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Agile Scrum Master

In waterfall methodology, the business stakeholders are not actively involved throughout the software development process, almost as if they're lost in space. They have to wait for months before they see any results or even know if the software development droids are creating the features and functionality that the users want. Agile development takes that ambiguity away and provides clarity, active participation of key stakeholders, and most importantly all stakeholders are able to see the results every two weeks.

PawnMaster uses Agile development methodologies to increase speed to market for all of our new features and software developments. It has increased transparency and communication across all levels of our business while pushing out faster builds for our customers.

Writing Code is the Easy Part

When I sit down to write a blog about Development, I try to think of something that isn’t going to make people cringe.  Let’s face it, the idea of reading a few paragraphs describing Agile Theory and Program Code workflows isn’t something that have most people on the edge of their seats. However, what I have found is that the process in which we decide on what gets put into these workflows is a better use of your reading time. 

Why is Agile Methodology Important in Software Development?

Over the years Data Age has always been known as the technology leader in the pawn industry.  We invest a lot of time and resources to ensure every aspect of our clients’ business technologies are in place, updated, compliant, evolving and well-supported. We don’t rush our products to market to be able to capitalize on buzz words because this can be very costly to the end user and our first priority is putting our customers in a position for success. Having the right people and right processes ensures our company stability, and in turn, it ensures our clients’ investments are stable and profitable.

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