AGILE Software Development Using Scrum Methodology
Debaswapna Mishra1, Narendra.Kumar Kamila2

1Debaswapna Mishra, OUAT Bhubaneswar (Odisha), India.
2Narendra.Kumar Kamila, CVRCE, Bhubaneswar (Odisha), India.
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Abstract: This paper examines software developers with an understanding of the SCRUM development practices and methods in the increasingly complex and customer demanding faster time to market scenarios. Scrum has risen from being a method used by a number of enthusiasts at the Easel Corporation in 1993, to one of the world’s most popular and well-known frameworks for development of software. The continued expansion of the global rollout of Scrum is testimony to the fact that Scrum delivers on its promise. While it is often said that Scrum is not a silver bullet, Scrum can be like a heat-seeking missile when pointed in the right direction. It’s inspect and adapt approach to continuous quality improvement can do serious damage to outmoded business practices. By focusing on building communities of stakeholders, encouraging a better life for developers, and delivering extreme business value to customers Scrum can release creativity and team spirit in practitioners and make the world a better place to live and work. Scrum has emerged from a rough structure for iterative, incremental development to a refined, well-structured, straightforward framework for complex product development. We see from a deep research that it leads folks to adjust, test, and adjust it again until it is solid. This framework is fully defined in last decade and is of immense value to organizational success. This study is aimed at bringing a through and detailed understanding of SCRUM, its advantages over other development methodologies and the execution from a practitioner’s standpoint. The study is presented in two main stages. The first stage describes the evolution of software development techniques and how they have been applied throughout the software development lifecycle, progressing up to Agile Software Development practices and SCRUM based Development. The second stage of the study presents a detailed set of tools, artifacts and practices used in real world scenarios.
Keywords: Agile, Scrum, Product Development.

Scope of the Article: Software Engineering Methodologies