ANÁLISIS DE LAS METODOLOGÍAS ÁGILES APLICADAS EN INGENIERÍA DEL SOFTWARE EN EL MARCO DE LAS ÁREAS DE CONOCIMIENTO DEL PMBOK
García Rodríguez, Manuel J.
Rodríguez Montequín, Vicente
Villanueva Balsera, Joaquín Manuel
Concepción Suárez, Ramiro
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Software projects have a number of peculiarities that make them different from other projects. The most important ones are that they are labour intensive, the environment evolves rapidly and in many cases there is a poor definition of scope. Consequently, the methodologies to manage these projects will have to address these issues in order to get the project developed satisfactorily. In recent years, new trends have appeared in the management of software projects, most of them of "agile" type, as alternative of "traditional" or predictive methodologies. This paper compare and analyses the characteristics of the most used agile methodologies with traditional methodologies in the context of software engineering, using the knowledge areas of the PMBOK as a framework for the comparison. PRINCE2 and METRICAv3 are considered among the traditional methodologies, and PRINCE2 AGILE, SCRUM and Featured Driven Development (FDD) are considered among the agile methodologies. Results shows, among other things, that are important gaps not covered by any methodology.
- CIDIP 2017 (Cádiz)