Synsets for "agile"

Synset: agile.s.01

Synonyms: agile

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: moving quickly and lightly

Examples: sleek and agile as a gymnast | as nimble as a deer | nimble fingers | quick of foot | the old dog was so spry it was halfway up the stairs before we could stop it

Lemmas: agile nimble quick spry

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Synset: agile.s.02

Synonyms: agile

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: mentally quick

Examples: an agile mind | nimble wits

Lemmas: agile nimble

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Agile Marketing Agile methods and tools developed for product-focused Agile are relevant to Agile Marketing, but important distinctions exist. Agile Marketing's complexity reflects the complexity of supporting marketing's deliverables, which:
Agile software development The term "agile" was first coined for this in 2001, in the "Manifesto for Agile Software Development ("Agile Manifesto")," and is usually written as "Agile" (with a capital "A").
Agile software development In 2011 the original Agile Alliance created the Guide to Agile Practices, an evolving open-source compendium of the working definitions of agile practices, terms, and elements, along with interpretations and experience guidelines from the worldwide community of agile practitioners.
Agile modeling Agile modeling is a supplement to other agile development methodologies such as Scrum, extreme programming (XP), and Rational Unified Process (RUP). It is explicitly included as part of the disciplined agile delivery (DAD) framework. As per 2011 stats, agile modeling accounted for 1% of all agile software development.
Agile Business Intelligence There are 12 Agile Principles (Manifesto) Agile Manifesto grouped as Process, People, and Other.
Agile software development The Agile Alliance has provided a comprehensive online guide to applying agile these and other practices.
Oriental Titan UAV Agile II UAV is an unmanned helicopter with conventional helicopter layout. The fuselage of Agile II is slimmer than that of Agile I, and the skids of Agile II is higher than that of Agile I, allowing Agile II to carry payload with greater height.
Agile Business Intelligence Bruni in her article 5 Steps To Agile BI outlines the five elements that promote an Agile BI enterprise environment.
Agile software development Under an agile business management model, agile techniques, practices, principles and values are expressed across five domains.
Agile Business Intelligence Organizations are slowly trying to move the entire organization processes to agile methodology and development. Agile BI will play a big part in company’s success as it "emphasizes integration with agile development and innovation".
Agile usability engineering Agile usability engineering is a method created from a combination of agile software development and usability engineering practices. Agile usability engineering attempts to apply the principles of rapid and iterative development to the field of user interface design.
Agile Unified Process Agile Unified Process (AUP) is a simplified version of the Rational Unified Process (RUP) developed by Scott Ambler. It describes a simple, easy to understand approach to developing business application software using agile techniques and concepts yet still remaining true to the RUP. The AUP applies agile techniques including test-driven development (TDD), agile modeling (AM), agile change management, and database refactoring to improve productivity.
Agile software development Agile methodologies can be inefficient in large organizations and certain types of developments. Many organizations believe that agile methodologies are too extreme and adopt a hybrid approach that mixes elements of agile and plan-driven approaches. Some methods, such as Dynamic systems development method (DSDM), have combined elements of agile and plan-driven approaches in a disciplined way, without sacrificing the fundamental principles that make agile work.
Agile software development Organizations and teams implementing agile development often face difficulties transitioning from more traditional methods such as waterfall development, such as teams having an agile process forced on them. These are often termed "agile anti-patterns" or more commonly "agile smells". Below are some common examples:
Scaled Agile Framework Scaled Agile Framework (or SAFe) is an Agile software development framework designed by Scaled Agile, Inc. It consists of a knowledge base of integrated patterns intended for enterprise-scale Lean-Agile development. Its proponents consider SAFe to be scalable and modular, allowing an organization to apply it in a way that suits its need.
Agile Business Intelligence Agile BI is a continual process and not a onetime implementation. Managers and leaders need accurate and quick information about the company and business intelligence provides the data they need. Agile BI enables rapid development using the agile methodology. Agile techniques are a great way to promote development of BI applications, such as dashboards, scorecards, reports and analytic applications.
Mike Cohn Cohn is the author of "Agile Estimating and Planning", "User Stories Applied for Agile Software Development" and "Succeeding with Agile: Software Development using Scrum", as well as books on Java and C++ programming and articles for "Better Software, IEEE Computer, Software Test and Quality Engineering, Agile Times, Cutter IT Journal", and the "C++ Users' Journal". He is also the editor of the Addison-Wesley Mike Cohn Signature Series of books. Cohn was a Keynote Speaker on ADAPTing to Agile for Continued Success at the Agile 2010 Presented by the Agile Alliance. In 2012, Cohn was named #1 in The Top 20 Most Influential Agile People.
ThoughtWorks ThoughtWorks has long been a vocal advocate of Agile and Lean principles and practices, speaking often on the topic at conferences and creating Agile self-assessment tests. Part of ThoughtWorks' client services includes helping large enterprises like GE move to Agile. The company employs well-known signatories of the Agile manifesto--Martin Fowler and Jim Highsmith—and uses Agile in client projects. Rebecca Parsons, CTO of the company, has served as the Director of the Agile Alliance.
Agile Architecture Several attempts have been made to specify what makes up an agile approach to architecture. According to the SAFe framework, the principles of agile architecture are: