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van Breemen, Jorden (author)
Agile software development has interested researchers for the last decade. Agile software development teams develop iteration sessions that often last weeks. During development, teams work on technical code and its content. Intuitively, more effort is required to implement new features in poorly constructed code with low quality. This study...
master thesis 2017
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Kuijer, G.H. (author)
This report is written as part of the graduation of master of science in computer science, information architecture, at the Delft university of technology, the Netherlands. I started this research when an opportunity presented itself for a case study in Mauritius. It was not the trip abroad what interested me but the case to lift a team to a...
master thesis 2016
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Mulders, S.P. (author)
The development of sustainable energy production methods is an important aspect in lowering the emission of greenhouse gases and exhaustion of fossil fuels. Wind energy is recognized globally as one of the most promising sustainable forms of electricity generation, but the cost of offshore wind energy does not meet the level of fossil-based...
master thesis 2015
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Reza, A.Y. (author)
In this thesis we report on our investigation of requirements engineering (RE) practices and challenges in global software engineering (GSE) settings. We conducted a literature survey and a series of interviews/surveys to reach our goal. The subject of the research is the banking industry in the Netherlands actively involved in GSE. More...
master thesis 2015
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Dev Sharma, R. (author)
Wind is arguably the most promising source of sustainable energy. However, it is still considered to be an expensive option compared to fossil fuels. Recent developments have achieved significant cost reductions and increased the reliability on wind energy. The main reason for this has been the application of innovative and effective control...
master thesis 2013
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García García, J.M. (author)
Large and complex projects, such as infrastructure, often require the collaboration of multiple parties and disciplines, where an structured interdisciplinary methodology is necessary: Systems Engineering. This field traditionally relied on a document based approach, but is currently transitioning to a model based variant, with the Systems...
master thesis 2013
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Verheij, X.R. (author)
The combination between agile software engineering and distributed engineering is gaining a growing interest. Combining these however creates an interesting paradox. Where agile clearly states that documentation is not the most important thing, from the field of globally distributed engineering a higher focus on documentation is observed. In...
master thesis 2012
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Reijerse, M.A. (author)
In 2009 TomTom developed a model, called the MFM-model, which should reflect the maturity, feasibility and progression of a Personal Navigation Device software integration project. However, this model did not reflect all required aspects of the integration project and therefore was unable to correctly reflect the maturity, feasibility or...
master thesis 2010
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Visser, C.K. (author)
The graduation project is run as an internship at software company Exact. The company wants to reduce the time to market for their products. To achieve this objective, Exact wants to adopt agile development and is aiming towards the implementation of a development process that is both globally distributed and Scrum-like. The project’s goal in...
master thesis 2010
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Valkema, M. (author)
Due to a competitive business environment and demanding customers, many companies turn to globally distributed software development and agile methodologies. Globally distributed software engineering can bring great advantages in reducing costs, reducing time to market, and give access to a larger pool of skilled resources. Agile methodologies...
master thesis 2009
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Dullemond, K. (author), Van Gameren, B.J.A. (author)
Because of the distance between the dispersed development locations, Global Software Development (GSD) is confronted with challenges regarding communication, coordination and control of the development work. At the same time, agile software development is strongly built upon communication between engineers and has proven its benefits, although,...
master thesis 2009
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Van Buul, P. (author)
SAFe is a framework that applies both agile and lean practices for developing software. The current trend is that increasingly more organizations develop their software in a globally distributed setting. Although SAFe is being deployed in such a setting, SAFe was not originally developed for such a setting but for a co-located setting. Therefore...
master thesis
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