Chapter 15. A Typical Day of Construction

Agile Principle #9: Simplicity—the art of maximizing the amount of work not done—is essential.

The heart of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is the Construction phase, and in turn the heart of the phase is an individual construction day. The team collaborates every day to deliver the work items they’ve committed to. DAD brings together a set of common agile practices that enables you to implement your work items in an agile manner. This chapter provides an overview of agile practices for development, modeling, documentation, build, and governance. We describe the advantages of each approach, as well as our guidance for applying these practices effectively.

Figure 15.1 shows a typical timeline for a Construction ...

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