ITCrowd is dedicated to be up-to-date with the most efficient development methodologies used in the projects. Depending on project needs and client expectations, we use the following methodologies:
The agile methodologies are most widely used and recognized by many technology companies. Here at ITCrowd we use them greatly, especially for creating a more close interaction between the client and the development team and thus create self-organizing and cross-functional teams.
The most widely used methodologies at ITCrowd are Scrum and Kanaban out of the many other agile processes, and we also use Test-Driven, Feature-Driven and Model-Driven development.
For ensuring top notch quality and delivery on time, ITCrowd uses Test-Driven development.
The TDD methodology ensures quality by making shorter iterations of the development cycle, making sure the code is clean and in accordance with client’s needs. The continuous testing of the project guarantees error-free applications because the automated tests start from the beginning of the project in the earliest development phases.
The FDD uses iterations for phased software development having all the focus on the functionalities of the solution.
At ITCrowd, we implement FDD for projects where the functionalities are most important, making the process in perspective to the project’s features delivering quality software with each iteration.
This methodology is the concept of being able to make any kind of change to a model as well as to the code generated from that model. The model typically possesses the same abstraction level as the code. Manual changes to generated code should be avoided, because it is generally impossible to keep the model consistent automatically after a manual change of the generated code.
Work Breakdown Structure
We use the WBS in the project management process and in the system engineering process.
When a project is needed to be defined into smaller packages and hierarchical order, we use the WBS as a standard methodology that follows the natural flow of a project. This is a Waterfall methodology, mostly used for smaller projects.