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software development through collaboration of waterfall and agile methods

It's impossible. All agile methodologies should be iterative. Otherwise, they will not correspond to the first and third principles of the manifesto: Our highest priority is to satisfy the ...
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How can we keep track of changes to translations within our project?

Start with Source Control Recommending specific tools is off-topic here, but from a software project management standpoint (and even from an engineering point of view) the correct answer is likely to ...
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Distribution of resources in a team with multiple projects

I’d like some advice on whether it is feasible (and recommended) to have 4 engineers contributing on several different projects at the same time Whether it's feasible/recommended will depend highly ...
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software development through collaboration of waterfall and agile methods

There is a term for such a thing, Wagile: Wagile software development is a group of software development methodologies that result from slipping from agile back into waterfall, doing a lot of ...
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software development through collaboration of waterfall and agile methods

Sergey Kudryavtsev is correct, it's not possible. The fundamental principal behind waterfall is that the Product Management work is done upfront: the marketplace is researched, the concept is ...
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Can scrum teams using JIRA work alongside a PMO using a tool called Workfront?

The only real advice I can give is to back up your position with both facts and rhetoric. The facts part is simple. Just make sure you document everything - all those comments you've found? Copy them ...
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software development through collaboration of waterfall and agile methods

Waterfall is based on the premise that catching errors early - before much is invested - is cheaper than catching errors late. Thus you plan more upfront to avoid surprises later. Agile is based on ...
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