Our approach focused on keeping the code simple, testing often, and delivering functional pieces of the application as soon as they were ready. Within each two-week sprint period, Technatomy completed a full software development cycle including analysis, design, coding, testing, and deployment. We continuously implemented small, functional business-approved components in each sprint as the project progressed and released a working product to the EDIS users for their testing and acceptance. Our approach made sure every piece of code was adequately and logically implemented and tested before moving forward to the next functional enhancement.
Leveraging the ASDLC enabled development of solutions to meet customer requirements through collaborating, self-organizing, cross-functional teams that produced smaller, prioritized software releases over shorter timeframes. Our processes focused on transforming business, functional, and non-functional requirements into clear and measurable work items. Our approach enabled us to improve quality as we worked, address evolving requirements, and enhance our ability to evaluate and refine our work processes to achieve increased productivity. Our VA stakeholders recognized their participation in our Scrums, Sprint planning and review meetings provided them a continual opportunity to see progress and provide input, ensuring meaningful solutions to meet their needs. These Agile ceremonies along with incorporating Agile artifacts and information radiators, such as sprint tracking log, sprint planning log, sprint burn-down chart, sprint review document, sprint backlog, and product backlogs enable clear transparency and traceability across the project.