“OnTime” and the Agile Manifesto, my experience

 Tenant #7:

 Working software is the primary measure of progress.  Agile processes promote sustainable development. The sponsors, developers, and users should be able
to maintain a constant pace indefinitely.

OnTime 2010:

This tool makes it very easy to work at a measure pace and has built-in flexibilities that allow the user to adjust the pace of the project as needed.  Using the tool has enabled me to constantly monitor the progress of my team.  The tool has no obvious way to measure the velocity of individual team members but that is probably something for a future release.

Tenant #8:

 Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility.

OnTime 2010:

I believe this tenant is gear towards the design phase of the project.  OnTime does offer some help here by providing the user the ability to add attachments. Attachments can be added using drag-and-drop or by browsing for a file name.  The tool provides the option to save the file’s path or store the entire file in the database (recommended).  During the design phase, you want to attach your design documents to the associated feature right in the tool.      

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3 Responses to “OnTime” and the Agile Manifesto, my experience

  1. Allison says:

    Agile Antipattern: Changing the Definition of Done Bob Hartman discusses how the prrssuee to meet deadlines is simply deficit spending on your project with a bill that will get paid off sooner than you think.

  2. Amir says:

    Agile Antipattern: Changing the Definition of Done Bob Hartman discusses how the prseruse to meet deadlines is simply deficit spending on your project with a bill that will get paid off sooner than you think.

  3. Michelle says:

    The agility you refer to here is the prpcinile reason I work for myself and not a large corporation. I can’t stand red tape and time wasting.

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