Development hierarchy in IT

A development hierarchy is a representation of the interdependence of groups. It includes different stages of the process: from integration to code reviews, through quality assurance.

A development hierarchy is a representation of the interdependence of groups. It includes different stages of the process: from integration to code reviews, through quality assurance.

It encompasses a number of best practices, including various isolation levels, gatekeepers and checkpoints. In addition, it always goes from a valid known state to a known good state. It also provides the framework for the parts of the virtual parallel pipelines associated with the actual code. The fundamental building block of a development hierarchy is a branch.

Classification of work items
This classification is done by placing all planned items in a single list. The first item is the highest priority and the last item is the lowest priority.

This practice is also known as a backlog in the Scrum Agile methodology. It greatly simplifies project planning, keeps the team focused on its target market and helps to avoid dragging resources.

Estimating and anticipating tests
In Hyper Agile it is recommended to use the PERT method. In the testing phase, the recommendation is to write the script in the project planning. For Damon Poole, it makes no sense to develop a code without knowing what is expected of it.

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Quality quotient
Since there is no good way to determine the exact quality of a product, it is difficult to compare iterations from experience to determine when one is ready for release.

This quotient is a systematically calculated approximation of the quality of a specific iteration. Data compiled as part of calculating the quality quotient can also be used to guide future quality and process improvement efforts.

Meritocracy
Meritocracy allows developers to contribute outside their traditional areas. In this scenario, they build confidence in their abilities and allow themselves to gravitate naturally to the areas where they are most effective.

An efficient way to implement meritocracy is to allow developers to create “branches” where they can implement their ideas. If they are successful in implementing your idea and the result is accepted, it is a simple matter to incorporate the change into the development process.

As you have seen, the principles of the Hyper Agile methodology, such as adaptability and agility in solving problems, can be applied in order to improve management.


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