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Negative effects of agile methods application on information system developers

Last post 08:21 am December 20, 2017 by Hans Zer
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08:21 am December 20, 2017

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thank you very much for showing your interest in this topic. We are researchers from the department of Information Systems & Electronic Services at the University of Technology Darmstadt, Germany. Our intention is to investigate the use of agile methodological practices commonly used by software developers and especially the negative impact of agile method's application on them.

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