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Agile RTP (ARTp) Message Board › CMMI or Agile?

CMMI or Agile?

A former member
Post #: 26
Hi there. In my shop, there is a debate on either using CMMI or Agile as the software development process. This debate stems from the process template required for use in the Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010, and this is a very big decision since all projects and applications are going to be organized in Areas within a TFS process template. Anyhow, two distinct camps were forming, one for Agile and another for CMMI.

A report called CMMI or Agile: Why Not Embrace Both! from Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute does a good job covering both process methods. It addressed a lot of the background information in comparing both practices, if you will.

So, have you had such discussions/debates in your orgnization? If so, what were the results?

Thanks in advanced.

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