A Systematic literature Review- “Effects of Hybrid-Agile approaches and methods on the quality of software.”
ABSTRACT Software developers have a reputation of embracing new advancements and practices based on their novelties or empirical indications of their potential. We are conducting an SLR, this paper describes the findings of SLR aimed at determining what combinations of agile practices, and methodologies are utilized in hybrid approaches, as well as how the usage of hybrid and agile approaches affects quality of software. In the last 5 years there are more than 3800 original scientific published were considered in the review, from which 14 papers are yielded on the topic. There are six distinct agile methodologies that have been observed effecting the quality of software, as well as Twenty-one agile practices that have an effect on twenty-five different quality attributes of software.
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