Agile Software Development during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Technology Company Survey

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2022-01-04
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Schmidt, Peter
Gutfreund, Keith
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A common baseline is that Agile-based software development is conducted by co-located teams working in well-equipped office workspaces. The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have cast new light on those assumptions. Suddenly, developers were no longer co-located with their teams and their well-equipped workspaces were vacant. How did the lockdowns, and the speed in which they were implemented, affect developers and development efforts? Did the lockdowns lead to diminished product quality? How was employee productivity impacted? A survey questionnaire was created to answer these questions.
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Technological, Educational, and Organizational Impacts of Pandemics, agile, pandemic, remote working
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