Evolutionary Delivery (also known as "Evo") is a development methodology proposed by Tom Gilb in the 1980s. It is characterized by early and frequent delivery, honest scheduling and continuous reassessment of user requirements.
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A WikiWiki discussion on the definition of Evo, as well as on its relation to Extreme Programming and other agile methods.
N R Malotaux
A collection of advice on turning the Evo principles into practice, including a downloadable booklet in PDF format.
Tom Gilb and Kai Gilb
The Evo guru's writings on project planning, requirements engineering, and software inspections.
Quantified Objectives: A Fundamental Advance in Managing Software Development Projects
Article describes Evolutionary Project Management, a process delivering evolutionary 'high-value-first' progress toward desired goals. (September 01, 2003)
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