Since the early days of software engineering, a number of methods, processes, and practices to design and develop software systems have been proposed and applied in industry, e.g., the Rational Unified Process, Agile Software Development, etc. However, since no silver bullet exists, organizations use rich combinations of agile and/or traditional methods and practices, rather than following a single process by the book. To investigate this reality, an international exploratory multistage research project named HELENA (Hybrid DEveLopmENt Approaches in software systems development) was initiated. Currently, the HELENA survey is conducted globally (second stage of HELENA project). This short paper presents and discusses the results of the survey in Danmark compared to the global results based on the data from August 15, 2017.
|Title of host publication||International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement - PROFES 2017 : HELENA – 2nd Workshop on Hybrid Software and System Development Approaches|
|Number of pages||427|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
|Series||Lecture Notes in Computer Science|