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Do you have any concern about agile metrics that are unlikely to work while developing an ecstatic software?



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A metrics that easily can be manipulated are referred to a typical agile metrics. In any agile program, it’s important to track both business metrics and agile metrics. Business metrics focus on whether the solution is meeting the market need, and agile metrics measure aspects of the development process in case of mobile entirely. Some developers gratify themselves by choosing the simplest one as software is the primary measure of progress in any device.
(https://svitla.com/blog/agile-metrics-to-measure-productivity-of-your-software-development-team)

Here I will depict some agile metrics that are unlikely to work while developing a software. Lines of Code or Hours Spent
which is actually the equivalent of Story Points Completed. The metric is completely useless, as it does not provide any context for interpretation or comparison.

Benchmarking is another agile metrics which is defined as comparing one’s business processes and performance metrics to industry bests and best practices from other companies in case of developing a software. When it comes to a team performance in software development, the processes vary from team to team, project to project, client to client.

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