Agile Software Development.

Agile processes promote sustainable & Continuous development.

Our Process

Agile Software development

We keep you informed at every stage through Agile software development methodologies. Full Stack Energy teams deliver value to customers, fast releasing updates early and iterating on the customer feedback in loops. We continuously evaluate at the stage of the product release cycle. Agile processes promote sustainable development and continuous attention to technical excellence. We believe in flexibility and that agile and waterfall are not mutually exclusive. Agile is a component of a more extensive product development process.

Agile software enables the team to deliver focused iterations of business value whilst the business reviews the feedback and evolving landscape. Agile encourages collaboration and efficiency. A product owner prioritises the work to be delivered in scrums. The multidisiplinary team organise themselves around the tasks and stories to be completed in a sprint. The sprint iteration is agreed upon by the team (e.g two weeks) and a release and review of the sprint is carried out at the end of the sprint. Agile tends to be light lightweight and does “Just enough“ planning to deliver the theme of the sprint.

The FOur key values

Software development Life Cycle
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools

  • Deliver working software over comprehensive documentation

  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation

  • Responding to change over following a plan

Stages of Agile:
An Iteration Workflow

Software development Life Cycle
Agile SDLC

Plan Stage

Before the first iteration/sprint commences, ensure you have all the requirements. Define the project’s theme/objective. The project will clearly focus on what to achieve and limit scope creep.

Successive sprints will be defined by the requirements listed in the product backlog. Product backlogs are lists made from the feedback stage of the previous sprints.

Design Stage

The software development team will layout the project roadmap during the initial design process. The team discussion should include planning out the best approach, best framework, and the best tools to achieve the best results. It is beneficial to use diagrams and product mock-ups during this stage.

Develop/Test Stage

Once the team has determined the course of action in the design stage, they can proceed to the development and testing phase. For optimal results, they will also conduct QA testing. Best practice requires proper documentation for future reference.

Deployment Stage

After design, development and QA testing, it is time to release the sprint iteration.

Review Stage

After the integration of the new versions, users and stakeholders provide feedback. All feedback should be reviewed in the next iteration. Thus, starting another iteration workflow cycle.

The 12 Principles of Agile

The Agile Manifesto also outlined 12 core principles for the development process.
  • Satisfy customers through early and continuous delivery of valuable work.

  • Break big work down into smaller tasks that can be completed quickly.

  • Recognize that the best work emerges from self-organized teams.

  • Provide motivated individuals with the environment and support they need and trust them to get the job done.

  • Create processes that promote sustainable efforts.

  • Maintain a constant pace for completed work.

  • Welcome changing requirements, even late in a project.

  • Assemble the project team and business owners on a daily basis throughout the project.

  • Have the team reflect at regular intervals on how to become more effective, then tune and adjust behavior accordingly.

  • Measure progress by the amount of completed work.

  • Continually seek excellence.

  • Harness change for a competitive advantage.


Alex Telford

The unique combination of quality engineering and vast energy expertise sets Full Stack Energy apart. Their dedication and flexibility helped drive our 10-year+ business relationship and helped our customers save $1.5 billion in energy costs.

The Full Stack Energy team continue to be core to the design and the re-architecture of our flagship Direct Install platform. During our relationship, Lime Energy also worked with Full Stack Energy to carve out and manage key IP blocks, including the acquisition of a key patent in 2020.


What we do

Full Stack Energy eats, breathes & sleeps energy.

Team Augmentation

We are here to enhance your team through project or contract work. You can benefit from the expertise and experience of our highly specialised development engineers without the cost or hassle of recruitment.

Agile Software Development

We keep you informed at every stage through Agile software development methodologies. Full Stack Energy teams deliver value to customers, quickly releasing updates early and iterating on the customer feedback in loops.

Product Development

Full Stack Energy has a long history in the specialised design and development of energy management products. Our deep domain-driven experience is as rich as our technical knowledge. 


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