Mustafizur Rahman

Work place: Department Of Computer Science, American International University-Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh



Research Interests: Software Construction, Computer systems and computational processes, Computer Architecture and Organization, Data Structures and Algorithms


Mustafizur Rahman is born in Bangladesh on 13th June 1997. He did his BSc in Computer Science and Software Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh in 2022. His research focus is on Software Quality and Testing. His future target is to become a Software Test Engineer.

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Applying Scrum Development on Safety Critical Systems

By Mustafizur Rahman Shusmita Islam Rubiyet Fardous Lamisa Yesmin Dip Nandi

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2022

Scaled agile approaches are increasingly being used by automotive businesses to cope with the complexity of their organizations and products. The development of automotive systems necessitates the use of safe procedures. SafeScrum® is a real example of how agile approaches may be used in the creation of high-reliability systems on a small scale. A framework like SAFe or LeSS does not facilitate the creation of safety-critical systems in large-scale contexts from the start. User stories are a wonderful approach to convey flexible demands, the lifecycle is iterative, and testing is the initial stage in the development process. Scrum plus extra XP approaches may be used to build high-reliability software and certification by the IEC 61508 standard is required for the software. This adds a slew of new needs to the workflow. Scrum's quality assurance measures proved to be inadequate in a recent industry situation. Our study's overarching goal is to provide light on the Scrum development process so that it may be improved for use with life-or-death systems. Our study of the business world was a mixed-methods affair. The findings demonstrated that although Scrum is helpful in ensuring the security of each release, it is less nimble in other respects. The difficulties of prioritization, communication, time constraints, and preparing for and accepting new safety standards were all discussed. In addition, we have had some helpful feedback from the business world, but the generality issue arising from this particular setting has yet to be addressed.

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