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  • A Personal Reflection on Agile Ten Years On

    by Stephen J. Mellor on  Feb 11, 2011 6

    Stephen J Mellor was one of the original signatories of the Agile Manifesto. He attended the Snowbird meeting “as a spy” with but found himself agreeing with most of what was being said and became a proponent of Agile techniques and emphasizes the value of modelling in the Agile world. We rarely see the words “agile” and “model” in the same sentence, but they are not at all in conflict.

  • "Flirting" With Your Customers

    by Jenni (Dow) Jepsen on  Nov 20, 2009 13

    All over the world, there are classes that teach people how to flirt. A German university even requires their IT engineers take a flirting class—not to attract a partner, but to learn how to interact more effectively in the workplace. Flirting means connecting with others, and connecting is the key to good communication. That is what the first principal of the Agile Manifesto is all about.

  • Book Excerpt: Agile Software Development, 2nd ed.

    by Alistair Cockburn on  Oct 30, 2006 1

    In this updated classic on Agile software development, Alistair Cockburn adds reflections from five more years of practice and research. InfoQ brings you Chapter 1, in which he compares software development with another team-cooperative game - rock climbing - and two common comparison partners, engineering and model building, in order to explore alternate ways of thinking about the work we do.

Do Agile Practices Make it an Agile Project?

Posted by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Oct 17, 2006

InfoQ editor Deborah Hartmann challenges agile practitioners to consider: are our practices still aligned with the Agile Manifesto? 15

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