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  • Agile at 10 – A State of Contradiction

    by Mike Beedle on  May 03, 2011 3

    Mike Beedle states that agile is in a state of contradiction, the agile of 10 years ago is now passé and we run the disk of diluting the real meaning of being agile through lip service implementations without focusing on quality. He echoes the call in the 10 Year Reunion meeting for a concerted focus on quality, and asks what an Agile Manifesto 2.0 should contain.

  • The Art of Creating Whole Teams: how agile has changed the way we work with our customers

    by Angela Martin on  Mar 15, 2011 2

    Angela Martin earned her PhD examining how agile methods work in practice and what is different about this way of working. She shares some of the key practices which organisations can implement to increase their likelihood of successful cultural change through creating Whole Teams - truly cross functional collaborative teams working well together to deliver products which meet customer's needs

  • The Accidental Agilist: A Personal Look Back at 10 Years of the Agile Manifesto

    by Johanna Rothman on  Mar 03, 2011

    Johanna Rothman reflects on her journey to pragmatic agility. She discusses the way in which agile practices work together to improve project outcomes, and how this is not restricted to software development. She challenges teams to embrace the transparency that agile brings and stop talking about becoming agile and start doing it properly.

Reflections on the 10 Years Since the Agile Manifesto

Posted by Mike Cohn on  Feb 23, 2011

Mike Cohn reflects on a decade of Agility and looks forward to the day when we no longer see being agile as something special, rather agile is just the way software development is done. 2

Agile 10 Years On

Posted by James Coplien on  Feb 18, 2011

James Coplien looks at the Agile Manifesto as a checkpoint in the cycle of fashion and change, and a tool that became an instrument of broad mainstream acceptance of prevailing technical practices. 4

A Personal Reflection on Agile Ten Years On

Posted by Stephen J. Mellor on  Feb 11, 2011

Stephen J Mellor is one of the original signatories of the Manifesto. His focus is on the use of models in software development works to overcome the perceived conflict between Agile and modelling. 6

Submissions and Reviews in the Agile2011

Posted by Chris Matts on  Feb 01, 2011

Chris Matts who has been part of the Agile Conference submission review team gives advice to submitters of Agile 2011 candidate sessions on how improve their changes of acceptance. 1

A Tester's Learning Journey

Posted by Lisa Crispin on  Jun 24, 2010

More development teams are putting testing front and center, and using TDD. Lisa Crispin covers how attitude and curiosity have shaped her career and kept her passion for testing software fresh. 3

Bringing in Social Content to Custom Applications with Apache Shindig

Posted by Boris Lublinsky on  Oct 09, 2009

This article covers Apache Shindig, an OpenSocial implementation which can be used to alleviate issues with implementing OpenSocial gadgets like proprietary APIs and different OpenSocial versions.

Building Scalability and Achieving Performance: A Virtual Panel

Posted by James Cox on  Jul 22, 2008

Our panel of leading experts explores some of the challenges and thought processes that go into making their apps as scalable and performant as possible. 1

AgileAdvert Video Winners Announced

Posted by Deborah Hartmann Preuss on  Aug 20, 2007

"So you want to be a famous Agilist?" The 2007 AgileAdvert contest winner was announced at Agile2007 last week: it is "Matthew", sadly a victim of "Developer Abuse". See all the winners here!

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