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Agile Bibliography Wiki

| by Geoffrey Wiseman Follow 0 Followers on Sep 12, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |

George Dinwiddie announces the Agile Bibliography Wiki:

Do you have a hard time keeping track of those articles that you read and think "I could have used this when I was talking to ...?" Do you sometimes need an article to back up a point that you're making, but don't know where the data is? Well, I do. I've started lists a number of times, and keep misplacing them.

This time is different. When a discussion on one of the mailing lists got into studies demonstrating the effectiveness of Agile Software Development, I decided to start a list in a place that won't get lost.

The wiki already covers readings in these areas:

Some people have already noticed, but this is a project that will thrive only if it is actively cared for by a wide array of participants.

Accordingly, we'd like to ask you: what agile readings do you think are important to record, and what topics need fleshing out?

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Studies by Geoffrey Wiseman

I've typically found Agile studies and surveys to feel pretty biased in terms of the audience and the phrasing, as if they were designed to discover that users of agile methods believe that agile methods are effective (which, surprisingly, they often do!)

So I'd love to see a collection of evidence that doesn't feel as if it couldn't be dismissed on its base principles.

Re: Studies by merlyn albery-speyer

So I'd love to see a collection of evidence that doesn't feel as if it couldn't be dismissed on its base principles.


I noticed that the "Ist XP etwas für mich? Empirische Studien zur Einschätzung von XP" (2005) paper in the bibliography didn't think XP was ready for use in industry.

Re: Studies by John Rusk

My favourite study was performed before the agile movement began, which protects it fairly well from accusations of bias. I have blogged about it here.

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