The Agile Manifesto

I just love the Agile Manifesto. It contains excellent principles for how we should be developing software regardless of what type of development process we are using.  Indeed, I believe that despite its name (agile) we can use its principles in a waterfall situation.  I’m not going to advocate specifically for waterfall, but there are some places that cannot use the more aggressive forms of agile that are so loudly advocated these days.  Waterfall, even with all its weaknesses, will still be a heavily used methodology for many years to come.

I am going to start a series of posts where I am going to discuss each individual principle of the Agile Manifesto.  I’m looking forward to digging into each more directly to see how they fit into my personal philosophies and career experiences and how I think they should be applied in the future.

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One Response to “The Agile Manifesto”

  1. Navin Says:

    I will be interested to read about discussion of the Agile Manifesto.

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