Tag Archives: agile

Challenges in Mobile Development


As I’ve been working in the mobile field quite a bit lately I’ve identified some “pain points” related to mobile development. Since I’ve been involved in software development since it predated Mobile and even the Web, I’m surprised at how … Continue reading

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My most Relevant posts on Agile organized for your Tight Timeline


Note: This is a sticky post and not necessarily the most recent. Scroll down for the most recent postings.. However if you are new to this blog you should definitely read this post! Since blogs in general and this one … Continue reading

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#NoEstimates and all that


Lately there has been a fracas brewing about the “No Estimates” movement. I have some meta commentary before diving into the subject at hand. First of all, like “agile vs waterfall” itself, or the agile word itself, “no estimates” tries … Continue reading

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Hating on Agile goes Mainstream


It had to happen sooner or later — as much as the Agilistas want to paint a picture of fuzzie bunnies, and shiny happy developers, now that more companies have considerable experience with agile and scrum, they are more than … Continue reading

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The Incredible Logic of Agile


Webster defines incredible as: too extraordinary and improbable to be believed. Most of the incredible successes of agile, are in fact, incredible. I’ll be blogging about how some of these successes were actually colossal failures. But what is equally incredible … Continue reading

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Get your Agile Laundry


Recently an agile blogger had tweeted that the most mundane tasks can seem cool, if you preface it with the word agile. Eg, “Agile Laundry”, “Agile Chores”, etc… I had responded with, well, maybe you’ll finally realize that agile has … Continue reading

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The Difference between “Agile” and “Lean”


The difference between agile and lean is simple to understand, but most people feel they are somehow equivalent. They are not. Lean — is designed to reduce waste and improve operational efficiency, especially related to repetitive tasks as often in … Continue reading

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