Re: Agile Project Management

Patricia Shanahan <>
Fri, 10 Feb 2012 15:40:12 -0800
On 2/10/2012 2:28 PM, Robert Klemme wrote:

On 10.02.2012 17:26, simplicity wrote:

On Feb 8, 11:51 pm, Iqra Educational Portal
<> wrote:

Agile software development is an iterative, incremental approach to
developing and releasing software. A range of agile methodologies have
emerged and they are based frequent releases, ongoing testing,
customer and stakeholder participation throughout the development
process, co-ownership of code and pair-programming.
iQRA?s Agile Exam will test your knowledge about Agile Development
including XP, and SCRUM techniques in the light of Agile Manifesto

Agile is garbage. Code before thinking.

All at the expense of quality but creates lots of "overhead" positions
for largely worthless project managers of all kinds.

Agile method bashing is as stupid as mindlessly following the next
development methodology fashion. There are situations where one approach
works better than another and vice versa. By completely dismissing one
you reduce your options and your opportunities to grow.

Yes, I should add to my list of things that happen for each software
process cycle "Some people totally reject the new methodology." and, as
a result, miss out on adding ideas from the new methodology to their
software development toolkit.


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