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Kenneth Grant's article, "Agile Is Cheaper, right?", in which he looks at whether or not being agile is really cheap for an organization, has been our top story of the week. Here's what some of you had to say:
— Acoyvis (@Acoyvis) July 1, 2013
Planning stress: when requirements are specified early in the lifecycle, 80 percent of the functionality is unwanted http://t.co/1dc8ygttXq
— Tim Ottinger (@tottinge) July 9, 2013
"Iterate more" means "do smaller things, more often.' -- this is hard for most people some of the time. I need occasional reminders too.
— Tim Ottinger (@tottinge) July 12, 2013
— Feike Visser (@heervisscher) July 12, 2013
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VersionOne breaks down the "Agile Methods of Work" in an effort to move away from talking about software development as an Engineering discipline but rather a craft. And this-