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The Reports of Agile’s Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

The Reports of Agile’s Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

The Reports of Agile’s Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

Twain quip aside, the posts about how agile is dead are rather frequent, with their either salacious or juicy narratives depending on your own experiences.   Have their been failures?  Of course.  Dogma and religious zealotry stemming from a lack of understanding of the fundamental principles are the root of these.  With the frequent blind thrusts into agile

Author, Mike Hansen

Software Supply Chain Automation

  “Software supply chain automation will unleash the next level of application development and operational efficiency, driving extraordinary increases in innovation, productivity and cost savings while enabling far greater control of risk.” — Mike Hansen Sometimes intentionally and other times not, software development has borrowed much from the learnings of Toyota.  However, we still have

How We Do It

How We Do It: Defining Work From A Distance

by Jeffry Hesse, Michael Prescott and Chris Wilper User Stories have become fairly common in Agile Software Development, so much so that they are baked into most of the modern toolsets like JIRA, Rally, etc. Teams get together, create User Stories and collaborate in real time. Sonatype’s Nexus team is not unlike other Agile teams, however:

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