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Going round and round and getting nowhere eXtremely fast?

Frank Martinig
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The Methods & Tools newsletter has just released in its archive section the article "Going round and round and getting nowhere eXtremely fast? Another look at incremental and iterative development". This article defines the different process available for software development projects and when and how to use them

http://www.methodsandtools.com/archive/archive.php?id=14


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Stan James
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Hmmm, I found too many bits to quibble with to even list.


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Scott Ambler
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Agreed. This article is less than accurate, and frankly was out of date when it was originally published let alone today.

My suggestion is that the person who wrote the article desperately needs to read Craig Larman's book "Agile and Iterative Development: A Manager's Guide"

- Scott


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