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sita raman
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can anybody give me the brief introduction about AGILE
Ulf Dittmer
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A good start for some research might be the Agile Manifesto.
Stan James
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One of the discussion groups has had a long discussion on how to define agile. They haven't solved it yet, but I thought this was a good contribution:

http://www.timhaughton.info/2007/07/three-colours-a.html


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Akhilesh Trivedi
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I dont know if these articles could help you.


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Also check out what the Agile Alliance article library has to offer.


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You can also look at the Agile section of the Software Development Articles Directory


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