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Agile Content for the Summer 2005 issue of Methods & Tools

 
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Summer 2005 issue's content:
* Agile Development with ICONIX Process by Doug Rosenberg, Matt Stephens and Mark Collins-Cope
This book's excerpt provides an introduction to a process mixing the Use Case approach and Test-Driven Development.
* Using Customer Tests to Drive Development by Lisa Crispin
This article reports a concrete experience of incorporating customer input in a Test-Driven Development approach
* The Enterprise Implementation Framework (EIF): Beyond the IDEAL Model by Sinan Si Alhir,
This article introduces the CMM's IDEAL model and EIF, a broader framework for software process improvement wherein IDEAL model activities are balanced with the human perspective.

More than 30 pages of software development knowledge.

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