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Agile Linkage!

Few very good posts in the web, once again :-) Focus on the intent of Agile Are we Agile Yet? I have noticed that when speaking about Agile people very often talk about the process or its implementation. People should instead focus on the principles behind Agile Agile Principles I just love these guys at

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Booklinkfest!

Here are some very good books on software craftsmanship, I can recommend everyone of them! Clean Code (Robert C. Martin) Working Effectively with Legacy Code (Michael Feathers) Agile Java (Jeff Langr) Test-Driven Development: By Example (Kent Beck) Test Driven: Practical TDD and Acceptance TDD for Java Developers (Lasse Koskela) Excellent books on how to write

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Agile Linkage!

Here we go again! Collaboration is fundamental, definitely keeping this exercise in mind. Simple exercise to demonstrate the value of collaboration How to effectively prioritize stories: The billboard over moscow What’s keeping you from refactoring? Refactoring Inhibitors There. Good stuff! Are you agile?

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Agile Linkage

Just one link, but what a link it is! http://www.stevenlist.com/blog/tag/facilitation/ Steven’s facilitation patterns and anti-patterns are fantastic! And very useful. Get to know common behavioral patterns and how to approach the. Are you agile?

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Agile Coaching

Lot’s of people seem to have read Agile Coaching by Rachel Davies and Liz Sedley and I know why. It is an excellent book. Simply, it gives an awful lot of good practical tips and practices how to be an effective coach. I won’t go into details about the book, but its contents are of

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Agile linkage – again

Almost every blogger I follow frequently post links into their blogs, so I decided to do that too :-) Good stuff needs to be promoted, so here you go: How to avoid some common pitfalls in agile transformation A good article on Agile Journal about the most common pitfalls found within agile transformation. Agile Finland

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