So, Agile is what?

So, Agile is what?

My stand point about agile.

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Yasunobu Kawaguchi

March 28, 2013
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    7 reasons why Agile is bullshit http:/ /arclamp.hatenablog.com/entry/2013/03/21/233012 By Yusuke

    Suzuki “arclamp” Caution: This translation may not be precise enough.
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    7 reasons why Agile is bullshit 1. People may avoid

    commitments regarding schedule. 2. Emergent design will produce architectural wastes. 3. Coaches do not produce any outputs. 4. Fixed team for embracing changes, is not good. 5. It’s just an explanation, stands on Positivism. 6. It’s not goal; just tools. People confound means with the end. 7. Agile is not the one-and-only-one source of Agility. Caution: This translation may not be precise enough.
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    Agile does not mean.. “Good software developing company using cutting

    edge techs and having energized employees. ”
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    Agile does not mean.. “Good software developing company using cutting

    edge techs and having energized employees. ” Them
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    Stereotype Stereotypes can help make sense of the world. They

    are a form of categorization which helps to simplify and systematize information so the information is easier to be identified, recalled, predicted, and reacted to. Stereotypes are categories of objects or people. Between stereotypes, objects or people are as different to each other as possible. Within stereotypes, objects or people are as similar to each other as possible. http:/ /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype#Cognitive_functions
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    Stereotype Stereotypes can help make sense of the world. They

    are a form of categorization which helps to simplify and systematize information so the information is easier to be identified, recalled, predicted, and reacted to. Stereotypes are categories of objects or people. Between stereotypes, objects or people are as different to each other as possible. Within stereotypes, objects or people are as similar to each other as possible. http:/ /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype#Cognitive_functions
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    Stereotype Stereotypes can help make sense of the world. They

    are a form of categorization which helps to simplify and systematize information so the information is easier to be identified, recalled, predicted, and reacted to. Stereotypes are categories of objects or people. Between stereotypes, objects or people are as different to each other as possible. Within stereotypes, objects or people are as similar to each other as possible. http:/ /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype#Cognitive_functions
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    Stereotype Stereotypes can help make sense of the world. They

    are a form of categorization which helps to simplify and systematize information so the information is easier to be identified, recalled, predicted, and reacted to. Stereotypes are categories of objects or people. Between stereotypes, objects or people are as different to each other as possible. Within stereotypes, objects or people are as similar to each other as possible. http:/ /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype#Cognitive_functions
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    Stereotype Stereotypes can help make sense of the world. They

    are a form of categorization which helps to simplify and systematize information so the information is easier to be identified, recalled, predicted, and reacted to. Stereotypes are categories of objects or people. Between stereotypes, objects or people are as different to each other as possible. Within stereotypes, objects or people are as similar to each other as possible. http:/ /en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype#Cognitive_functions
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    Toyota Production System Lean Lean Software Development Kanban Lean Startup

    Agile Scrum XP The New New Product Development Game Four steps to the epiphany Agile and Lean Startup Patterns Manufacturing Industry in Japan 2013 Yasunobu Kawaguchi
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    Agile is not a single way Requirements, Design, UX and

    Business Team Management ATDD, System Testing TDD, CI Code Sharing Delivery, Metrics
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