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Posted by Hans-J├╝rgen Jacobs at 16:03 on Wednesday 23 May    Add 'Alistair Cockburn Q&A: Are you really doing agile?' site to delicious  Add 'Alistair Cockburn Q&A: Are you really doing agile?' site to technorati  Add 'Alistair Cockburn Q&A: Are you really doing agile?' site to digg  Add 'Alistair Cockburn Q&A: Are you really doing agile?' site to dzone

Alistair Cockburn, the "Manifesto for Agile Software Development" signatory talks about the agile landscape, what has changed and where his methodology, Crystal, fits in. In particular, he talks about how the term agile has become overused and has begun to lose meaning. People say they’re using agile techniques, but they’re actually doing "hacking and slashing" — what he calls “lost in the woods programming.” [found ontheserverside] [read Alistair on techtarget.com]


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