Agile programming (was Re: [P|C] Banksel)
Gerhard Fiedler email (remove spam text)
> The only thing that changes with Agile, is how you approach software
> development. Agile addresses two big fallacies with project
> management: (1) men and months are interchangeable and (2)
> requirements never change.
I'm programming professionally for some 25 years now, on software
projects, hardware projects, embedded firmware projects, and neither of
these has been a premise/fallacy of the management of any project I've
worked on. So this can't be something that "changes with Agile".
You need to have some experience with the many different ways projects
and people can be managed to know whether something is really new.
> Agile accepts the fact that software is written by people (for
> people), and that change happens.
Many other ways do that, too. No bible and no religion (not even an
agile one :) necessary for this...
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