Wednesday, October 3, 2007

The Discipline of Agile

An article by Scott Ambler at Dr. Dobb's does a nice job refuting the idea that agile development is not disciplined. I think some of this might come from the lack of ceremony on agile development projects. Things get done and no one makes a big deal of it. Software is normally usable (and very likely releasable) at the end of every iteration, so the actual release can be anti-climatic. Contrast that with traditional methods where every phase or milestone is a big deal and release is often an earth shaking event. Maybe the traditionalists are just mistaking all their ceremony for real discipline.

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