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Re: [PhillyOnRails] OT: Books on Agile
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- Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2007 19:52:00 -0400
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I would like to see how others actually put Agile into practice.
Perhaps reading a book is not as optimal for that as a first hand
experience. I know for myself I appear to communicate better by
showing then by verbalizing how I seek agility.
> What kind of enviroment are you wanting to create?
For the most part, I'm trying to do what, I suspect, everyone else is trying
to do: improve the relationship they have with their customers. I have to sort out what advice >would still be useful, even after I agree with it.
What areas of your relationships with customers do you feel need
change or improvement the most?
A good local forum for questions and disscussions are the Agile Philly
meetings. http://wiki.agilephilly.com next meeting in August 7th at
Comcast, 15th & Market in Philly.
There are people there from big budget we are going agile projects,
and people who are trying to be the agile influence at their company,
to folks who are independent or on tiny teams.
The agile philly mailing lists is mainly about house keeping details
with email@example.com being used for the more
general questions and discussions. Even with XP in the name all
flavors of agile are on topic, but be warned the list is very active
and apt to become a fire hose.
Dave's Definitions: Morning, is after I've slept for more than four
hours. Lunch is the second meal of the day no matter the hour of
consumption. A long drive is one longer then you have last slept.
Ineffable, if you don't understand I couldn't possibly explain it.
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