JP Vossen on 2 Dec 2011 16:59:34 -0800

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[PLUG] Good book on Agile?

OK, I know there are a bunch of Agile "flavors" so this is sort if like asking for a book about soup or something. But...

Background: Some projects I'm involved in are moving to an Agile methodology. The PM is driving the move, and everyone is on board and it sounds like a good idea. I just like to read books about stuff like this, so...what's good? Keep in mind I'm more of a "scripter" than a "Real Programmer." :) I've also read the Wikipedia article.

I like O'Reilly books, and I see a few that sound good. Any of these? Any others?

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