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When KISS Backfires

TweetI started working in software projects when C++ was the only highly popular programming language. There used to be a lot of focus in writing optimal programs or routines. So though the applications were optimal, they suffered from Waterfall mindset

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4 Agile Practices for Waterfall World

TweetIt’s pretty usual to see people from Agile world keep on bashing the Waterfall methodology because of its inherent problems. To be honest, a big majority of the organizations still work in Waterfall mode. So sometimes I used to think,

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Things Without Which Distributed Agile Won’t Work

TweetFrom my experience while working with multiple distributed Agile projects, following things are very important: Frequent collocation (every quarter at least) with clearly defined goals to achieve from each side. At the end of collocation it’s important to do a

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