[Chicago] Two last procratinating questions

Brian Curtin brian at python.org
Wed Nov 14 14:59:19 CET 2012

On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 7:36 AM, sheila miguez <shekay at gmail.com> wrote:

> Yes, that was also my reaction, which is why I asked for more details.
> Randall, most places follow agile methodologies (to varying degrees of
> success). Do you have followup questions?
I think the better question is "who in 2012 isn't agile?" but you need to
define what agile you are looking for.

On one hand you have the work in smaller increments, release early/often,
heavy automation, etc, generic version of agile. It follows being
physically agile - quick and flexible. You can just do this, it's a good
set of ideas. Most places are like this.

You also have the Agile that you pay for - the big-A Agile. You can buy
books and pay people to effectively read books to you and your company and
be branded as Agile or some variant. There are plenty of these places as
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