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Agile Does Not Mean “No Requirements”

My second post for my employer Tribridge on a series about Agile misconceptions: In the first post in my series about Agile Software Development, I discussed the most common misconception that our clients have about Agile. Specifically, we often hear the assumption that there is no...

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Deliver the project needed at the end…

The primary assumption that proponents of plan-driven (waterfall) development make is that the requirements of their project are known and will not change.  While this may be true for some projects, it is not true for most.  With most projects, the actual requirements...

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The Agility Behind Agile Software Development

My first post for my employer Tribridge on a series about Agile misconceptions: Agile Misconception #1: “There is No Planning or Analysis. Just Start Coding!” At Tribridge, we have been building custom software applications for over 13 years. Our clients select us as their...