Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
- How do you run your daily standups? Mark Levison summarizes the forum discussion on Daily Scrum: Sitting or Standing?
- More sitting – Jason Yip discusses the Patterns of Daily Standup Meetings.
- Michael Hugos posts on CIO Magazine about C-Level agility – Leadership for the Agile Organization (hat tip: Mishkin Berteig)
Working software over comprehensive documentation
- Delay making a decision until the last possible moment. Isn’t that the agile way? Kevin Rutherford talks about an interesting and thought-provoking approach: Set-based Design with Agile.
- End of January and you’re already exhausted? Frank Patrick riffs on Jeffrey Phillips’ article: Slow down to get more done.
Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
- Reg Braithwaite wrote a two-part series on Selling Agile (part 1, part 2). Kurt Christensen follows up and adds his own two cents.
Responding to change over following a plan
- Infrastructure – is it the bane of agile development? Simon Baker discusses.
- David J Anderson says that there are only two questions you need to ask to see if you’re ready to be agile.
- Rachel Davies is looking for interesting agile project experiences for the Agile 2007 conference.
- Brad Appleton has a definitive list of Lean Development Resources
- Mishkin Berteig is looking for new authors to help him at Agile Advice.
- Dan Bunea discusses Test First Web Applications in C#, with source code.
- Sir Mix-a-lot redux: I like Refactoring and I cannot lie
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