Let's have a finish the sentence contest!
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Subject: Re: Looking for Agile Experience
If the healthcare.gov site had been developed using Agile methodology with
an IBM i-based system, it wouldn't have cost over 600 million dollars to
"Barbara Morris" wrote in message
On 10/22/2013 5:09 PM, Jon Paris wrote:
Because the "Agile advisor" in place is insisting that only OO languages
can support Agile.
I'm looking for someone who can dispute this based on experience - not
theory - which is all I have.
How do they define "Agile"? As Paul Raulerson said, it's a programming
methodology, not a technique.
I would define Agile loosely as being a programming methodology that
lets a team deliver fully tested code ("Done Done Done") in very short
development cycles, allowing "stakeholders" to approve or reject the
direction in which the development is going. To say that's only possible
with OO is nonsense.