In the 11 years since the Agile Manifesto was created, the adoption of agile concepts has continued to grow. The number of agile user groups, conferences, and books is a strong indication that more and more people are at least exploring the idea, if not working to improve their adoption and execution. This growth has been so significant that Gartner has declared that “agile is now mainstream”.

Along with this growth in adoption and exploration of agile, the number of myths surrounding agile has grown as well.

To help us go deeper and get a better understanding of the principles and values of the Agile Manifesto, the guys behind our Agile project tool TeamPulse have prepared an eBook called “Top 30 Agile Myths – Busted!”

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It demystifies:

  • Agile Project Management/Process Myths,
  • Agile Software Engineering Myths,
  • Agile Startup Myths.

Follow @Team_Pulse  on twitter to get a free copy of our “Top 30 Agile Myths – Busted!” eBook. You will receive the download link as a direct message.

TeamPulse is the Telerik project management solution based on agile best practices. And as you can assume the TeamPulse team is very passionate about agile and always fascinated to take different perspectives to the world of agile – not only in the context of agile project management, but also agile software engineering.

Interested in listening to a talk on Agile Myths? A few weeks ago the Telerik’s agile experts Steve Porter, Joel Semeniuk, Ramiro Millan, and Philip Japikse did one. The recording is available on Telerik TV as Q&A Panel: Agile Myths


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About the Author

Phil Japikse

is an international speaker, a Microsoft MVP, ASPInsider, INETA Community Champion, MCSD, CSM/ CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community. Phil has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 20 years, and heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil also hosts the Hallway Conversations podcast (www.hallwayconversations.com) and serves as the Lead Director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group (http://www.cinnug.org). You can follow Phil on twitter via www.twitter.com/skimedic, or read his personal blog at www.skimedic.com/blog.

 

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