Whos is using Agile methodologies?

Hi all

who is using agile approaches to develop RoR software?

How do you implement them?

Plllleeeaasseee… “Agile”, great word; lacks substance. I’m sorry if
you’re just trying to spark up some discussion, but please just take the
whole Agile “concept” with a pinch of salt.

Sure, everything Agile development mandates are great techniques and
should
be used wherever applicable, but they aren’t “Agile” techniques, they’re
techniques developed by individual teams that identified a specific
problem
and applied a solution. These solutions just happened to be picked up
along
the way by people who thought including them in a next-big-thing
philosophy
was a cool idea. Sound development techniques aren’t created by people
with
semantic ability, they’re created by people trying to solve real-world
problems.

So in answer to your question: Almost all of use are using techniques
deemed
to be “Agile”. How do you implement them? You don’t. You learn them and
what
they really imply and then apply them to your implementation.

I think he may be asking about workflows and processes in general which
are actually applied as opposed to the buzzword “methodologies” you’re
talking about.

Hi

I am asking about how do you implement the iterative approach
(timeboxing) and if you follow any standard such as ICONIX, RUP, etc…

thanks

Erik wrote:

I think he may be asking about workflows and processes in general which
are actually applied as opposed to the buzzword “methodologies” you’re
talking about.

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