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PragPub Issue 20 February 2011 Agile 10 Years Later

PragPub Issue 20 February 2011 Agile 10 Years Later

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PragPub Issue #20 February 2011, Agile 10 Years Later
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The
PragmaticBookshelf 
PragPub
 The First Iteration
Issue #20February 2011
Happy Birthday, AgileManifesto!
Has it really been ten years? Timeflies in two-week iterations.
Happy Birthday, AgileManifesto!
Has it really been ten years? Timeflies in two-week iterations.
IN THIS ISSUE
*Agile @ 10*Abstraction*Refactoring Your Job*De Morgan to the Rescue*Agile in PragPub
 
PragPub
February 2011
Contents
FEATURES
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by Andy Hunt, Kent Beck, Ron Jeffries, Jon Kern, Ken Schwaber, James Grenning, Arie van Bennekum, Stephen J. Mellor,Ward Cunningham, and Dave Thomas Ten authors of the Agile Manifesto celebrate its tenth anniversary.
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by Tim Ottinger, Jeff Langr The third in this series of Big Ideas in software development.
............................................................................................ 27
by Craig RieckeForget the self-help books. Here
s practical advice on making the best of bad economic times.
................................................................................... 32
by Staffan NötebergSometimes a little math can substitute for having the right tool.
.................................................................................................... 37
Looking back on two years of Agile articles in PragPub
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DEPARTMENTS
..................................................................................................................... 1
by Michael Swaine Ten Agile Voices Celebrate Ten Agile Years
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What
s hot
and what can be said in 140 characters.
..................................................................................... 5
by Jonathan RasmussonWords have power, and the wrong word can steer your whole project wrong.
..................................................................................................................... 46
After a slow-ish winter, things are really heating up this spring.
.............................................................................................. 55
by John ShadeJohn explains the values and principle on which his writing is based.
Except where otherwise indicated, entire contents copyright © 2011 The Pragmatic Programmers.Feel free to distribute this magazine (in whole, and for free) to anyone you want. However, you maynot sell this magazine or its content, nor extract and use more than a paragraph of content in someother publication without our permission.Published monthly in PDF, mobi, and epub formats by The Pragmatic Programmers, LLC, Dallas, TX,and Raleigh, NC. E-Mail support@pragprog.com, phone +1-800-699-7764. The editor is Michael Swaine(michael@pragprog.com). Visit us athttp://pragprog.comfor the lowdown on our books, screencasts,training, forums, and more.ISSN: 1948-3562
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