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#theory: What Agile really is?
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I will start a series of post relate to the "the commonly untold story" about Agile.
Here comes the first one.
https://www.projectmanagement.com/blog-pos...gile-really-is-
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Read your article and blog, good One Sergio !
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1 reply by Sergio Luis Conte
May 17, 2019 9:25 AM
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Thanks Rami
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You have a wealth of knowledge on the topic, and I'm glad you're sharing it in a new format.

By the way, let me share a link with you. This Agile timeline is not comprehensive, but I like the presentation. I wonder if there's a way to collaborate on something like this and show the progression of Agile over time.
http://www.agilereleaseplanning.com/agile-timeline/
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1 reply by Sergio Luis Conte
May 17, 2019 9:30 AM
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The timeline is wrong talking about Agile. Agile was born in 1990 inside the USA DoD/NSF Agility Forum in the Leihigh Unversity. I was part of it because I worked in one of the companies that were part of it. Time after I was part of the implementation of Agile into software when I was part of the group of authors of DSDM because I still worked on that company which was one of the main contributors to DSDM (at this type DSDM was free for use). But before that few people know that today agile oriented methods were born from object oriented methods. I met and worked with all the today "cellebrities" inside the OOSPLA where we met together each year from 1992. Few people know that Agile indeas on software were taking from Tom Gilbs software engineering approch and Barry Bohem´s Spiral model.
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Good idea.
Thank you
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Dec 26, 2018 7:01 PM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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Read your article and blog, good One Sergio !
Thanks Rami
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Dec 31, 2018 12:42 PM
Replying to Wade Harshman
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You have a wealth of knowledge on the topic, and I'm glad you're sharing it in a new format.

By the way, let me share a link with you. This Agile timeline is not comprehensive, but I like the presentation. I wonder if there's a way to collaborate on something like this and show the progression of Agile over time.
http://www.agilereleaseplanning.com/agile-timeline/
The timeline is wrong talking about Agile. Agile was born in 1990 inside the USA DoD/NSF Agility Forum in the Leihigh Unversity. I was part of it because I worked in one of the companies that were part of it. Time after I was part of the implementation of Agile into software when I was part of the group of authors of DSDM because I still worked on that company which was one of the main contributors to DSDM (at this type DSDM was free for use). But before that few people know that today agile oriented methods were born from object oriented methods. I met and worked with all the today "cellebrities" inside the OOSPLA where we met together each year from 1992. Few people know that Agile indeas on software were taking from Tom Gilbs software engineering approch and Barry Bohem´s Spiral model.
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Following it!
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I like your analogy with elite athletes. As a Canadian, I would have used Wayne Gretzky's ability to be where the hockey puck was headed before it got there.
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1 reply by Sergio Luis Conte
May 18, 2019 9:28 AM
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Thanks Stéphane. You are write. I wrote about tennis because is the sport I know very well (in fact I am certified international coach getting it from ITF and ATP).I am working in Argetnina inside the CENARD (the place where the top athletes of all sports come to train) inside the Biomecanich Department where my focus is biomechanic applied to tennis. I interact with other sports specialist because some base principles are the same for all sports and I saw exactly the same I described in the article. Mainly related to anticipate the future thanks to knowledge.
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May 17, 2019 7:39 PM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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I like your analogy with elite athletes. As a Canadian, I would have used Wayne Gretzky's ability to be where the hockey puck was headed before it got there.
Thanks Stéphane. You are write. I wrote about tennis because is the sport I know very well (in fact I am certified international coach getting it from ITF and ATP).I am working in Argetnina inside the CENARD (the place where the top athletes of all sports come to train) inside the Biomecanich Department where my focus is biomechanic applied to tennis. I interact with other sports specialist because some base principles are the same for all sports and I saw exactly the same I described in the article. Mainly related to anticipate the future thanks to knowledge.

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