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Empirical Evidence of Agile Methods: ce que nous savons, ce que nous pensons savoir et ce que nous voulons savoir - Grigori Melnik: Thoughts on Agile Software Engineering and Beyond - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Empirical Evidence of Agile Methods: ce que nous savons, ce que nous pensons savoir et ce que nous voulons savoir

Empirical Evidence of Agile Methods: ce que nous savons, ce que nous pensons savoir et ce que nous voulons savoir

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I gave two versions of my talk on the Empirical Evidence of Agile Methods : What We Know, What We Think We Know, and What We Would Like to Know at the patterns & practices summit in Québec City, Canada and the Agile Québec user group last week. Here’re the materials of the talk I promised to post.

As a side note: I’ve noticed that the Quebec audience mainly interacts with their eyes. They are so polite that they don’t interrupt the speaker, they even turn off their cell phones.

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  • I wanted to link this blog to our Agile community blog and i have found out that your "materials" link does not work.

    Thanks.

  • @karlmet

    Oops, needed to add the http;// prefix. Check it now - should work.

    Grigori

  •   Voici le lien pour avoir le PDF de la présentation que Grigori Melnik a donné à

  • Hi,

    I find the material provided ABSOLUTELY GREAT with so many data.

    By the way, do you have any new concerning the "http://www.codeplex.com/TestingGuidance"

    Thanx,

    Messaoud OUBECHOU.

  • @Messaoud

    A survey is posted now. The link is on codeplex.

  • This is great information.  It would be interesting to update based on 2012 progress and compare/contrast the progress.  Thanks for sharing

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