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Agile and Iterative Development: A Manager’s Guide
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Quantitative Methods Iteration Goals: Aug 25, Amy rated it really liked it. The layout is useful, with the equivalent of hypertext links throughout, and just e This larmwn an excellent introduction to Agile and Iterative development. Those important qualities make this text still relevant today, even if it would deserve a refresh none comming.