Agile in a Flash: Speed-Learning Agile Software Development
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Real agilists don't weigh themselves down with libraries of books, they keep their important information handy with them at all times. Jeff and Tim pack over two decades of experience coaching and doing agile into Agile in a Flash, a unique deck of index cards that fit neatly in your pocket and tack easily onto the wall. Agile in a Flash cards run the gamut of agile, cover...more
Paperback, 110 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Pragmatic Bookshelf (first published January 20th 2011)
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Tim Ottinger
I wrote it, so my opinion is probably not worth as much as a casual reader. I wrote it because I needed the content for my own work, though, so I can say it's useful. If you end up using the cards in your software practice, please give us a review on Amazon.
Melvin
Beside content, what I like the most of this "book" is its format. These index-size cards are provides concise content and are easy to carry and to share. Very useful for experienced and newcomers to Agile software development.
Alan
A great way to keep agile concepts and ideas fresh in your mind and even begin learning things you didn't know yet. It really is a stack if flash cards. Test you knowledge and learn.
Ben Love
Concise, cute, exact, accurate, useful and honest. I loved this as both a refresher and an ongoing reference. If Agile is part of your business life, you should own this.
David
My team used to read one of these cards each day before stand up. They're a great source of talking points for the day and the collection is an easy, quick read.
Jeff L.
I wrote it. I love it. I hope it brings a shift in how we think about reference material, particularly in software development shops.
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