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Hanselminutes Podcast 247 - From Agile Consultant to Agile Team Member with John Wilger

January 3, '11 Comments [4] Posted in Agile | Podcast
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imageScott sits down with former agile coach John Wilger to talk about his experience going to work for the company he originally consulted with. What kinds of issues do small teams deal with when moving from traditional software development processes?

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Tuesday, January 04, 2011 12:30:38 AM UTC
Agilefall, haha. I'd never heard that term before, but sounds like something that is happening here at my company.

Thanks for posting,
Sunday, January 09, 2011 5:14:31 AM UTC
Enjoyed this one guys. Nice work Scott and John.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011 12:23:24 AM UTC
Hanselminutes has been really, really good lately. I've enjoyed every show, but the batch starting around 241 has been riveting, packed with information, and all around awesome. Thanks for all you do to keep these great shows coming!
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 5:28:29 PM UTC
Listened to this podcast the other day, and (as one of the developers on John's team!) wanted to follow up on one of Scott's questions. While I agree that, generally, capital-P process can feel like it stifles creativity, I don't feel that's been an issue with the version-control workflow John described (and later blogged). This process is strictly about defining how code makes it into production; it places virtually no restrictions on how that code is written or developed.

Of course, I was also one of the earliest and loudest proponents of the switch to this approach, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.
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