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re: What does "agile" mean these days? VIEW POST

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re: Here's the essence: big-design and waterfall are natural approaches to projects. It makes sense because it reflects how physical things are tradit...
 

Waterfall as described in the original paper was always meant as an iterative means of developing software. Sadly, that iterative part was overlooked. You can read the original paper and you'll see it's clearly stated there.
At any event, the current business of Scrum isn't much different with the exception they've added short iterations instead of large up front design. Everything else is as rigid as it comes.

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