I am finding eyepopslikeamosquito's very detailed exploration of agile programming quite interesting. The six part series concluded just one year ago. Additionally, TStanley has reviewed a book on extreme programming by Chromatic for PM, Extreme Programming Pocket Guide.
However, I notice that a more recent book by Chromatic and James Shore, The Art of Agile Development (http://jamesshore.com/Agile-Book/) has not been reviewed. There are other books about extreme/agile programming and program management that similarly have not been reviewed. In particular, Robert Nagle's Extreme Perl (2004), which apparently had Chromatic as one of the technical reviewers, is left without comment (available at this site: http://www.extremeperl.org/bk/home).
Is this area of programming and management typically not a current or major concern for most Perlmonks? (I have only searched the titles of nodes--the thread, An Interesting Rebuttal of Agile, is now three years old.)
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