Demos: The Achilles Heel of Agile Projects

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Theodore F. Rivera

Date archived: March 17, 2017 | First published: November 12, 2008

from The Rational Edge: The Agile Manifesto and other Agile guidance suggests frequent product demonstrations, such as at the end of each iteration. But much of this advice is broad and non-specific, leaving development teams to learn by trial and error. This article provides a wealth of practical wisdom on when, how, and in front of whom to perform demos on Agile projects.

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