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Building the Agile Database: How to Build a Successful Application Using Agile Without Sacrificing Data Management by Larry Burns

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So, all we need to do is abandon our traditional processes and methodologies, adopt an Agile approach, and everything will be perfect, right? No, of course not. No methodology is without its flaws, and none works perfectly in all situations (or, perhaps, in any situation). It’s also true that any project represents a collaboration of stakeholders, each of whom has different needs and different priorities. In my own experience, I’ve noticed several aspects of the Agile approach that must be taken into consideration (from the point of view of all of the project’s stakeholders) when embarking on an Agile project. None of these issues are show-stoppers, and none should be taken as an irrefutable argument against ...

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