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May 14, 2009

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Nico

I completly agree. I recently made a show about Agility with Alt.Net community (here in Paris, there are a few folks). We made the analogy with "Cargo Cult", explaining that people think they are agile because they apply stand-up meeting and pair-programming in their projects. And that's ridiculous !
In fact, it's the product that has to be agile, not the process. And it's a main question of Architecture, rather than method.
We talked about DRY, KISS, YAGNI, Hollywood Principle, Proxy Dynamic, AOP, which are good practises to do Agile Architecture.
A lot of people should open their eyes and think about the goal rather than focus on the process. But I confess that it's more difficult.
(I apologize for my bad english)

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