Monthly Archives: January 2007

You call that Agile?

Post by Ben Edwards

Many companies are throwing around the term agile when defining who they are and what they can offer but, as the Agile In Action blog points out, many may not be practicing what they preach. In this post I have … Continue reading

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Help! Google stole my data

Post by Jesse O'Neill-Oine

As you hopefully know if you’re reading this, we’ve just embarked on the joy that is self-employment and one of the things we needed to take care of was email for refactr.com. We decided to go with GMail because, well, … Continue reading

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Should intuition play a part in developing software?

Post by Ben Edwards

I was reading Thomas Nilsson’s site (nice site) on Responsive Development (nice term) when I came across a quote in Thomas’ post titled What is “Agile” all about? Really? from agile guru and manifeto signatory Ron Jeffries. Jeffries offers some … Continue reading

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Bootstrapping is agile (or how we decided to let go of our fears, start a business, and make meaning in our community)

Post by Ben Edwards

Part of the reason it has been a bit quiet around here is that we are busy taking the advice of Guy Kawasaki and others and have started a company.* Refactr is just a weblog no more. Now we are … Continue reading

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