Do It Yourself Agile Kickstart
by Damon Poole
Publisher: Valtivity 2012
Number of pages: 31
This book is intended for people that are ready to start their first Agile project or who have been 'doing Agile' but have not had training or coaching in Agile. The purpose of this book is to give you a resource to lean on as you move to Agile on your own.
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