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Technical Agile Coaching with the Samman Method
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Technical Agile Coaching with the Samman Method

by scrumexpert in Books 0

If today many people equal Agile with Scrum, the Agile approach is also deeply rooted in software engineering practices, like pair programming or refactoring, promoted by the eXtreme Programming (XP) movement. In this book, Emily Bache presents the Samman Technical Coaching approach. It is a method for helping software development teams to become more agile and raise the quality of their work. share share tweet share 

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