Hi, I've been programming for longer than I like to admit.. I started developing for the web in 1997, wrote my first CGI scripts that talked to MySQL in C++. It has been a long journey since then; through Java (10+ years), PHP, HTML/JS, AS2, AS3, Android Developemnt, C#. I founded a startup in 2012 and raised 1M$; that has changed my perspective of programming forever! I like to explore interaction concepts.
English session - Intermediate
Agile is still buzzing, even though I still honestly don't understand why. I've seen it happen, seen it develop, and seen how much of agile actually becomes politics; inner politics, and seen how it takes the responsibility away from managers and derides such roles as software architects, encourages people to think more short term and less long term on key issues, etc.
Waterfall model had it's flaws, so does agile. So what's wrong with Agile?