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Phil L.



Member since:

November 14, 2013


Why did you want to join up to the Agile Auckland group?

Want to see how people adopt this methodology in real project. Does it really that good, or maybe it's just a fad. Honestly there are already too many talks about agile, which makes me wanna say I had enough. The feeling is like you keep listening to one song for 300 times.

What areas of Agile do you work / participate or are interested in?


What has impacted you most when you think about Agile software development?

It is just a buzzword for me, 'cause I didn't really have any development experience with Agile, although I have read a heap of articles about agile. Most principles of agile are just common sense to me. I think agile is abused, thanks to modern media.


An embedded software engineer: C/C++, Linux, ARM, Python, Bash & Makefile, Open Source, Vim, Ubuntu.

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