Agile Bibliography Wiki
What is this wiki about?
Alistair Cockburn said, on the Agile Project Management yahoogroup, "Maybe someone who really cares about these numerical reports might collect a bibliography for him/herself and other like-minded people." So, I've created a place where everyone can contribute. You do have to create a login to edit these pages, and please include a summary for all references. I'd like this to be an annotated bibliography, rather than just a list of titles and links. It will be ever-so-much easier to find the appropriate publications that way.
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If you'd like to edit, please contact me. I've grown tired of constantly fighting the SPAM battle so I'm shutting down the ability to create new accounts.
UncategorizedArticles (Please help structure this bibliography!)
C.A.R. Hoare, in The Emperor's Old Clothes, Turing Award Lecture (27 October 1980): "At first I hoped that such a technically unsound project would collapse but I soon realized it was doomed to success. Almost anything in software can be implemented, sold, and even used given enough determination. There is nothing a mere scientist can say that will stand against the flood of a hundred million dollars. But there is one quality that cannot be purchased in this way---and that is reliability. The price of reliability is the pursuit of the utmost simplicity. It is a price which the very rich find most hard to pay."
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