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Brian Marick: Agile Methods, the Emersonian Worldview, and the Dance of Agency

Brian Marick: “I was fortunate to be at the Snowbird workshop that led to the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. That manifesto has two parts: a statement of values and a statement of principles. The statement of values came easily. The statement of principles was a struggle. It was hard to reach consensus on some of them. One difficult principle was this one: The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams. The words “emerge” and “self-organizing” evoke the literature of Complex Adaptive Systems and Complexity Science.” (Via Brian Marick.)

The above was posted to my personal weblog on March 10, 2003. My name is Peter Lindberg and I am a thirtysomething software developer and dad living in Stockholm, Sweden. Here, you’ll find posts in English and Swedish about whatever happens to interest me for the moment.

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