Wagile software development

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Wagile software development is a group of software development methodologies that result from slipping from agile back into waterfall, doing a lot of short waterfalls and thinking it is agile, Waterfall model masquerading as Agile software development, etc.

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Going ‘Wagile’ ...Some teams turn to agile practices to dig their way out of failing projects, said Forrester analyst Peter Sterpe. “They do two-week iterations, engage in frequent, intentional communication, and do frequent builds.”

But that’s not agile development, he said. “They are simply getting a little bit iterative to put their projects back on track.”

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