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InfoQ has released yet another minibook of interest to me: Patterns of Agile Practice Adoption: The Technical Cluster.

The book discusses questions for the benefit of people who are trying to adopt Agile. In particular, they list "'Where do I start?', 'What specific practices should I adopt?', 'How can I adopt incrementally?' and 'Where can I expect pitfalls?'" as some of the main ones people have.

Browsing the Table of Contents, it looks like the patterns they discuss are many of those you'd expect that people with good development practices are familiar with: automated unit and functional testing, continuous integration, simple design, and collective code ownership. I haven't yet taken the time to read it, but I plan to when I've got some free time. In any case, it looks like at least it would be a good introduction to these things for those who are interested.

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