Another in the ongoing miniseries, Life/Death/Agility.
I've seen this argument online and heard it in conversation: the reason you can't use Agile on serious projects like the Shuttle is that there are hard requirements that can't be changed.
Apparently it's a principle of Agile that the developers can change requirements.
I can just see a team explaining to a NASA manager, "We understand you thought you had this requirement, but you have to get over it and embrace change: because of the Agileological refactorization/cohesion principle, we're going to have to make the heat-resistant tiles out of Charmin."
The Genie Story - A clever man was crossing the ocean when his ship was capsized in a storm. He was the only survivor. Hungry, thirsty, and battered, he struggled to shore o...
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