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THE AGILITYFEAT BLOG

At AgilityFeat, we are more than just designers and coders. We are also thought leaders. Our team has spoken at conferences around the US, Europe, and Latin America. We were early leaders in applying agile methodologies to nearshore software development in Latin America. We shared these lessons in this blog through 2015. These days, we blog mainly about our other passion, WebRTC. Find us at https://webrtc.ventures/blog/.

AgilityFeat Mobile Portfolio

Our visual designer Daniel Phillips and developer Andrea Phillips put together a nice portfolio of some of the mobile projects they have worked on, and so I'll share a few snippets of that here. Download the full portfolio as a PDF here....

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What kind of startup are you?

What inspired you to start your own company? A particular passion? A desire for independence? Necessity? The ReadWriteWeb blog has an interesting post on the "Accidental Entrepreneur", which I came across from seeing the Penninsula...

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Wishlisting.org

AgilityFeat is building a tool to help non profits raise money and to help you learn Agile Engineering practices!  If you attended the ADP West conference this year in Las Vegas, then you may have already heard about what we're doing. In...

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ATDD Kickstart coming to Richmond!

ATDD with Cucumber! May 14-15, 2012Richmond, VA Length: 2 days Cost: $1495 US / person Early bird registration $1395 3 or more people - $1295 each AgilityFeat is proud to be bringing our Acceptance Test Driven Development training to...

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Coaching a client to drop Estimation

I've always had a love/hate relationship with estimation.  I find the topic fascinating.  Estimation is like a car wreck, it's hard not to slow down some and take a look, even if you know it's wrong and you are afraid of what you might...

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12 Lessons Learned as a Solo Agile Coach

It’s been over a year now since I started AgilityFeat, and what a great year it’s been.  Being December, this is also a good time to get reflective as the year draws to a close.  With that in mind, I’ve come up with a list of twelve...

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Failure Bows and Brainstorming from #ACCUS

If you’re looking for a fun way to kick off discussions of difficult topics, then failure bows may work for you. In September I was at the Agile Coach Camp US (#ACCUS) in Columbus Ohio.  Friday was “Games Day”, devoted to fun ways to...

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Don’t discard TDD in the cloud

Developing software for the cloud can make test-driven development more complicated, but not impossible. In this article that I wrote for TechWell.com and StickyMinds.com, I offer advice for continuing good development practices in the...

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