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November 24, 2013

Humor: Agile Upfront Analysis

Humor - Cartoon: Agile Upfront Analysis

Agilist: "With Agile we don't really do upfront analysis."

Business Analyst: "But how do you provide the customer with an estimate?"

Agilist: "We don't; we simply ask the customer how much money they have... the project ends when the money is spent."

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