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The Agile Dev Survey (4K+ Respondents)

08.01.2013
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VersionOne is gave out [pdf, no reg] their 7th annual Agile survey this year and if you haven't had a chance to take a peek, it might be pretty interesting with a lofty 4K+ developer respondents.

State of Agile Dev Survey for 2012


Generally the report indicates that agile is becoming the norm or at least the desirable norm in most development organizations.  One of the most noticeable stats is that only 2 percent of the respondents thought that their executives truly understood agile.  Assuming there was no bias in the respondents (for example, if they're all VersionOne users or interested parties, then they're very likely to be interested in agile by default), the results should be interesting with lots of easy to digest graphics.

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