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Agile vs. Fragile

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This comic/infographic reminds us of some good examples of the 'agile' responses to certain situations vs. the lazy or 'fragile' response.  Be honest, have you noticed yourself falling into the fragile categories of some of these panels?




Andreas Schilling replied on Tue, 2013/03/19 - 2:00am

 While the comic is surely funny I have to note that

  • this post does not really get you anywhere. I think DZone should not be something like twitter? What are you actually trying to say?
  • I fail to see the point "agile vs. fragile". Merely this comic states "Good Developer vs. Bad Developer". Nothing on the left side is tightly bound to "agile" in my eyes, except maybe for some of the bullets from list on the last picture...

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