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This brief book contains stories from years of real world experience on Agile teams and projects. It contains both good and bad examples of how Agile can be adopted. The stories in each chapter are both educational and can also be entertaining. Each chapter focuses on specific Agile values and principles. The stories in each chapter are used to illustrate how Agile values and principles are sometimes misunderstood or applied on Agile teams and projects. In Broken Agile, Second Edition, youll read how Agile is used in the real world and the consequences of poor adaptations of the Agile Software Development methodology. You will also read examples of how some companies have been successful in adopting Agile. The goal is to share stories that will help Agile teams in their journey to adopt Agile Software development. What Youll Learn What are good and bad examples of how Agile can be adopted What are some specific Agile values and principles How some of these are misunderstood or applied - correctly or incorrectly How Agile is used in the real world What are the consequences of poor adaptations of the Agile software methodology What are examples of how some companies have been successful in adopting Agile Audience This book is for experienced software developers in their journey to adopt Agile Software development. It is very useful for those considering implementation of Agile processes. Tim Brizard is a Software Engineer in Orlando, Florida. He has designed and developed enterprise level systems since 1997. His experience includes architecting solutions for both small and large companies alike. He started his programming career using COBOL, RPG, and Unix and then started to use object-oriented languages like C++ and Java (r). He has a comprehensive knowledge of object-oriented languages, distributed computing, and database solutions. His architecture experience ranges from simple client-server to n-tier applications. He has a passion for software delivery and teaching others about improving the quality of software.