Early proponents of Agile assumed a certain style of programming that was an outgrowth of the Simple Design practice of eXtreme Programming. As Agile has been adopted, this particular style was not brought in as a co-requisite. This presentation explains aspects of this style, cites examples of the impact of its use, and describes a training program developed by Fred George to address this deficiency. This training program formed the basis of ThoughtWorks University several years after its creation. (Presentation given at Agile India 2013)
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