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Arabian Computer News

Making agile development work
Over recent years, agile has moved from being next practice to best practice for IT professionals, writes Erik Bernsten, Regional Director, Middle East, BCS The Chartered Institute for IT.
Taken from Arabian Computer News (January 2014).

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