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In this special April issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal, we'll examine the state of the agile movement, explore the Qt development framework, look back at AntiPatterns, and more.
In This Special April Digital Issue:
- Agile at 10
By Scott Ambler
To mark the 10th anniversary of the drafting of the Agile Manifesto, prominent agilists returned to Snowbird, Utah, to determine where the agile community now stands and to examine Agile's core concepts. Scott takes you inside the meeting, outlines what was discussed and agreed upon, and elucidates what it means to be Agile after a decade of effort.
- Guest Editorial
By Jim Highsmith One of the original signers of the Agile Manifesto discusses how far Agile has come over the past 10 years and where the methodolgy is headed.
- Qt Application Development for Symbian
By Eero Penttinen and Antti Saukko
Qt is a cross-platform native development framework for all major operating systems, including Linux, Windows, Mac, Symbian, and Maemo. This article explores developing smartphone applications with Qt for Symbian OS and deploying them on Nokia Ovi Store.
- From the Vault: Antipatterns
By Hays W. McCormick and Raphael Malveaux
This article from Dr. Dobb's Journal introduced the term and concept of AntiPatterns. Does your code include undocumented, complex, important-looking functions, classes, or segments that don't clearly relate to the system architecture? If so, this classic article is for you. If not, then it's surely right for a coworker.
Our overstuffed Mailbag shows that some readers are suspicious about the cloud, not sure that F# is doomed for niches, and think acceptance tests are important.
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