Traditional vs. Agile Development

I was poking around the Microsoft Patterns & Practices site on MSDN, and I found a terrific comic that illustrates traditional versus agile development.

Just today, I was doing project planning with co-worker where we were discussing “just doing all the data access at once” versus “building basic (but testable!) end-to-end functionality and enhancing as we progress.” This comic happens to do a great job of comparing these two approaches and highlighting the risks associating with building individual components separately without an appropriate test framework. If only Dr. Frankenstein had been more agile…

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