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The book is really useful for an agile beginner who knows a little about the practices and wants to apply them to his/her project. The book does not explain the practices in details but it tell you when and how the practice is applicable on different scenarios. The book takes the pattern approach to help you choose agile adoption strategy. The word pattern seamed to me a bit complicated but the way the book describes it made it really easy. One other thing that I liked about this book is it explains the reasoning and the benefits of the agile methodology. It helps you understand how to be really agile and adopt to real life situation. It really explains the difference between agile and any other methodology. It shows how flexible it is, as it lets you pick and choose the practices that will make you achieve your business driven goals. This book shows how to pick and choose your practices and provide a way of measuring your success. It's a quick read too.
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