"This book is very well written. Rasmusson uses an entertaining writing style that makes it pleasant to read from beginning to end. What I like the most is the author experience. The way he presents the topics dealing with role assignation (chapter 2) and reality in agile planning (chapter 8) is simply remarkable."
"The Agile Samurai is the book I wish I’d read before I started my last agile project. The chapters on agile project inception alone are worth the price of admission."
"The Agile Samurai is exactly the book you and your team need to understand and deliver using the agile method. It makes the concepts tactile for everyone from the highest level of leadership to the people pushing forward on the front lines."
—Jessica Watson, Business Analyst,Shaw Communications
As an experienced entrepreneur and former agile coach for ThoughtWorks, Jonathan Rasmusson has consulted internationally, helping others find better ways to work and play together. When not coaching his sons' hockey teams or cycling to work in the throes of a Canadian winter, Jonathan can be found sharing his experiences with agile delivery methods at his blog, http://agilewarrior.wordpress.com.
It's a great starting point for Agile and related methodologies. Now I want to go deeper in some specific aspects.
Great for developers and non
The book is the best book to read when diving into agile or a a practitioner looking to hone the craft. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mrs. LMK
I'm new to development, so I can't really comment on how groundbreaking this book is. I don't think I'm using it in the appropriate context to use the text (it's a web development... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Olivera T.
As an engineer, Agile was something I've long ignored as people around me argue over how to arrange sticky notes on a board. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daniel Kennett
This is a good read if you haven't done any agile work before or need to brush up on your agile management skills.Published 6 months ago by Michael Litton
Is a good refresher for agile but does not address some of the issues this methodology has when used to implement large commercial systems. Read morePublished 7 months ago by walkabout
Author takes a pragmatic, yet tongue in cheek, approach to agile. Focuses on giving the advise that will have the maximum effectPublished 8 months ago by Matt H.
Like the fluency on explaining the different concepts. Would recommend to anybody wanting to be initiated on AGILE practices. Clear, simple language.Published 8 months ago by Manolin