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Stefan Koopmanschap's Blog:
A call for Agile Developers
March 22, 2007 @ 15:59:30

Stefan Koopmanschap has issued a Call to Action for all PHP developers out there in his latest blog entry in an effort to get things happening in the arean of Agile development in PHP.

My experiences so far as a PHP developer is that a lot of companies and (open source) projects do not work according to Agile methodologies, or often not really according to any methodology (a.k.a. Cowboy Coding). While there may be nothing wrong with that, I still want to try to push the Agile methodologies more into the realm of PHP.

He's even started up a website (no content yet, AgilePHP.eu) to help promote the effort. So now he's looking for some PHP developers that would like to help out with the project - to help promote agile development in PHP and give the community a solid resource and foundation (via the website and other forms of communication). If you're interested, check out the blog post for more or just email Stefan at stefan [at] agilephp [dot] eu

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