[Owasp-cert] Good bye.

McGovern, James F (HTSC, IT) James.McGovern at thehartford.com
Mon Aug 11 14:04:48 EDT 2008

My thought says that there are most certainly better ways to develop
software and that agile approaches need to be encouraged throughout. The
key challenge for an exam is to make sure that there is a body of
knowledge that exam takers can read and I don't believe that one exists
for the subject areas mentioned.

I could be wrong, but would certainly like to know. We can't really base
an exam on presentations and tribal knowledge... 

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On Mon, 2008-08-11 at 17:48 +0100, David H. wrote:
> Traditional versus "Agile" software development lifecycles (in my
> book) are incorporating a completely different holisitc approach to 
> how you run your company and what a delivery lifecycle means in your 
> company.

I totally agree with you. I have been practicing/reading the same book

However different they are, at the highest levels, I would simply say
both talk about SDLCs.

I respect your personal views and decisions.


Kamal Wickramanayake
IT/Software Architect & Trainer
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