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4.6 Recognition by the Agile Community

Agile development is part of a large ecosystem with an active and involved community. Mature agile processes are aligned with agile principles and are recognized by the agile community. Much of my work involves taking innovative and even risky approaches when I customize software methodology to meet the unique needs of often complex organizations. Although I always maintain confidentiality, I find it effective to write and publish articles that describe my approach to DevOps and agile process maturity. Sometimes, my views are well accepted by the agile community, and other times the reaction can be quite significant. I actually use my esteemed colleagues in the agile community as a feedback loop to continuously improve my own process methodologies.

Recognition within the agile community is a worthy goal. However, gaining consensus may be much more difficult to achieve.

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