The argument often made is that the biggest risks in developing software are either delivering the wrong thing or not delivering anything at all, and Agile mitigates these risks. But is worrying about risk really a thing of the past?
There seems to be a commonly held misconception that brilliant invention and innovation all comes from individuals’ ‘lightbulb’ moments. It's fallacy. You need several things and the secret ingredient is disagreement!
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Is that true in the world of computing? Based on some work I have been doing with a client at present that ‘picture’ can say not thousands but billions of words.