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The Agile Manifesto Poster: Vote for your Favorite Design

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The Agile Manifesto Poster: Vote for your Favorite Design

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Ten years ago, in a town far far away (from some of us), in early February of 2001, 17 people met at the Lodge at Snowbird Ski Resort in Utah to hang out, eat great food…and obviously ski. As they relaxed at the ski-lodge, sipping at their Hot Toddies, they spoke to each other about development, programming and real-world methodology. What came from those talks has been highly significant to our industry ever since. The result of those discussions became known as the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, which has subsequently given birth to a movement within the development industry that seeks to restore balance between modeling and methodology while embracing documentation without encumbered volume.

In light of this upcoming anniversary, DZone is in the midst of producing a poster to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the signing of the Agile Manifesto. As such, we are asking our members to weigh-in on what design is their favorite in order to help us deliver a great product. Your opinion and thoughts matter since you are the driving force behind us! Please tell us what you think, good or bad, and do not worry about hurting our feelings.

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