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Distributed Agile Software Development

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This article will present how agile could be made to work with distributed (onshore/offshore) team members. Many traditionally viewed that agile, which relies on close proximity and constant interaction with the users and customers, can not function efficiently but today after many successfully completed distributed agile projects we know agile can work in a distribute way as well.

The article will analyse and present different team formations (onshore/offshore splits) and other techniques to aid the communication in the distributed team such as 'resource-shifting'.

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