As I mentioned earlier, I recorded a DNR episode while at Tech Ed Developers in Barcelona. A bunch of us got together to talk about Agile development. As I said at the time, at Gregcons we're not "formally Agile" (stop laughing) but we do a lot of things that fall under the Agile umbrella, because they just plain make sense.
I haven't had a chance to listen to the recording yet, but Scott Bellware has, and he liked it. Among other things, he says:
Kate Gregory nailed a quintessential a-ha moment in agile adoption: "You go through this phase of saying, that's way too extreme; I would never do that; what kind of weirdo does that?. And then a year later, you're doing that."
Agile practices go deep and often work at subtle levels. The very practice of agile development puts the sharpness in your perspective that you'll need before you can see the difference between pre-agile development and agile development. Kate's statement perfectly captures this experience of the agile practice paradigm shift.
Happy to help, Scott. Thanks for listening!