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I first heard about Kent Beck’s product development triathlon metaphor in 2016 when he visited the ThoughtWorks office in New York. Kent Beck identified three stages of the product development cycle — Explore, Expand, and Extract, and proposed that either agile or waterfall development model could be appropriate depending on which stage…




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