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Air Force Intelligence Unit Goes Agile

The US Air Force is determined to get more agile to produce applications that can be useful in times of conflict.
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Charlie Babcock
Charlie Babcock,
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7/5/2017 | 4:23:32 PM
As the battle rages, what does it mean to 'deliver' a product?
Wes Haga is criticized in meetings for referring to "the product" and having a "short time to market" for delivery of code. This is, after all, the military with its own cherished lingo. But isn't it a good idea to not only have enterprises that are light on their feet and able to quickly respond but a military that can do so as well? 
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