Agile Development Reaches Every Corner of the Globe

Agile Software Development is a worldwide phenomena.

My blog has only been going since late Feb 2007. There’s no reason for me to think that interest in agile development would be limited to only a few local areas. However, I’ve been amazed at how many countries my visitors have come from.

147 countries, no less!

Check out this list, in order of most visitors…

  1. United States
  2. United Kingdom
  3. India
  4. Canada
  5. Japan
  6. Australia
  7. Germany
  8. Sweden
  9. Netherlands
  10. Brazil
  11. France
  12. Italy
  13. Finland
  14. Norway
  15. Argentina
  16. Spain
  17. Belgium
  18. Denmark
  19. China
  20. Israel
  21. New Zealand
  22. Poland
  23. Singapore
  24. Ireland
  25. South Africa
  26. Switzerland
  27. Philippines
  28. Malaysia
  29. Turkey
  30. Mexico
  31. Pakistan
  32. Romania
  33. Portugal
  34. Austria
  35. Russia
  36. Taiwan
  37. Ukraine
  38. Czech Republic
  39. Indonesia
  40. Slovenia
  41. Slovakia
  42. Bulgaria
  43. Thailand
  44. Greece
  45. Croatia
  46. South Korea
  47. Egypt
  48. Hong Kong
  49. Iran
  50. Chile
  51. Iceland
  52. United Arab Emirates
  53. Vietnam
  54. Europe
  55. Russian Federation
  56. Lithuania
  57. Sri Lanka
  58. Colombia
  59. Hungary
  60. Iran
  61. Estonia
  62. Venezuela
  63. Latvia
  64. Cyprus
  65. Uruguay
  66. Peru
  67. Serbia And Montenegro
  68. Belarus
  69. Korea
  70. Luxembourg
  71. Costa Rica
  72. Malta
  73. Bangladesh
  74. Saudi Arabia
  75. Jordan
  76. Bolivia
  77. Palestinian Territory
  78. Yugoslavia
  79. Morocco
  80. Kuwait
  81. Trinidad and Tobago
  82. Kenya
  83. Puerto Rico
  84. Panama
  85. Guatemala
  86. Nigeria
  87. El Salvador
  88. Nepal
  89. Tunisia
  90. Mauritius
  91. Barbados
  92. Macedonia
  93. Jamaica
  94. Lebanon
  95. Algeria
  96. Bahrain
  97. Paraguay
  98. Cuba
  99. Sudan
  100. Kazakhstan
  101. Ecuador
  102. Oman
  103. Myanmar
  104. Kyrgyzstan
  105. Netherlands Antilles
  106. Ghana
  107. Brunei
  108. Madagascar
  109. Rwanda
  110. Armenia
  111. Dominican Republic
  112. Mongolia
  113. Cambodia
  114. French Polynesia
  115. Tanzania
  116. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  117. Qatar
  118. Moldova
  119. Yemen
  120. Uzbekistan
  121. Nicaragua
  122. Zimbabwe
  123. Ivory Coast
  124. Uganda
  125. Iraq
  126. Brunei Darussalam
  127. lbania
  128. Moldova
  129. Macau
  130. Mozambique
  131. Cape Verde
  132. Syria
  133. Liberia
  134. Honduras
  135. Macao
  136. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  137. Virgin Islands, U.S.
  138. Cayman Islands
  139. Faroe Islands
  140. Bermuda
  141. Greenland
  142. Mali
  143. East Timor
  144. Gibraltar
  145. Guam
  146. American Samoa
  147. Angola

Amazing! 147 countries including places I never imagined would be interested in agile development.

Everywhere from United States to the Far East, South America to Australisia, Skandanavia to Africa, Middle East to Eastern Europe. In fact every continent except Antarctica!

And virtually every country I’ve ever heard of, as well as some I haven’t! 🙂

Welcome all, and thank you for reading…


See also:
10 Key Principles of Agile Software Development
10 Good Reasons to do Agile Development
Top 10 Agile Development web sites

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