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Scrum vs. Agile Methodology

Scrum methodology is a process based on repetition, with a little amount of progress in each step. This method helps to manage projects and develop software packages. It also supports the testing of recently created software packages. It is a setup that supports development work, on the basis of a set of predefined rules and practices. Agile methodology, meanwhile,... read more »
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Nike vs. Adidas

Both Nike and Adidas are well known sportswear firms that have become household names of sorts throughout many parts of the world. The undisputed giants of the sportswear and sports equipment industries, consumers can generally expect quality products from the two brands. Nevertheless, there are instances wherein one may be the better option over the other, and the... read more »
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Burger King vs. McDonald's

Life on the go can be hectic. However, when you're late for work and you missed breakfast, you can simply go through a drive through window and grab a bagel and a coffee. When you need a quick, cheap meal, you can always drive to you local fast food restaurant and grab a burger or a hot dog. Fast food can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. When eaten in... read more »
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eHow vs. HubPages: Which is better?

If you are an aspiring writer looking for ways you can express your creative juice and earn money at the same time, there are two sites worth trying out eHow and Hubpages. While doing a search of certain topics, chances are you have already come across these two sites. Well, they certainly are among the most popular sites where one can find information just about... read more »
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Bridgestone vs. Michelin: Which tire is better?

Bridgestone is a Japanese rubber company with over 140 manufacturing facilities across the world. The name Bridgestone is a translation of the founder's name, Ishibashi, which means "stone bridge". Bridgestone and Michelin are the two biggest suppliers of tires in the world. The Michelin brand of tire is a French manufacturing company with the world famous, Michelin... read more »
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