This post is probably going to be hated and loved at the same time. Because, when people talk about agile practices, they can sometimes become very religious. Which means I may be putting my head in a noose with this one.
But who cares. It's worth it. I like living dangerously.
You see, at different occasions I had wanted the availability of a big list of agile practices. But I never found any. All common agile practices are spread out over different methods, and many different sites. That's why I decided to create my own list.
Disclaimer: the list below is definitely incomplete, and probably controversial!
I constructed the list below from practices found on eight different web sites. I ignored some well-known agile concepts like "keep it simple" and "remove waste" because I consider those to be principles, not practices. I also ignored some practices when I had the feeling that they were only listed on one site, and nobody else was using them. While on the other hand, I listed some practices here that some people do not consider to be truly agile. But I included them nonetheless, when I noticed that they are regularly being used in an agile context.
If you disagree with the list, or if you think some practices are missing, please let me know!
You see, I am considering to use this list for a poll on agile practices and how they are being applied. And I hope you're willing to help me in getting this list in order before conducting such a poll.