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My 'Short History of Agile Software Development' presentation at the Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong.

I only had 20 minutes to speak, so I did an overview of the origins of 'Software Engineering' ('68 NATO conference) through to some new and different approaches to software. Along the way I talked about the 'New New Product Development Game', Scrum, Extreme Programming, the Agile Manifesto and some thoughts about what the future holds.

My 'Short History of Agile Software Development' presentation at the Innovation Campus, University of Wollongong.

I only had 20 minutes to speak, so I did an overview of the origins of 'Software Engineering' ('68 NATO conference) through to some new and different approaches to software. Along the way I talked about the 'New New Product Development Game', Scrum, Extreme Programming, the Agile Manifesto and some thoughts about what the future holds.

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A short history of Agile software development

  1. 1. A short history of Agile Kane Mar, October 2011 software development
  2. 2. About Me
  3. 3. ’68: The Age of First NATO conference on Software Engineering Software Engineering Winston Royce
  4. 4. ’86: The New New Havard Business Review January, 1986 Product Game
  5. 5. ’95: The Birth of Scrum OOPLSA, 1995
  6. 6. ’96: The Birth of Kent Beck & Ward Cunningham Extreme Programming
  7. 7. 2001: The Agile Manifesto is Created AgileManifesto.org
  8. 8. Early 2000: The Death McBreen, Martin, Graham etc. of Software Engineering
  9. 9. XP Adoption leads until ‘2005 Scrum & XP Scrum grows rapidly thereafter
  10. 10. The future ... Scrum, Lean, Kanban, etc.
  11. 11. Thank you! Thank you for your time!

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