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Thursday, October 28 • 12:00 - 12:45
The Shoemaker’s Children: Technologies that Enable Agility - Mary y Tom Poppendieck

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When the Agile Manifesto was first published 20 years ago, there were no mobile phones, no cloud computing, and not much Internet.  There was no test automation and no delivery pipelines, and most enterprises ran their central database on a single server.  Most hardware provisioning, software testing and periodic releases were manual – it was as if the shoemaker’s children had no shoes.
Most of the advances in agile have been enabled by technical breakthroughs that allow small teams to focus on customer outcomes, deploy continuously, obtain rapid feedback, and adapt immediately – in a safe and seamless flow of experiments. This talk chronicles how the shoemaker’s children learned to make their own shoes – outlining the rise of the key enabling technologies behind Agile.

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Mary y Tom Poppendieck

Lean Software
Llevaron los conceptos Lean al mundo Agile a través de sus cuatro libros sobre Desarrollo de software Lean, comenzando con el clásico "Desarrollo de software Lean, An Agile Toolkit". Mary escribió su primer programa hace 60 años y Tom escribió el suyo hace unos 50 años. Están... Read More →

Thursday October 28, 2021 12:00 - 12:45 EST
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