Recorded April 07, 2015 at ChicagoRuby Downtown
Stories answer questions in a wonderful, sometimes roundabout way that permits the inclusion of contextual details left out of straightforward answers. And they are much more fun to listen to. In this Q&A session, Alistair Cockburn solicits questions from the audience and answers them by telling stories from the hundreds of projects and companies he has seen. Watch to see what stories were told.
About Alistair Cockburn
Alistair Cockburn is one of the initiators of the agile movement in software development, helping write the Manifesto for Agile Software Development in 2001, the agile PM Declaration of Interdependence in 2005, and co-founding the International Consortium for Agile in 2009 (with Ahmed Sidky and Ash Rofail). He is a principal expositor of the use case for documenting business processes and behavioral requirements for software, and inventor of the Cockburn Scale for categorizing software projects.
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