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James "Cope" Coplien

How a Bell Labs researcher impacted the Scrum framework

James (“Cope”) Coplien is a well known author, educator, lecturer and software philosopher who I’ve been following for some time. Firstly with his books on C++ during the 90’s (“Advanced C++ Programming Styles and Idioms.”, Addison-Wesley, J. Coplien) and after I moved into the Scrum community with his famous article on the Borland Quattro Pro […]

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5 Questions – Issue 2

In issue 2 of the ‘5 questions’ series we hear from one of the godfarthers of Scrum, Ken Schwaber. Ken (along with Jeff Sutherland) is responsible for creating Scrum way back in the day, not only that but Ken created (or helped create) the Scrum Alliance and the Agile Alliance. Ken has produced three Scrum […]

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Video thumbnail for youtube video Building a car with principles for Scrum, Agile and Lean

Building a car with principles for Scrum, Agile and Lean

Joe Justice presented the opening keynote at the Scrum Global Gathering in London. The topic was how Agile, Lean, and Scrum can fit manufacturing. More specifically he talked about the development of the SGT01 – a 100 mpg, four-seat commuter car with a mid-engine and rear-wheel drive. This is an interesting keynote in large part […]

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