Alistair Cockburn is a recognized expert on use cases. He is consulting fellow at Humans and Technology, where he is responsible for helping clients succeed with object-oriented projects.
Alistair Cockburn is a recognized expert on use cases. He has more than 20 years of experience leading projects in hardware and software development in insurance, retail, and e-commerce companies and in large organizations such as the Central Bank of Norway and IBM.
This book introduces Crystal Clear, a better lightweight methodology for building software. It describes the roles. Alistair Cockburn shows how small teams can be highly effective at developing fit-for-purpose software by following a few basic software development practices and by creating proper team dynamics. These small teams can be much more effective and predictable than much larger teams that follow overly bureaucratic and prescriptive development processes.
Alistair Cockburn /ˈælɪstər ˈkoʊbərn/ (born November 19, 1953) is an American computer scientist, known as one of the initiators of the agile movement in software development. He signed the Manifesto for Agile Software Development. Cockburn started studying the methods of object oriented (OO) software development for IBM. From 1994, he formed "Humans and Technology" in Salt Lake City. He obtained his degree in computer science at the Case Western Reserve University.
Alistair Cockburn is an internationally known IT strategist and project witchdoctor, voted one of the The All-Time Top 150 i-Technology Heroes. Best known for agile methods and writing effective use cases, his lastest work is the Heart of Agile. This site has been continually active since 1996. With apologies, it is now under reconstruction.
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In fact, Alistair Cockburn’s book, Crystal Clear: A Human-Powered Methodology for Small Teams may seem to muddy the water further. That is, until you read it, and discover Cockburn’s common-sense approach, borrowing the best-in-class from different camps. What’s In a Name? Crystal Clear is just one among many in the Crystal family of methodologies, which Cockburn describes as having a common genetic code.
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This book introduces Crystal Clear, a better lightweight methodology forbuilding software. It describes the roles, teams, values, intentions, habits,activities, policies and work products of a small software development team forwhom time-to-market and development costs are critical considerations. Alistair Cockburn is one of the founders of the Agile software developmentmovement. He spells out proven best practices based on his extensiveexperience helping organizations build software quickly and with less cost.