Agile Pop Quiz

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November 10, 2018

Agile Pop Quiz

Played at the Melbourne Agile & Scrum Meetup group 10th Anniversary celebration.

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November 10, 2018
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  2. Agile Pop Quiz • Self-select into teams of roughly equal

    size • Take a form and pen • For each picture write down against the applicable number your team’s best guess of the person / topic and the year of origin • You can only use your wetware! • At the end, swap forms with another team and mark their answers • There might be prizes (judged by Craig)!
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  22. 1 3M Post-it™ Notes. Dr Spencer Silver (1968) or Art

    Fry (1977)
  23. 2 Extreme Programming. 1996 Kent Beck

  24. 3 Frederick Winslow Taylor. 1856 – 1915 Scientific Management (Taylorism)

  25. 4 Holacracy. 2007 Brian Robertson

  26. 5 Crystal methodologies. Mid-1990s Alistair Cockburn

  27. 6 Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). 2011 Dean Leffingwell

  28. 7 ‘The New New Product Development Game’. 1986 Hirotaka Takeuchi

    & Ikujiro Nonaka
  29. 8 ‘A Spiral Model of Software Development and Enhancement’. 1988

    Barry W. Boehm
  30. 9 #agileBaby. 2015 LAST Conference

  31. 10 Test Driven Development. 1998 Kent Beck & Erich Gamma

  32. 11 Scrum Framework. 1995 Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland

  33. 12 Martie the Management 3.0 Monster. 2010 Jurgen Appelo

  34. 13 Jira. 2002 Atlassian Software (A truncation of Gojira, the

    Japanese word for Godzilla, a reference to the competitor, Bugzilla)
  35. 14 The Manhattan Project. 1939 – 1946 Agile Project Management?

  36. 15 Modern Agile. 2014 Joshua Kerievsky

  37. 16 LAST Conference. 2012 Melbourne

  38. 17 Serverless / FaaS Programming. 2018 Simon Wardley

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