|Name Craig Larman|
Keynote practices for scaling lean and agile development by craig larman
Craig Larman (born ca. 1958) is a Canadian computer scientist specializing in Iterative and incremental development, Agile software development, Object-oriented analysis, Object-oriented design, and agile modeling. He is the author of several texts on large scale Scrum.
- Keynote practices for scaling lean and agile development by craig larman
- Craig larman evening session introduction to large scale scrum less
- Selected publications
Craig larman evening session introduction to large scale scrum less
Larman received his B.Sc. and in 1985 his M.Sc., both in computer science, from the Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he got familiarized with the fields of object-oriented programming, artificial intelligence, and case-based reasoning.
During his studies Larman started working as independent product developer in 1978 in Vancouver. After graduation in 1985 he switched to Organizational Design consultancy. Currently, he is chief scientist at Valtech, a technology consulting and skills transfer organization based in Paris, France.
Larman also serves as an independent author and consultant with a focus on organizational redesign and systems thinking for businesses and organizations adopting iterative and agile practices, agile modeling, or OOA/D, and he has been helpful in forensic investigations with failed software projects and as an expert witness in legal disputes.
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