Scrum Log Jeff Sutherland

Scrum is an Agile development framework that Jeff Sutherland invented at Easel Corporation in 1993. Jeff worked with Ken Schwaber to formalize Scrum at OOPSLA'95. Together, they extended and enhanced Scrum at many software companies and helped write the Agile Manifesto.

Sunday, December 09, 2007

HICSS 2008: Schedule of Agile Papers

Wild man Evan Campbell demonstrates Type C Scrum at HICSS 2007

Agile Software Development: Lean, Distributed, and Scalable
Co-Chairs: Jeff Sutherland and Hubert Smits
HICSS 41, January 7-10, 2008 - Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort
Waikoloa, Big Island, Hawaii

ST 1 Thursday; Kona 3; 8:00 9:30
Bridge Methods: Complementary Steps Integrating Agile Development Tools and Methods with Formal Process Methodologies
Stephen J. Cohen and William H. Money
Rolling Out Agile in a Large Enterprise
Gabrielle Benefield
Great Scrums Need Great Product Owners: Unbounded Collaboration and Collective Product Ownership (in competition for best paper)
Ken H. Judy and Ilio Krumins-Beens

ST 2 Thursday; Kona 3; 10:00 11:30
Effects of Agile Methods on Website Quality for Electronic Commerce
David F. Rico
A Case Study: Introducing eXtreme Programming in a US Government System Development Project
Ann Fruhling, Patrick McDonald, and Christopher Dunbar
Retrofitting Cyber Physical Systems for Survivability through External Coordination
Kun Xiao, Shangping Ren, and Kevin Kwiat
Scrum and CMMI Level 5: The Magic Potion for Code Warriors
Jeff Sutherland, Carsten Ruseng Jakobsen, and Kent Johnson