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AGILE DEVELOPMENT : LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE FIRST SCRUM

@inproceedings{2004AGILED,
  title={AGILE DEVELOPMENT : LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE FIRST SCRUM},
  author={},
  year={2004}
}
  • Published 2004
In 1993, at Easel Corporation in 1993, we we first applied the Scrum process to software development teams when we built the first object-oriented design and analysis (OOAD) tool that incorporated round-trip engineering. In a Smalltalk development environment, code was autogenerated from a graphic design tool, and any changes to the code from the Smalltalk integrated development environment (IDE) were immediately reflected back into design. 
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