Back to Agile's basics
Robert C. Martin, aka Uncle Bob, joined the show to talk about the practices of Agile. Bob has written a series of books in order to pass down the wisdom he’s gained over his 50 year software career — books like Clean Architecture, Clean Code, The Clean Coder, The Software Craftsman, and finally Clean Agile — which is the focus of today’s discussion. We cover the origins of his “Uncle Bob” nickname, the Agile Manifesto, why Agile is best suited for developing software, how it applies today, communication patterns for teams, co-location vs distributed, and more importantly Bob shares his “why” for writing this book.
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Hey guys! Just started listening to your podcast, it is a greate and entertaining listening while commuting to the work! :))
This episode was nice, and i saw a lot of myself in what Uncel Bob was saying (i have to work on my work ethics and attitude to managers;))…epecially the things he said about having 10 or more computer on our self etc, it reminded me of the TV series Revolution! That would be a scary scenario.
Jerod co-hosts The Changelog, crashes JS Party, and takes out the trash (his old code) once in awhile.
Happy you found us @mith87 and happy to hear you enjoyed the conversation! 💚💚💚
I haven’t heard of Revolution, will have to check it out!