Peter Stevens Scrum Breakfast Blog

05-06-2013

XM Principle 3: Test-Driven Development

…also known as “red, green, refactor” Before Joe started building a car, he created a model for predicting fuel economy. He identified over 100 well known, […]
04-06-2013

XM Principle 2: Object-Oriented, Modular Architecture

In the software industry until the 1980’s, programs were developed on a procedural model. This led to extremely complex, unmaintainable solutions. A change to one part […]
03-06-2013

XM Principle 1: Optimize for change

What happens if an engineer comes up with a way to build a safer car door? Can that new door be deployed right away? No. A […]
03-06-2013

Extreme Manufacturing Explained

In 2008, Joe Justice responded to a challenge from the X-Prize competition to create a road-legal 100mpg automobile. Despite having little time, hardly any budget, competition […]