Devnology podcast 032 - Philippe Kruchten
In this episode we talk with Philippe Kruchten about architecture and software development processes like Rup and Agile. Philippe discusses what he calls the Elephants in the Agile room, and we also discuss his take on academic research on software engineering. We talk about cognitive biases and reasoning fallacies. Be sure to listen to the full episode - as Philippe explains: context is king! :)
This interview was recorded on the 13th of august 2012 at the Vrije Universiteit(VU) in Amsterdam.
Links for this podcast:
- Book: : Thinking fast and slow by Nobel Prize winner in Economics Daniel Kahneman, 2011.
- Philip's blogpost on Elephants in the agile room.
- Article (pdf): The Frog and the Octopus: A conceptual model of software development. Philippe Kruchten, 2011.
- Video: Philippe interviews Lionel Briand about research on software engineering.
- Link: Alistair Cockburn's article on creating a walking skeleton.
- Link: The Jacquard program is mentioned as an example where academia and industry work together on research.
- Book: Books by Malcolm Gladwell were mentioned: Outliers and The Tipping Point.
This podcast was published on 12-09-2012 and lasts for 01:01:32 minutes