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Larman outlines the principles and best practices of iterative, evolutionary, and agile approaches to software development that emphasize collaboration and flexibility, illustrates those practices in an example system for tracking immigrants, and overviews the work products and core practices of the Scrum process, extreme programming, the unified process, and evolutionary project management (Evo).
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Craig Larman (born ca. 1958) is a Canadian computer scientist specializing in Iterative and incremental development, Agile software development, Object-oriented analysis, Object-oriented design, and agile modeling.
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