Getting Started with Lean Software Development
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About the Authors:
Curt Hibbs co-leads the Boeing team responsible for the adoption of Lean and Agile software engineering practices across Boeing’s Defense, Space & Security business unit. He has been a software engineer for 30+ years, and during that time he has done just about everything related to developing software products, from working for WordStar, Hewlett Packard, the C.I.A, and more, to being the CTO of several startups.
Steve Jewett is a software developer with the Boeing Company, where he is involved in the development of cognitive decision support systems. Over a 25 year career he has developed software for automated test equipment, weapon/aircraft integration, embedded systems and desktop and web applications. He currently leads an agile software development team and works to promote Lean-Agile software development at Boeing.
Mike Sullivan has over 6 years of experience teaching at the university level, and has spent the last 5+ years working with software teams in small companies and large corporations to drive valuable solutions and improve team dynamics. He is currently working in a small research team within a large corporation, implementing Lean techniques to improve the software his team delivers.
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