Our page on Agile history starts in the mid 1990s with the rise of object orientated (OO) software languages, frameworks, and tools. However the people that were involved in forming the ideas around the Light weight methods conference that produced the Agile manifesto and then all that followed. Here we covered pre-agile history because it shows where meta-physical software development came from with respect to traditional physical project management, physical operational management, mass manufacturing, product development, and physical architecture. Following this page we should have an excellent understanding of how agile was formed and where software development is taking us in the world of Cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML).
1977 – Christopher Alexander: Patterns in Architecture
Kent Beck was influenced by the work of Christopher Alexander and his ideas on patterns in architecture in buildings and environment urban design. Alexander wrote a book with
Frameworks, Models, Approaches, and Methods
Key people worth a mention
Reading & References
Reference material and further reading on the subject