📄️ Waterfall (1956)
The Waterfall is an software development methodology that uses a linear approach in which each phase must be completed before the next one can begin.
📄️ Scrum (1995)
Scrum is an agile project management framework that helps teams structure and manage their work through a set of values, principles, and practices.
📄️ Extreme programming (1998)
A software development methodology that optimizes the software development process by creating good quality programs while considering constantly shifting end-user demands.
📄️ The Agile Manifesto (2001)
In 2001, 17 renowned software developers met at a resort in Snowbird, Utah, to discuss lightweight development methods. Together they published the Manifesto for Agile Software Development.
📄️ Lean UX (2008)
Lean UX is a mindset, culture, and a process that embraces Lean-Agile methods that implements functionality in minimum viable increments and determines success by measuring results against a benefit hypothesis.
📄️ Kanban (2010)
Kanban is a visual framework for managing and tracking work items in software development. It emphasizes small, incremental changes and limiting work in progress to optimize workflow.
📄️ The three ways (2013)
📄️ Product-led growth (2016)
Product-led growth (PLG) is a business methodology in which user acquisition, expansion, conversion, and retention are all driven primarily by the product itself.
📄️ #noprojects (2018)
📄️ FAST Agile (2022)
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