This month I was invited by the FaMAF and Eclypsium to talk about “ADUF – Adaptable Design Up Front”. The FaMAF is the Faculty of Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics and Computing of the National University of Cordoba, in Argentina. Eclypsium is a company focused on Firmware and Hardware Security which has an R&D center in Cordoba.
Synopsis: This talk tries to answer the question: “How much Design Up Front should be done in an Agile project?” Hayim presents his approach of Adaptable Design Up Front (ADUF), describing its rationale, applications in practice and comparison to other approaches such as Emergent Design.
Bio: Hayim Makabee was born in Rio de Janeiro. He immigrated to Israel in 1992 and completed his M.Sc. studies on Computer Sciences at the Technion. Since then he worked for several hi-tech companies, including also some start-ups. Currently he is the CEO at KashKlik. He was also a co-founder of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) in Israel. Hayim is the author of a book about Object-Oriented Programming and has published papers in the fields of Software Engineering, Distributed Systems, Machine Learning and Behavioral Economics.
These are the original slides of Hayim’s presentation:
ADUF – Adaptable Design Up Front from Hayim Makabee
Here is the video of the entire talk (in Spanish):
Special thanks to Daniel Gutson and Nicolás Wolovick who invited me to give this talk.
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