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Presentation: Kent Beck on Responsive Design

| by Amr Elssamadisy on Jun 04, 2009. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |

In this presentation at QCon San Francisco, Kent Beck gives us insight into how he designs software. In his words, he hopes to share:

The current state of my understanding of my own ability to design software. I'm hoping that my experiences will connect with other people's experiences.

Kent starts out by telling us exactly what he means by Responsive Design, and what he sees as the goal of development, and gives his definition of design. 

Kent then goes on to share four design strategies he uses repeatedly:

  • Leap
  • Parallel
  • Stepping Stone
  • Simplification

Watch this presentation to get an inside look into how one of the best developers in the software community approaches software development.

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cropped video by Denis Miller

where can i find the continuation?

Re: cropped video by Amr Elssamadisy

where can i find the continuation?


Hi Denis, the video is complete. It should be just over 1hr 14min.

Re: cropped video by Enrico Mangano

The video cropped for me too, at about minute 24.

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