The Weekly ReBoot - Mini Hack #2 Put It On a Wall

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This weeks episode is a Mini Hack, the second in our Mini Hack episodes and it’s all about Visual working, just “Put it on a wall” please.

Big Visible Chart was a concept that originated from the C2 wiki in 1999, see more about the C2 wiki here:

A bunch of the original signatories of the Agile Manifesto were contributors to the wiki, namely: Kent Beck and Martin Fowler. Kent used the term Big Visible Chart in the book Extreme Programming explained but later attributed it to Fowler.

And XP or Extremem Programming an Agile software development process was born of the ways they were working back then.

Alistair Cockburn coined the term Information Radiator in 2001, using a metaphor that likened the movement of information to the dispersion of heat and gas.

Ron Jeffries has by far the most eloquent capture of Big Visible Chart concepts here.

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Alexandra Stokes