Jon Kern's three keys to software development

Jon Kern's three keys to software development

Jon Kern's three keys to software development

Date: Mar 30, 2009

Peter Varhol, editorial director of TechTarget's application development media group, discusses a presentation by Jon Kern, an Agile Manifesto signatory, on the three keys to software development. Kern was one of the keynote speakers at The Server Side Java Symposium in March 2009. Kern's key concepts include separation of concerns, consistent architecture and agile design.

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