Interview with Ivar Jacobson - Part 2
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The inside story of the history of UML; how did it all start? Who was involved? How did it become a standard and a success?
Dr. Ivar Jacobson is a father of components and component architecture, use cases, the Unified Modeling Language and the Rational Unified Process. He has contributed to modern business modeling and aspect-oriented software development. Lately he has been working on a smarter way to deal with methods and tools in a superlight and agile way. He has developed a practice concept that is now being adopted by both developers and tool vendors. Right now he is working with a team of software leaders with the mission to build a widely-adopted, strong foundation under software engineering, tentatively called Methods Need Theory.
He is the principal author of six influential and best-selling books.