Peter Merel

Peter Merel has been a professional programmer for over 40 years. His software products control a third of the world's oil infrastructure as well as most of Australia's international telecommunications network. He ran the second XP project in the 90s, was credited in the first XP book, keynoted the first XP conference, invented the first agile training game, and wrote the first open source wiki-engine, which served the first version of Wikipedia.

5 years ago he founded the XSCALE Alliance, a Gartner-recognised Linux-style ecosystem of independent agnostic agilists that integrates DevOps with Descaling, Business Agility, and Breadth-First Product Management.

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