Brian Marick, a graduate of the University of Illinois, was a software testing specialist in the 90's, an Agile software development specialist in the 00's, and concentrates on programming in Ruby and Clojure in the 2nd decade of the 21st century. Marick is an author of the Agile Manifesto that launched the Agile software development movement, an early proponent of the Context-Driven school of testing, and author of three books.
- Marick, Brian (1995). The Craft of Software Testing: Subsystem Testing Including Object-based and Object-oriented Testing. Prentice-Hall. ISBN 0131774115.
- Marick, Brian (2007). Everyday Scripting with Ruby: For Teams, Testers, and You. Pragmatic Bookshelf. ISBN 0-9776166-1-4.
- Marick, Brian (2008). "A manglish way of working: Agile software development". In Andrew Pickering and Keith Guzik. The mangle in practice: Science, Society, and Becoming. Duke university press. ISBN 0822343738.
- Marick, Brian (2009). Programming Cocoa with Ruby. Pragmatic Bookshelf. ISBN 978-1-93435-619-7.
- Marick's web site
- Exploration Through Example - blog
- Artisanal Retrofuturism Crossed With Team-Scale Anarcho-Syndicalism
|This biographical article relating to a technologist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|