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Angela

A  b i t   a b o u t   m e. 
I am a part-time member of Victoria's PhD Programme and I work full-time as an IT Consultant in London.  If you are interested in further detail "about me", please check out my resume

When I'm not studying or working on IT projects I can often be found wandering around with camera in hand or riding my motorcycle.   

R e s e a r c h.

My area of research is the customer role in agile projects, in particular XP projects. My publications include:

Martin, A., Biddle, R., and Noble, J., Proceedings of the Second Agile Development Conference,  The XP Customer Role in Practice: Three Case Studies. To appear 2004.

Martin, A., Biddle, R., and Noble, J., Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering, Jutta Eckstein & Hubert Baumeister (Ed.), When XP Met Outsourcing. To appear 2004.

Martin, A., Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering, Jutta Eckstein & Hubert Baumeister (Ed.), Exploring the XP Customer Role - Part II. To appear 2004.

Biddle, R., Martin, A., and Noble, J. Noname: Notes on Reuse. In Proceedings of the Onward Track at OOPSLA 03, the ACM conference on Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications, Anaheim, USA, 2003.

Martin, A., Biddle, R., and Noble, J. How Do XP, Scrum & ASD Build the Right Software?. In Coldeway, J., McBreen, P., and Poppendieck, M. (Eds.), Proceedings of the OOPSLA Workshop on Are Agile Methods Really Different?, Anaheim, California, USA, 2003.  http://poppendieck.com/.

Martin, A., Biddle, R., and Noble, J. The Tale of Three Companies: A Story About Inter-Organisational Contract Structures in Agile Development. In Poppendieck, M., Poppendieck, T. (Eds.), Proceedings of the OOPSLA Workshop on Agile Contracts, Anaheim, California, USA, 2003.  http://poppendieck.com/.

Martin, A., Noble, J., and Biddle, R. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering, Giancarlo Succi (Ed.), Being Jane Malkovich: A Look into the World of an XP Customer. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2675, Springer-Verlag. 2003.
[The slides from this presentation are available in pdf format here ]

Martin, A. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering, Giancarlo Succi (Ed.), Exploring the XP Customer Role. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2675, Springer-Verlag. 2003.

Martin, A., Chawner, B., Biddle, R. and Noble, J. Requirements with XP and the Open Source Customer. In Brian Fitzgerald and David Parnas, editors, Proceedings of the Workshop on Free and Open Source Software, Genoa, Italy, 2003.

Martin, A. A case study: exploring the role of customers on eXtreme programming projects, CS-TR-03-1. School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, 2002


P h o t o g r a p h y.

Check out the photos I took in 2003 while sightseeing in Italy, available in a powerpointpdf file - note for best results when viewing the pdf file you should click the "rotate view clockwise" button on the tool bar.

I have now started to use an online photo album web site, so if you'd like to see some of my recent photos please check them out at photopia.

 





 

 

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