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Christiane Floyd is one of the pioneers of computer science – she was the first female computer science professor in Germany and held the first chair for software technology. In this episode of the videocast, Eberhard Wolff speaks with Christiane Floyd about the concept of “human-centered software development”. What is meant is an approach that implemented essential elements of agile development back in the eighties. It is also about the experiences that led to the development of the approach.

Once again, this episode of will be broadcast at the same time as a second stream in which Lisa Maria Moritz will paint live sketchnotes on the explanations by Floyd and Wolff – underlaid with the audio track from the main stream.

The broadcast will take place tomorrow, Friday, July 9, 2021 at 12 noon (CET), the episode will be available as a recording afterwards. During the live stream, questions can be answered via Twitch or YouTube chat, per Twitter an @ewolff or anonymously with the form on the videocast website bring in. is a videocast by Eberhard Wolff, blogger and podcaster on heise Developer and well-known software architect in the service of the IT consulting company INNOQ. Since June 2020, well over 60 episodes have been created that illuminate different areas of software architecture – sometimes with guests, sometimes Wolff solo. Ties for over a year heise Developer the new episodes streamed via YouTube in the online channel so that viewers can follow the videocast from the Heise media.

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