SCM in 2020 and beyond - Alessandro Notte
The origins of SCM date back to the early 1960s. We are now fast approaching 2020 and many
things will be (and are already) different from how they were 60 years ago.
What consequences will that have for how SCM is carried out?
- What "old things" are not so useful in new contexts?
- What "old principles" need to be implemented in new ways?
- What "SCM wisdom" is ignored in some new contexts?
- What "new tricks" does SCM need to learn to remain "competetive"?