In response to a recent article, I spoke to Jez Humble about Go:
Me: Who are you, and what do you do for Go?
Jez: I wear a couple of hats: I am product...
1 replies - 4298 views - 12/14/10 by Julian Simpson in News
Nonlinear systems, like software projects, are complex because causes and effects are not easily distinguished.
Complex systems are called complex...
0 replies - 1961 views - 12/14/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
At XPDays Benelux I was fortunate to accidentally attended Agile Community Vision with StrategicPlay by Olaf Lewitz and Yves Hanoulle. If you are curious how...
0 replies - 895 views - 12/13/10 by Michael Sahota in News
1 replies - 10312 views - 12/13/10 by Julian Simpson in News
One hour, but this can be extended or contracted as needed.
Pencils, paper, timer, and a collection of pictures (royalty...
1 replies - 4034 views - 12/09/10 by Michael Norton in News
recently wrote an article about agile development for InPublishing,
which as the name suggests is a trade magazine for the publishing...
1 replies - 2732 views - 12/08/10 by Kelly Waters in News
How to use complexity thinking to combine Agile software development with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
This is a new presentation I did yesterday...
1 replies - 2590 views - 12/08/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
I am delighted to announce that the new sponsor of my blog is Aldon, who have just announced the release of a new project management application...
1 replies - 2087 views - 12/07/10 by Kelly Waters in News
At the end of the 1990's I made a personal push-back against
using slides in presentations, as I was tired by poorly designed
0 replies - 6120 views - 12/06/10 by Martin Fowler in News
than one software development team has encountered the situation when
the team want to be more “Agile”, the...
0 replies - 2467 views - 12/06/10 by Allan Kelly in News
This is the story of a doomed software business. Any resemblance to existing businesses is purely coincidental.
Once, in a land far far away, there was a...
1 replies - 3128 views - 12/04/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
The post today was brought to you by... my hellish commute and those in the Washington DC metropolitan area who help create it. Thanks!
0 replies - 441 views - 12/03/10 by Derek Huether in News
Establishing Code Quality Standards
Mandate via Manual
A client of LeanDog
was looking for a way to introduce code quality standards to their
6 replies - 11250 views - 12/03/10 by Michael Norton in News
ComputerWorld, November 22, 2010, has this: "Open Source Grows Up".
The news of the weird is "It's clear that open-source software has...
1 replies - 4178 views - 12/03/10 by Steven Lott in Articles
One of the biggest problems in software development is the "DONE" problem. We have in our possession a stack of index cards representing user stories...
2 replies - 14046 views - 12/03/10 by Matt Stine in Articles
I’ve always been puzzled why Kanban attracts so much attention in the
agile community. At its essence Kanban is workqueue on a wall. Why
would any team,...
1 replies - 1500 views - 12/02/10 by Peter Schuh in News
I had the honor of presenting at Chicago Code Camp this week on the
topic of technical debt. For those of you who know me, you know this is a
topic I feel...
1 replies - 4843 views - 12/01/10 by Michael Norton in News
One of the first things I like to do with my clients, is help them
identify their major investment themes, and how those investment themes
0 replies - 3514 views - 11/30/10 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Stairs made it "easier"
I definitely have to give the nod to Jon Stahl on this
one. I'm not sure where he got the idea. I've not asked. But it...
1 replies - 1051 views - 11/30/10 by Michael Norton in News
Here are 20 simple things you can do to boost your agile development career. Of course they are not unique to agile...
1 replies - 1095 views - 11/30/10 by Kelly Waters in News