I think almost everyone I know in the software development field
has a deep hatred for patents and the way they've been used in our
field. I've had a...
4 replies - 7903 views - 08/06/11 by Martin Fowler in News
If you’re getting started with Agile, you’ve probably heard a lot of terms and may not know what they all mean. This post will define the key Agile terms...
0 replies - 2878 views - 08/06/11 by Ben Harden in News
I recently spoke with a colleague who’s a little confused. John
was just promoted to being the development manager in a small
1 replies - 1321 views - 08/05/11 by Johanna Rothman in News
I am currently working on a startup project for my own company, and
this has been part of the reason for the long hiatus of this blog, as
1 replies - 1473 views - 08/05/11 by Wille Faler in News
Desktop application development is traditionally done in waterfall
development mode. Specifications and requirements are gathered over a
period of months...
1 replies - 1216 views - 08/04/11 by Daniel Ackerson in News
good leader has to be a visionary, a teacher, a motivator, a
0 replies - 2510 views - 08/04/11 by Jim Highsmith in News
A few months ago, I announced Rabu,
a project focused on creating wonderful relationships between Agile
teams and their customers. Today I'm proud to...
0 replies - 691 views - 08/04/11 by James Shore in News
I am noticing a troubling trend with many of the organizations I
interact with. The project teams have a release date, a relatively fixed
team size, and...
1 replies - 2020 views - 08/03/11 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
The source code for this episode is available here. Visit the Let's Play archive for more episodes! Many thanks to Danny Jones for figuring out the HD...
0 replies - 767 views - 08/03/11 by James Shore in News
This updated article was originally published in Business Computing World, July 2010.
Software development project failures can prove very expensive and...
0 replies - 1092 views - 08/03/11 by Julian Holmes in News
For those of you who follow All Things Agile, SQE has acquired Agile Journal.
And, with that acquisition, comes a few changes. Russell Pannone, our...
1 replies - 1214 views - 08/02/11 by Johanna Rothman in News
that's struck me is the habit of using the same function name for a
getter and a setter. So...
0 replies - 882 views - 08/02/11 by Martin Fowler in News
Since I posted last week about using a simple kanban to structure workshops, I’ve used the technique with several other clients and have made some subtle but...
0 replies - 1502 views - 08/01/11 by Benjamin Mitchell in News
When I'm providing training or giving a talk on Agile Software
Development, I love to shock the attendees with the following statement:
6 replies - 4594 views - 08/01/11 by Dave Rooney in News
Last week we talk about Hide Delegate as a tool for conforming to the Law of Demeter, and avoiding continuously scavenging the object graph in all directions....
0 replies - 4844 views - 08/01/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Every team needs leadership, even self-organizing teams.
When I make this statement, some people assume I mean that every team
needs a designated leader. ...
1 replies - 1209 views - 07/30/11 by Esther Derby in News
The source code for this episode is available here. Visit the Let's Play archive for more episodes!
Many thanks to Danny Jones for figuring...
0 replies - 639 views - 07/30/11 by James Shore in News
Camp Toronto was above all a great networking opportunity since there
were lot’s of breaks between sessions for...
0 replies - 1919 views - 07/29/11 by Michael Sahota in News
One of my favorite soundbites is: if it hurts, do it more
often. It has the happy property of seeming nonsensical on the
surface, but yielding some valuable...
0 replies - 1938 views - 07/29/11 by Martin Fowler in News
Because I’m a consultant, I receive emails with a question, “Do
you consult in <fill in this blank>?” Many times I do. But the
0 replies - 765 views - 07/29/11 by Johanna Rothman in News