Jeffrey Fredrick is an internationally recognized CI expert and a technical evangelist at Urban Code. In this interview, Fredrick discusses how a software...
0 replies - 1284 views - 04/29/10 by Eric Hagan in Videos
Jeff Anderson wrote up his impressions from the extremely successful Lean Software and Systems Conference 2010. Jeff had a pretty good writeup and provides a...
1 replies - 2842 views - 04/27/10 by Jared Richardson in Articles
The current macroeconomic climate presents unparalleled opportunities
for those that can thrive with constrained resources. In this
0 replies - 7596 views - 04/20/10 by Nitin Bharti in Videos
Download Your Free Copy of DZone's Latest Refcard on Lean Software Development! The specific practices outlined in this DZone Refcard provide a
0 replies - 29900 views - 04/05/10 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Announcements
Kanban pioneer David Anderson recently submitted a manuscript of his new book for copy editing. The book is titled "Kanban - Successful Evolutionary...
1 replies - 7861 views - 03/28/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
There’s so much room for observations and analogies in the evolution
of production trends. Analogies are not merely a candy for the brain.
0 replies - 2056 views - 03/15/10 by Olga Kouzina in News
Yesterday I had a bit of an
argument on Twitter about differences between Scrum and
Kanban. Personally I don't care which is better than the other,
5 replies - 2585 views - 03/12/10 by Jurgen Appelo in News
Alan Atlas has a recent
blog post where he discusses agile, lean and scrum and suggests that you
can't truly achieve agility unless your company is fully...
3 replies - 1857 views - 03/11/10 by Mark Needham in News
When one looks at all the wastes, defects has to be the most obvious
one. The cost and repercussions of finding defects varies depending on...
1 replies - 3638 views - 03/10/10 by Jack Milunsky in News
A question that comes up a lot and is discussed at great length during Kanban conferences is whether or not you should move an item backwards on a Kanban...
0 replies - 6424 views - 02/10/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
Software development methodologies, like the technologies they produce, have have continued their march forward. 2009 saw some significant changes in how...
0 replies - 5304 views - 12/30/09 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
In 1979 a group
of western dignitaries visited Japan to learn more about the manufacturing
models that had been applied to great success....
4 replies - 14562 views - 12/23/09 by Richard Durnall in Articles
Wednesday I published a post called "Why is Agile so Hard to Sell?".
If you haven't checked out the comment thread, you should really take a
0 replies - 1054 views - 12/22/09 by Mike Cottmeyer in News
Seems like there's lots going on in the agile world right now. Lots
of talk about Lean and it's impact on Agile. Lots of attacks going on
1 replies - 1677 views - 12/14/09 by Artem Marchenko in News
Every year, the main reason why I go to Devoxx is to discover new
stuff. For me it’s all about technology watch. The internet and RSS
feeds are my main...
0 replies - 11688 views - 11/29/09 by Sebastien Arbogast in News
Many of us have come to love Scrum, including me. Scrum has been a
huge success overall and has turned many a development team around and
for the better. Yet...
3 replies - 3857 views - 09/29/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
One of the killers on software development projects is
Work-In-Progress. We have learned from the Lean experts, and from the
teachings on the Toyota...
0 replies - 5509 views - 09/08/09 by Jack Milunsky in Articles
It's been nine months since I created the Top 100 Best Software Engineering Books, Ever, with the best books ever released. I still refer to it when I want to...
0 replies - 22216 views - 03/04/09 by Jurgen Appelo in News
TerminologyIn the various descriptions of methods on Wikipedia I have noticed many different terms being used, like method, process, model, framework,
0 replies - 13139 views - 08/12/08 by Jurgen Appelo in Articles