Monthly Archives: May 2012

Leftovers

Nobody likes leftovers.  What does that have to do with Software Development? In a traditional software development program, one of the common discussions is around determining the severity of defects and what kinds, and how many, are acceptable in the … Continue reading

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Focus

One of the reasons that Scrum focuses on accomplishment of small tasks is the tendency of people and teams to lose focus.  Interesting things come up, and unless people are constantly reminded of the tasks they needed to complete, they … Continue reading

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Who is driving?

I’ve seen discussions on the Web about who is and should be driving your project decisions.  Should you be totally business driven?  Maybe that’s starving your ability to address and correct technical debt?  Well, then, should you be technology driven? … Continue reading

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