Customers are at the heart of everything we do. This seems obvious, right? Yet all too often we assume shared understanding of who our customer or users are. What their needs are, why we’re building a feature for them – and that they even care about it. We have to remember we are not our […]
Here is a list of the articles published during the second quarter of 2017 on the Methods & Tools website. This quarter Methods & Tools has published articles discussing the Ada language, eslastic deadlines. We also published two articles presenting open source software testing tools: InversifyJS and Codetrack.
What’s in a programming paradigm? How did the major paradigms come to be, and why? Once we’ve sworn our love to one paradigm, does a program written under any other still smell as sweet? Can functional programmers learn anything from the object-oriented paradigm, or vice versa?
Avoid using defect tracking systems during the iteration. Fix bugs discovered in the work underway for the iteration immediately. If it takes a lot of work, create a task in the Spring backlog. However, there is usually no need to log this bug in the defect tracking system. Logging it would only create another work […]