Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about software requirements, scrum planning, clean code, product owners, visual thinking, software architecture, cross-browser testing and programming in Java.
Healthy, high-performing teams decide how they are organized, how they work, and what tools and processes they use. To do this, they need to be held accountable for the value and quality of results they deliver, not micro-managed on how to get those results.
Here is a list of the articles published during the fourth quarter of 2019 on the Methods & Tools website. This quarter Methods & Tools has published articles about choosing between Microservices and Serverless architectures and a presentation of the MantisBT open source bug tracking tool and the 2-plan Desktop …
They say that “you get what you measure”, and we have all seen it happen. “We need to get the coverage up!” followed by software developers frantically writing tests that might not actually test anything. Coverage is up. Quality? Not so much.
The reoccurring question for all Product Owners is: What should be built? It occurs in sprint planning: What should be built this sprint? It occurs in thinking about the near future: What should be built next? And it occurs when thinking further out: What should be built next year?