Finally Crossing the IoT Chasm?

I gave my first Internet of things (IoT) presentation over a decade ago. The response was overwhelming, and I have been waiting for the IoT tidal wave to land ever since. Strangely, it has not. Why not? Fast-forward through those ten years, and I have learned countless lessons. This presentation reviews the strengths and weakness […]

Software Development Conferences Forecast May 2017

Here is a list of software development related conferences and events on Agile project management ( Scrum, Lean, Kanban), software testing and software quality, software architecture, programming (Java, .NET, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, PHP), DevOps and databases (NoSQL, MySQL, etc.) that will take place in the coming weeks and that have media partnerships with the Methods […]

Toward Evolutionary Software Design and Architecture

Projects that don’t change are the ones that get canceled. Any relevant and useful software has to continuously evolve. Agile development greatly emphasizes an evolutionary approach to software design and software architecture. That’s because big up-front design and architecture are risky. But the evolutionary approach also has risks. This session starts with a quick discussion […]

Software Development Linkopedia May 2017

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 practical Agile, software developers types and interview, giving feedback, error handling for .NET, unfinished user stories, mobile testing with Appium, dealing with pesky people and the product owner role.

Quote of the Month May 2017

What happens if you intervene and they still don’t fix the stand-up? Remember, the accomplishments and bumps are theirs, not yours. Agile works when they learn how to rely on one another. It has nothing to do with you looking good as a coach. So, if they do not improve, accept it for now, and […]