Many users blame themselves for errors that occur when using technology, thinking that maybe they did something wrong. You must reverse this belief if you want to be an effective tester. Here is a rule of thumb: If something unexpected occurs, don’t blame yourself; blame the technology.
Three years after writing “An Agile Adoption & Transformation Survival Guide: Working with Culture”, Michael Sahota shares the highlights of what he has learned. Some of it is around thinking tools such as the Laloux Culture Model and some of it is around his inner journey to reach a place where he could really help […]
Methods & Tools – the free e-magazine for software developers, testers and project managers – has just published its Summer 2015 issue that discusses Software Gardening, Software Entropy, Hybrid Requirements, Lean UX and agileMantis.
If having fun is what most programmers do, you may begin to understand why managing programmers is so challenging. If you are being paid to have fun, why would you want to be managed? Being managed takes part of the fun out of the work!