One of the most important expectations to set early on is about involvement in the process. Many project stakeholders accustomed to traditional-style development view their role in a software development project as akin to dropping a car off for service: You tell someone what you need done and come back at appointed time to pick […]
Software developers keep looking to CQRS as a software architecture to boost performance. But the more I work with companies the more I discover there’s a sweet spot where Theory of Constraints, Kanban, CQRS, Domain-Driven Design, EventStorming and UX blend together to solve ‘the really real problems’. Once you’re there, a land of opportunities ready […]
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 Test-Driven Development (TDD), big meetings, product ownership, UX stories, cognitive bias, ScrumMaster job description, test management in JIRA, #NoProjects, team performance and software testing culture.
Although many organizations are certified at SEI CMM Level 5, when a team hits a production snag, those certificates don’t carry much weight. People need IT heroes in the team to pull things through. Dependencies on folks who are technically competent, can think on their feet, and can manage time pressures increase that much more. […]