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[30 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]

As Agile becomes widely accepted as a software development approach, many large organizations have adopted it, mainly in its Scrum form to reduce development cycle. There might be even a fair share of adopters that are trying really to apply Agile values. If the topic of scaling Agile has been discussed for many years and you can read the excellent books of Graig Larman and Bas Vodde on this topic. We have also recently seen the emergence of proprietary” approaches, like SAFE, to achieve this goal.

[16 Sep 2014 | Comments Off | ]

The important thing is not your process, the important thing is the process for improving your process.

[3 Sep 2014 | Comments Off | ]

SEMAT (Software Engineering Method and Theory) is an initiative to reshape software engineering such that software engineering qualifies as a rigorous discipline. SEMAT and Essence are big thinking for software developers.

[17 Feb 2014 | Comments Off | ]

The maddening thing about most of our organizations is that they are only as good as the people who staff them. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could get around that natural limit, and have good organizations even though they were staffed by mediocre or incompetent people? Nothing could be easier—all we need is (trumpet fanfare, please) a Methodology.

[5 Dec 2013 | Comments Off | ]

I have recently added the 3000th article on Softdevarticles.com. This directory provides pointers to articles that cover all areas of software development: programming, software quality, (project) management, databases, requirements, process improvement, ….