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How Many People Can You Manage as a Manager?

In my first management role, I “managed” one person.  My managee didn’t need much management. He guided me into how to manage him more than I managed him. He saved me from making too many mistakes. It was great practice for ...
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21 signs of BAD MANAGERS I met in my career as a software manager

21 signs of BAD MANAGERS I met in my career as a software manager:Bias against action or against planning, simply waiting or postponing for ever; embrace the status-quo Secrecy, not willing to share information. giving the feeli ...
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4 Signs That Agile is Declining-The Sequel

It’s been more than two years since I’ve wrote “4 signs that agile is declining”. I gave a talk at Agile Eastern Europe (which hopefully will be up soon) that revisited this topic. I went over  things I see today that hel ...
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My Product Management Manifesto

We live in California. Silicon Valley is in California. We must think big, because people with great aspirations came here from all over the world. They can make software even better than us. Here are some things we can do to sta ...
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Adding Appsec to Agile: Security Stories, Evil User Stories and Abuse(r) Stories

Because Agile development teams work from a backlog of stories, one way to inject application security into software development is by writing up application security risks and activities as stories, making them explicit and addin ...
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Micro-Scrum: A stamp-sized version of Scrum

“Show what you’ve done to someone who cares frequently” Are you working in the way you are because it’s a good idea, or just because someone told you to do it? I increasingly hear experienced professionals at Agile confere ...
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Agile Project Management with GreenHopper 6 Blueprints

An intuitive guide to efficiently track and manage projects in an agile way using GreenHopper for JIRA. Engineering methodologies are plan-based and very much predictive in nature. The disciplined and procedural nature of engineer ...
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3 Styles of agile (part 2)

In my last entry I set out what I call “3 Styles of Agile – Iterative, Incremental and Evolutionary.” In this entry I’d like to discuss the model as a whole. Lest anyone start “my style is better than your style” I ...
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Don’t let Somebody Else’s Technical Debt take you Under

There’s a lot written about technical debt: what technical debt is and the different kinds of technical debt, how to avoid taking on debt unnecessarily when designing and coding and changing code, how much technical debt is cost ...
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#NoProjects – why projects don’t make sense

In the last few months Steve Smith, myself and others have been Tweeting a lot with the hash tag #NoProjects. We have independently come to believe Projects are a smell, they are bad for our industry (the technology industry). Ste ...
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