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The good Agile demand curve

I’ve been slow with this entry on Agile and the Demand Curve, apologies. Part of the reason for the delay is software demand is not simple. In my last entry on software economics ...
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What an Agile Project needs for success

In my previous posts I explained about the Attitude of a Great Software Developer and Attitude of a Great Software Tester.  I am a huge fan of Agile methodologies.  I believe, if ...
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Acceptance Tests as Specifications

In my previous article about acceptance testing I wrote about how tools like FitNesse and Cucumber focus on collaboration between developers and testers. Of course that’s not ...
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11 Reasons why products fail in the market

Not all the product ideas get transformed into actual products.  Only a few pass that stage and get to the market as a Product.  And there are even fewer products that are actually ...
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Give Credit Generously

I had a boss who was great at saying, “Terri did this. Jen did that. JR did this other thing.” We all knew who had learned about different areas of the system, who had succeeded ...
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Stop Telling Stories

There are beautiful, simple ideas in today’s Agile development methods that work really well. And some that don’t. Like defining all of your requirements as User Stories. I don’t ...
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11 areas an Agile Project Manager needs to focus on

In my previous posts I focused on the Attitudes of a Great Software Developer and the Attitudes of a Great Software Tester. An Agile project’s success also depends a lot on the ...
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When something works, share it!

When I joined PaddyPower in October 2012 I was asked to improve quality without affecting throughput.  I studied the teams for a couple of months and I came up with this model ...
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Agile, Agile, Agile. What is so different about Agile for Developers and Testers?

The word Agile has taken the software world by storm. Agile has grown well past it’s hype cycle. People have got increasing awareness about Agile, however doubts still remain ...
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Appsec’s Agile Problem

Agile development has a serious Appsec problem. Most Agile development teams suck at building secure software. But one of the reasons for this is that Appsec has a serious Agile ...
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