SPaMCAST 576 features a discussion on learning and experimentation with Kim Pries. Kim has coded, tested, lead, and is an author. He has also delivered pointed advice as the Software Sensei. Today we discussed the relationship between learning and experimentation which is at the heart of growing as you practice software development.
Re-Read Saturday News
In this week’s installment of our re-read of Thinking, Fast and Slow we talk about the collision of utility theory and prospect theory, overweighting vivid outcomes, and denominator neglect.
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The current installment of Re-read Saturday:
SPaMCAST 577 will feature our essay on simple approaches to backlog prioritization. Sometimes a straightforward approach will fit the bill!
We will also talk with Susan Parente.