The Software Process and Measurement Cast 370 features my discussion with Greger Wikstrand. Greger and I discussed his article titled “Should you distrust Agile?” and other topics. Greger discussed why some people distrust Agile and whether you and your customers should also distrust Agile software development. After you listen to the podcast, read Greger’s blog on the topic.
Greger Wikstrand, Ph.D. M.Sc. is a TOGAF 9 certified enterprise architect with an interest in e-heatlh, m-health and all things agile as well as processes, methods and tools. Greger Wikstrand works as a CTO at Capgemini where he alternates between enterprise advisory services, business development and working with thought leadership.
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Re-Read Saturday News
Remember that the Re-Read Saturday of The Mythical Man-Month is winding down (we will pick things up next week). We will tackle the essay titled “The Mythical Man-Month 20 Years Later” Check out the new installment at Software Process and Measurement Blog. What would you like the next re-read book to be? Please vote on the blog!
Currently, we have a tight battle between:
Details on 2016 Conferences that include QAI Quest and StarEast to name a few in a few weeks.
The next Software Process and Measurement Cast will feature our article on Focus and the Pomodoro technique. A discussion on focus during the festive this season might be helpful for making sure you can get to everything that needs to be done. We will also include Steve Tendon discussing the next chapter in his new book, Tame The Flow. Finally, we will anchor the cast with a visit to the QA Corner with Jeremy Berriault.
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