2015 had many new milestones related to technology. One such was IoT – or Internet of Things. I was amused by the nomenclature when I first heard of this – why ‘things’ – usually, to me, a thing is...Read More
Category: Software development
I came across this classification of defects in a book called Total Quality Management for Software, Edited by Gordon Schulmeyer and James I McManus. You might find it interesting. A – Algorithm B – Blunder C –...Read More
Here is an update from Rekha, one of the team member from the teams I was coaching. I am working on TSK-206, I took the build, tried to test on ST-OS1 setup, was unable to test. Then I tried ST-OS3, then Nithin told me that he...Read More
The Daily Scrum is one ceremony that the teams following Scrum adopt quickly. There are some hiccups initially, which are sorted out, often with inputs from the coach/guide. The ceremony is on time and at fixed time, occurs even...Read More
For quite some time, I have been wanting to write a piece titled “Contractual Contretemps” which would be of help to Project/Delivery Managers. It has a nice ring to it, I think. There were other close contenders for...Read More
Many are curious to know what kind of transformation one can expect through the PM coaching. Sharing one instance of it as an illustration. Please note that each participant and their transformation is unique in itself,...Read More
I recently read a book – More Joel on Software. Joel Spolsky, known for his blog was one of my favorite authors and thinkers since the 90s. Joel has very strong opinions on many aspects related to software development....Read More
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