Recently I had the opportunity to lead an assessment of Business Excellence at one of the...Read More
Tag: Software Development
This is probably the most frequently asked question that I have received. In many sessions when I introduce the concept of DevOps and some characteristics, after the first 30 minutes or so, the question is a variation of:...Read More
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
One question that I get asked frequently is whether DevOps implies significantly higher costs for testing. Before answering that question, I would like to spend a few minutes on the types of testing that is usually recommended...Read More
A DevOps approach can delivery significantly higher impact through the right adoption of automation and tooling across the life cycle. In keeping with the principle of a lean approach of reducing waste organizations use the...Read More
DevOps approaches highlight the value of early and frequent releases into production. In extreme cases, it is continuous deployment. In order to achieve this – or even progress towards this, the underlying application as...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
- CHOW #89- Letting go…
- Making the SDLC safe – learning from the DuPont model
- CHOW #88 – The Case of the PO-ed PO!
- Future of Agile coaching – Composites!
- CHOW #87- Scrum Master sustaining Agile Practices post coaching
- CHOW #86- Large Change Initiation Dillemma for Karthi
- CHOW #85- Planning with a not so clear backlog
- CHOW #84- Timeboxed