Edit Those Epics: Stories Don’t Span Iterations was posted on Techwell, the new site of Stickyminds.com. Yes, I will have to figure out how to change my tags/categories. Please do leave comments over there, I will be responding.
My StickyMinds.com column, Do You Need Titled Architects for Your Programs? is up. Please do comment over there.
I have a new column up on Stickyminds, called How Do We Compare? Years ago, people used to ask me about the ratio of developers to testers. Now they ask me about how agile they are. That’s almost always a sign they aren’t agile enough for what they need. I hope you read and comment.
It’s been a few difficult weeks. First, I came down with a bad head cold. It’s almost funny, watching a person with vertigo and a head cold try to walk. Unless you are that person 😉 Then Daughter #2 contracted mono. Then the rains came and my office flooded–twice. I’ve spent a bunch of time …
Last week, when I was on vacation, my most recent Stickyminds column went up. I somehow expected more comments. Maybe other people were on vacation, too?
I have a column up on Stickyminds.com, No: Such a Difficult Word. Please leave comments there. Enjoy!
Remember Why Projects Don’t Need Specialists? Well, I decided I had a little more to say. I decided to write an article, What’s So Special About Specialists? Please do comment there or here.
My most recent Stickyminds Column, Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: Should You Commit, Kill, or Transform is posted. Enjoy!
My Stickyminds column, Transitioning to Agile in the Middle of a Project, is up. Enjoy!
I have a Stickyminds column up, Does Exploratory Testing Have A Place On Agile Teams? The column arose out of an email conversation I had with Jon Bach. Please leave comments there.