Every retrospective I do on every project seems to include the conclusion that “we need less meetings, less emails and more communication”. In fact SCRUM and agile approaches even try to define the bare minimum number of meetings that are needed and only have them (Actually one of my friends claims that they have removed all […]Read More What if people thought meetings were actually work?
I don’t normally publish links on this blog since I prefer to add my own views or approaches. But there is not much I can add to this one. People sometimes ask me for links to some of the material they see, either in course material or when I go wild and draw random things […]Read More A general guide to agile practices (actually a link to one)
This article is part of a series on making regression testing useful rather than painful. The most recent article was (as you would guess from the title to this one) about day 2 of our regression testing adventure. So far we have been looking at how to do some testing, and then do some basic […]Read More Regression testing days 3 to 7
I was watching Star Trek a couple of weeks ago and I was thinking – wouldn’t it be cool if work was just like Star Trek. Then I realised that work is actually a lot more like Star Trek than I thought it was, so let me explain: The whole crew nearly die in every […]Read More It is technically impossible, but is it really?