Requirements need to be more precise than just “making sense”.
Much interesting research is published through Springer and other high cost publishers. Why do researchers limit the impact of their research by choosing less accessible publication channels?
We all love to get comments on our blogs, don’t we. Especially when they are nice polite comments like “great post”, “keep it coming” and so on. The problem is that so many of these comments are just an excuse for some spammer to get a link back to their own site. That is not why I am here blogging! Today I have taken two steps to enhance the signal to noise ratio in my comments.
First of all, I have activated ComLuv. According to some review I have read it will make my site more attractive for other bloggers to comment on as it will create a link back to their own latest blog post.
So, on one hand I have added a feature which should bring more human comments to the site. On the other hand I have added a feature which should reduce the number of non-human comments to the site. I hope the combination will work as intended.
There are three key, recurrent meetings in Agile practice:
Do these meetings contribute to team motivation or de-motivation? According to a recent study “Motivating Agile Teams: A Case Study of Teams in Ireland and Sweden” it depends.
Sorry, but I am not going to pay to read any further than the abstract but if someone will donate a copy to me I promise to write about any other sensational findings in the paper.
What is transactive memory? How does it impact agile work? How do you improve it?
Prioritizing a backlog is hard. Using release based planning is easier.
Are backlog items and requirements the same thing?
Should you certify yourself as a professional? Yes and no.
In the November/December issue of IEEE Software the Voice of Evidence addresses Test Driven Development (TDD). Researcher Forrest Shull and several colleagues have reviewed the research literature on TDD. They posed three questions: Does TDD improve delivered quality? Does TDD improve internal code quality? Does TDD improve productivity? They found…
Requirements are highly controversial in software development. There is always too much and too little requirements. They are often blamed for project failure or seen as required for project success. I have seen cases where there were too detailed and complex requirements. The result was that everyone worked around the…