Oct 15, 2012
Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 207!
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 207 includes a review of Discover to Deliver: Agile Product Planning and Analysis. The six word version of the review is: Buy This Book, Use This Book. (Discover to Deliver Site)
I have also included a classic essay titled “The Center Will Not Hold." The essay discusses change and the life cycle of how what are percieved as extreme changes evolve into the mainstream over time. The essay was originally published as part of SPaMCAST 26 - Carr, The Big Seitch which was posted Monday, 28 January 2008.
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Conference season is coming. I will be speaking at the following conferences
and look forward to meeting up with all SPaMCAST listeners and contributors.
AgileTrek, November 9th in Toronto
TesTrek, November 5 - 8 in Toronto
ISMA 7, October 28 - 31 in Phoenix, AZ
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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 208 will feature my interview with Pawel Brodzinski. We discussed lean, kanbsn and management.