Nov 17, 2019
SPaMCAST 573 features our essay using a workflow to prioritize a backlog. Items on any backlog proliferate. Product backlogs used in agile and lean development approaches are no different. Many outsiders have the mistaken notion that once on the list that that is the end of the story -- let’s dissuade them of this idea.
Gene Hughson brings his Form Follows Function column to the podcast. Gene and I discussed his experience as an application architect.
Re-Read Saturday News
In this week’s installment of our re-read of Thinking, Fast and Slow Chapter 27 begins with a discussion of the classic indifference curve from Econ 101. The indifference curve shows the trade-off between two goods. In this case, Kahneman uses the trade-off between income and leisure to show how overly simple theories generate models that do not describe behavior outside the textbook. The problem that Kahneman points out is the basic indifference curve doesn’t reflect context.
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The current installment of Re-read Saturday
SPaMCAST 574 will feature our interview with Ian Reynolds. chief Solutions Architect at Zibtek We discussed the role of a solutions architect in software development.