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Software Process and Measurement Cast

The Software Process and Measurement Cast provides a forum to explore the varied world of software process improvement and measurement.  The SPaMCast covers topics that deal the challenges how work is done in information technology organizations as they grow and evolve.  The show combines commentaries, interviews and your feedback to serve up ideas, options, opinions, advice and even occasionally facts. 

 

Mar 31, 2013

Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 231  

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 231 features an entry in the Metrics Minute.  In the SPaMCAST 231 we tackle burden rate. Burden rate is the tax paid for not having perfect engineering practices. Perfection is ruined by many factors including...


Dec 23, 2012

Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 217!   

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 217 features an entry from the Metrics Minute.  The entry is on Automated Test Cases Passed.  A listener, Tor Skude, requesed we deal with this metric.  Remember that there is a page at www.tcagley.wordpress.com...


Jan 29, 2012

Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 171! 

The SPaMCAST 171 includes a double feature!  Part One is Meta-Cast discussing where the Cast has been and where it is going.  The short answer is 2012 is going to really COOL! Part Two is an entry in the Metrics Minute. We...


Dec 4, 2011

Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 161!

The SPaMCAST 163 features an entry in the Metrics Minute.  We discusse Retun on Investment.  ROI is critical factor in proioritization whether at an epic or a story level!  

The PMO Leader of the Year Award will be presented to the PMO Leader, nominated by...


Jun 19, 2011

Welcome to the Software Process and Measurement Cast 139!

In the SPaMCAST 139  we begin an exploration of financial metrics.  The first class of financial metrics is those metrics that are used to decide which projects should be done.  I call these return metrics and they ask the questions: Should we do this...