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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. 

 

Oct 25, 2020

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 622 features my interview with Brian Gill, CEO at Gillware. Brian is a serial entrepreneur in the software and cyber world. We discussed the importance of cybersecurity, real backups, having disaster recovery plans, and the fact that just having data in the cloud is not a...


Oct 18, 2020

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 621 features our essay on why agile coaches need a code of ethics. Agile is practiced in nearly every culture. Each culture has its own definition of duty and of right and wrong. Coaches help to establish and address the client’s needs by leveraging approaches that align with...


Oct 11, 2020

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 620 is something out of the ordinary. Ola Omiyale joined me as a co-host and we interviewed Nalin Parbhu, the Founder and CTO of Infuse, and useMango™. We talked about testing and test automation which is a passion for all three of us. We also explored the future of the role...


Oct 4, 2020

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 619 features the return of Joe Schofield.  Joe and I talked about his new book, Aligning People and Culture for Agile Transformation: A Leadership & Change Story (https://amzn.to/2HCfRV1).  During our discussion, we talked about how writing the book changes an author and his...


Sep 27, 2020

The Software Process and Measurement Cast 618 is a conversation about “process” that I had with two great people, Mike King and Beth Leonard, in March of 2020. Just doing the process to check the box for a rating or certification, whether the CMMI, CMMC, Scrum, or any other framework, destroys legitimacy and...