Nov 22, 2015
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 369 features our essay on stand-up meetings. Stand-up meetings are a combination of tactical planning on steroids and the perfect start to a great day. Stand-up meetings are one the easiest Agile practices to adopt and often one the easiest to mess up.
Also, this week features we have Kim Pries and his Software Sensei column. Kim discusses what it takes to move toward mastery. Mastery implies more than just being good at any particular task. The Software Sensei provides a path forward.
Gene Hughson brings the first of his discussions on the topic of #NoEstimates from his Form Follows Function blog! Specifically Gene provided a more detail and background on his essay #NoEstimates – Questions, Answers, and Credibility.
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Re-Read Saturday News
Remember that the Re-Read Saturday of The Mythical Man-Month is winding down. THis week we are running a quick poll to identify the next book on the Software Process and Measurement Blog. What would you like the next re-read book to be?
Details on 2016 Conferences that include QAI Quest and StarEast to name a few in a few weeks.
The next Software Process and Measurement Cast will feature a discussion with Steve Tendon discussing more of his new book Tame The Flow, and more. (Subject to change due to the Thanksgiving holiday in the States).
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