Nov 15, 2020
The Software Process and Measurement Cast 625 features our interview with Drew Angell. Drew and I talk about web development, software development excellence, and how to find great developers. Being good is more than just excellence in coding -- listening and problem-solving are also needed which has led Drew to experiment with using GitCommit bounties to get great developers to self-identify.
Drew is a digital pioneer who loves rolling his sleeves up and identifying software & programming solutions.
As owner and lead developer within AngellEYE & GitCommits, Drew's responsibilities include everything from day-to-day business management to the development of web and mobile applications.
Drew is heavily involved with PayPal. He is a certified PayPal developer (one of only 13 in the world that reached the ACE Developer status), an official PayPal Partner, and a PayPal Ambassador. He was also given the PayPal Star Developer Award at the developer conferences in 2008, 2009, and 2011.
When he's not solving digital problems or consulting, Drew is a board member for the Campaign for Aging Research, the Kansas City Table Tennis Club, and volunteers with a local non-profit, The HALO Foundation – (Helping Art Liberate Orphans).
Re-Read Saturday News
Today we tackle the whole of Part 7 which is Chapter 21 and the Epilogue. Next week we will complete our re-read of Tame you Work Flow with concluding remarks. Chapter 21, Patterns to Get Started, is an implementation primer and another one of those very useful features of the book.
This week’s installment
New to this re-read? Start at the beginning
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The Software Process and Measurement Cast 625 will feature our interview with Jacob Glenn. Jacob and I talked about custom software development in a world that seems to be prone to accepting pre-packaged approaches for solving business problems. Custom software is a useful tool for organizations to help stand out rather than accepting me-too products and services.