Introduction to Lean Software Development

Editor’s note: This is a guest post on Lean Software Development by Corey Ladas. If you don't know Corey, he's a product development...

Lessons in Software from Eric Brechner

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Eric Brechner. Eric is author of the book, and blog, I.M. Wright’s “Hard Code.”  At...

Patterns and Practices of Lean Software Development

Lean Thinking is a paradigm of production and can’t easily be reduced to a process recipe. The particular form of any Lean process will always depend upon the form of the product that is created by that process. However, any Lean process will realize a few essential principles. If we apply these Lean principles to software development, we may find some practices that express those principles in a way that is useful and sensible for the medium.

Lessons in Software from Mike de Libero

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Mike de Libero. Mike has been doing software development for more than 9 years in a variety of settings. He’s worked as a freelance developer. He’s also worked on a small team of developers maintaining 30+ programs at one time. He’s even worked as a security tester on the Microsoft Office team.

Lessons in Software from Alok Srivastava

This is a guest post from Alok Srivastava on software lessons learned. Alok is a solution architect at Microsoft with more than 17 years of industry experience. He specializes in software architecture, large-scale systems, and distributed computing. Alok has filed for a dozen patents, published several papers, and presents his ideas at seveal conferences. He has a wealth of experience across large scale projects, database extensibility, multimedia and content management in RDBMS, Web services, portal technologies, and content distribution networks. In this post, Alok shares his lessons learned ...