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Patterns and Practices for Software Success.Sat, 01 May 2010 21:10:19 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.6Comment on Patterns and Practices of Lean Software Development by Synesthesia
SynesthesiaSat, 01 May 2010 21:10:19 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/06/22/patterns-and-practices-of-lean-software-development/#comment-71152[...] Patterns and Practices of Lean Software DevelopmentExcellent post by Corey Ladas that pulls together a large range of concepts relating to the workflow of software developmentpatterns software lean workflow [...]
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Warehouse Management SystemTue, 27 Apr 2010 07:04:29 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2008/11/27/knowledge-areas-capability-levels-and-ladder-levels/#comment-70797The roots of our knowledge basically started from what we have learned from school. It is our foundation. But building it or as we say enhancing it depends on what we have done to improve it thru learning new stuff. Putting more input to your brain. But understanding it deeper and developing it is nurtured thru our experiences as we go on with our life. How we face our experience is how we also developed our knowledge.
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Warehouse Management SoftwareMon, 12 Apr 2010 14:41:23 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2008/06/22/macro-and-micro-software-process/#comment-69610Thanks for sharing to us the difference between a macro or a micro software. I think a lot of companies who are still searching would at least know how they can categorize which ones they will need. In our part we opt to take each system at a time (WMS, then after is the client management software, and so on. eventually we had it collaborated with each other).
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Herb RichterFri, 12 Feb 2010 21:58:13 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/06/15/introduction-to-lean-software-development/#comment-66644I am pursuing my Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and have many years in application development. How about taking this thinking one step further and apply Lean Six Sigma to applications development? Lean alone is not enough and adding Six Sigma is not enough. Lean Six Sigma takes the best of both to add more value combined than it would separately.
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JDThu, 31 Dec 2009 08:15:58 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/12/24/customer-connected-engineering-at-patterns-practices-2/#comment-64210@ Ed
Really good point on additional design techniques. Sometimes people just don’t really know what they want until they start to see something, and I think that’s another key – mock things up early and often.
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Eduardo JezierskiWed, 30 Dec 2009 00:49:00 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/12/24/customer-connected-engineering-at-patterns-practices-2/#comment-64114Thanks for putting down so nicely the cce ‘aspect’ of the lifecycle. I would note this can be complemented with additional design techniques when dealing with customers that are not as explicit in what they want/don’t want, like and don’t like as enterprises are (e.g. when building products for massive adoption by consumers). There are additional ‘extreme’ CCE patterns e.g. putting up a team in the midst of your customers’ environment (for example this one).
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KarenThu, 17 Dec 2009 00:29:56 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/12/07/lessons-in-software-from-eric-brechner/#comment-63367Hmmm, this is very nice. Let us all hope that we are on a team (or are working toward being on a team) where these principles are taken seriously and respected. My experience is that the work environment is usually so chaotic that these types of considerations don’t come into play. Then again, I don’t work at MS. Probably things are different there.
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AnuSun, 13 Dec 2009 14:18:02 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/12/07/lessons-in-software-from-eric-brechner/#comment-63092Fantastic article! The balance attribs are truly very very hard to achieve, but indeed those with the right balance are the awesome folks to work with/for.
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MLM SoftwareThu, 10 Dec 2009 09:23:43 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/12/07/lessons-in-software-from-eric-brechner/#comment-62908Learning well of these kind of kownlege,we can make a bettter online marketing.
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Eduardo JezierskiThu, 10 Dec 2009 05:23:30 +0000http://shapingsoftware.com/2009/12/07/lessons-in-software-from-eric-brechner/#comment-62895Eric, this is a great frame! and maybe useful to understand team building too. Have you noticed any difference between those that have worked directly with customers and those that haven’t in any of the dimensions you portray above?