Tag Archives: Agile

Danger, UXB. Why UX Matters

The letters ‘UXB’ were used in the UK during the Blitz to denote unexploded ordnance, mainly 50kg to 500kg lumps of bad-tempered explosives left behind by the ‘highly civilized human beings‘ of the Luftwaffe who were trying to kill George … Continue reading

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ILX gets DSDM and goes Agile… maybe

ILX (ILX Group, a software Best Practice training company strongly associated with PRINCE2) have added an Agile course to their quiver. The Agile Project Management™ (AgilePM®) covers Agile training at Foundation and Practitioner level Accredited project management certification for agile … Continue reading

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Hands in the blood

It is a phrase that was much used in my last office and its intent was very simple. In every project, there were a number of key people that would be cornered, coerced, or cajoled into giving a definitive answer … Continue reading

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Oh my, grandma. What big teeth you have…

UP (Unified Process) seems to have appeared in the late 90’s, as part of the increasing acceptance of Agile processes, and describes itself as an iterative and incremental approach within a set life cycle. UP initially focused on collaborative development … Continue reading

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Technical Debt

In a number of articles and posts, writers have referred to the situation when testing is cut short, or just done poorly, and sub-standard work is released. The cause can be anything from the business drivers demanding an early release, … Continue reading

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