Monthly Archives: May 2015

Re-quote du jour

from http://herdingcats.typepad.com/my_weblog/2015/05/quote-of-the-day.html Any process that does not have provisions for its own refinement will eventually fail or be abandoned – W. R. Corcoran, PhD, P.E., The Phoenix Handbook: The Ultimate Event Evaluation Manual for Finding Profit Improvement in Adverse Events, … Continue reading

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Do you need a serious requirements document?

Some don’t seem to think so, http://www.infoworld.com/article/2624279/agile-development/agile-programming-10-years-on–did-it-deliver-.html Getting everyone on board still can be an issue, however. “One of my guys keeps telling me that he would like to have more specified requirements. I keep telling him we’re going faster … Continue reading

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