I’ve been a software engineer for a while. When I had the opportunity several years ago to help uncover the core practices needed for continuous delivery, one of the things we needed to know was how to measure the outcomes.
If you don’t follow Dave Farley, co-author of Continuous Delivery, you’re missing out. In a recent conversation about the challenges of refactoring legacy code, one of the responses talked about when to resolve tech debt.
I recently saw a documentary on the history of the Ford Edsel. There were so many lessons on the UX research, design, manufacturing, and marketing of Ford’s new brand that apply to developing any product.
Protecting the Business Developer driven software testing is not new. Studies show that high performing organizations depend on tests written by developers instead of handing off to external teams of “Test Automators”.