Searching for the perfect project hosting

I’m still searching for decent project hosting. I now have several projects on the go, and several others bumping around in my head, and the fuss and bother of tying together all the various bits of a distributed software project development is making my head hurt. All the bits I need are available separately, but …

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Don’t push requirements – pull information

It must be that end-to-end software production process is on my mind. I keep spotting interesting articles about the topic. Here’s one from Digital Dim Sum which delves into the way that requirements find their way into development, contrasting a “push” of requirements with a “pull” of information.. Don’t push requirements – pull information | …

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Experiments in Agile Estimation: Planning Poker

Estimation for agile processes is a bit of an odd duck. One the one hand it needs to be done before work starts, but on the other hand, the more such stuff is done before work starts, the less agile the process becomes. To overcome this apparent contradiction, several people have tried to devise more …

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