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How To Improve the Quality of Your Software While Improving Your Time-To-Market

April 5, 2012 — Posted by Al Shalloway

This is the third of a three part series. The first two were:

  1. The Cause of Poor Software Quality
  2. Quantifying the Return from Improving Software Quality

The key to improving software quality lies in selecting the right products to build and removing the delays in the workflow. Understanding Lean-Flow can be incredibly valuable in taking action on starting this.

Lean-Agile methods focus on reducing time to market by:


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Quantifying the Return From Improving Software Quality

April 5, 2012 — Posted by Al Shalloway

This is the second part of a three part blog series:


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The Cause of Poor Software Quality

March 27, 2012 — Posted by Al Shalloway

This is the first of a three part series:

  1. The Cause of Poor Software Quality
  2. Quantifying the Return from Improving Software Quality
  3. How To Improve the Quality of Your Software While Improving Your Time-To-Market

The Cause of Poor Software Quality


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Quantifying the Return By Improving Software Quality

March 27, 2012 — Posted by Al Shalloway

This blog was split into 3 blogs:

  1. The Cause of Poor Software Quality
  2. Quantifying the Return from Improving Software Quality
  3. How To Improve the Quality of Your Software While Improving Your Time-To-Market

This entry is just here because there are several off-site links to it. Please go to one of the above blogs to read them.

 


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How to Handle Shared Resources to Deliver With Less Delay

March 27, 2012 — Posted by Ken Pugh

Ideal world seldom plays out in reality world. In an ideal world, every person on a team can carry out any task; that way, people can simply swarm to the highest priority item until it is completed and then move onto the next one. In the real world, people are specialized. They have specialized training and experience. They work in unique contexts. They do not have effective skills in every technology from JSF to SQL. In the ideal world, people should only be focused on a single task within a single project or feature.


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