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An epic treatise on scheduling, bug tracking, and triage - apenwarr
Abstract:
Many projects have poorly defined (and often overridden) priorities, hopelessly optimistic schedules, and overflowing bug trackers that are occasionally purged out of frustration in a mysterious process called "bug bankruptcy." But a few projects seem to get everything right. What's the difference? Avery collected the best advice from the best-running teams at Google, then tried to break down why that advice works—using math, psychology, an ad-hoc engineer simulator (SimSWE), and pages torn out of Agile Project Management textbooks.

We'll answer questions like:
Why are my estimates always too optimistic, no matter how pessimistic I make them?
How many engineers have to come to the project planning meetings?
Why do people work on tasks that aren't on the schedule?
What do I do when new bugs are filed faster than I can fix them?
Should I make one release with two features or two releases with one new feature each?
If my bug tracker is already a hopeless mess, how can I clean it up without going crazy or declaring bankruptcy?

Once upon a time, Avery was the lead engineer for Google Fiber's home wifi devices, building, managing, and monitoring the whole fleet in customers' homes. More recently, he's branched out into projects that are harder to explain. Before that, he started startups including one that deployed Lotus Domino in 10 minutes, and one that did unspeakable things to Microsoft Access databases. He's also on the board of directors for a Canadian bank. Nobody knows why.
agile  programming  projectmanagement 
5 hours ago by scale
The U.S. Department of Defense on How To Detect ‘Agile BS’
Tips on finding good agile teams in large organizations:

> Are teams delivering working software to at least some subset of real users every iteration (including the first) and gathering feedback?
agile  digitaltransformation  govt 
6 hours ago by cote
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RT : What are your plans this weekend friends? Perhaps getting your submission in for is part of them.…
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2 days ago by findingmarbles
Technology Radar Vol. 2 – PorscheDev – Medium
Useful infographic for technology teams prioritizing techniques, platforms, languages / frameworks and tools.
radar  tools  porsche  agile  technology 
2 days ago by ajohnson1200

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