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| | Requirements not functionality
Tom Gilb, 2005 Put that in the context of an imaginary payroll software company: understanding what payroll software needs do do is fairly straight forward, most products on the market will do the same thing. But what makes the product competitive is how well it does it. A footnote to the recent discussion of requirements. Yet, traditionally, too much attention has been given to specification of functional requirements and resource requirements.” Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, February 27, 2009
Empirical research supports Conway's Law
So it was with interest I ran across a working paper from Harvard Business School entitled “ Exploring the Duality of Product and Organizational Architectures: A Test of the Mirroring Hypothesis ” (Alan D. The authors say: “Our results reveal significant differences in modulality, consistent with a view that larger, more distributed teams tend to develop products with more modular architectures. And later: “our study provides evidence to support the hypothesis that a product’s architecture tends to mirror the structure of the organization within which it is developed.” Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, January 4, 2009
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- SOS: finding the method bound to an EventHandler with WinDbg.
This, of course, is bad form because the System.Web.UI.Page object is intended to be a transient object - it goes away at the end of the request - in production code, I would really bind the event to a handler in global.asax instead. Note: it appears that GCRoot doesn't work well inside VS.NET 2005 - apparently the SOS debugging extension is using some debugger API which isn't fully supported in VS.NET, so you need to familiarize yourself with WinDBG to do this. />. did this by having the page hook up an event handler to a global event and then never remove the handler. 000> !gcroot
- Specification documents are boring
Have you ever read a specification document? did today and I was reminded why I don’t like them. They are boring. Even when they are telling you something you didn’t know they are boring. They are boring because they follow the “form follows function” mantra. The function of a specification document is to communicate what one person wants (or thinks they want) to a second person who is responsible for implementing it. But there is more, the first person wants to specify exactly what it is they want, so thinks are set out in simple fashion, e.g. bullet points, no prose. The result?
Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, May 24, 2005
In this month’s Knowledge@Wharton there is an interview with John Seely Brown, together with John Hagel he has a new book out “The Only Sustainable Edge: Why Business Strategy Depends on Productive Friction and Dynamic Specialization.” car manufacture has all the designers, engineers, production staff, distribution, etc. So I can have a productive workplace and win those outsourcing contracts.) Once I’m not growing I’m not interested in work and my productivity goes down, I start asking: what next? Two things you should know before I get into the meat of this Blog.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Saturday, June 4, 2005
- Do you believe in Phil Crosby?
He’s the simple explanation: I’ve now taken over some product management duties and I don’t have the people available to fix the bugs. If we need to save time and money somewhere we should do it in a conscious management fashion “Don’t develop feature X” - not in a sub-conscious “Joe saved 10 minutes by not tightening the screws” kind of way - doing it this way allows the guys on the production line to decide what is worth saving on. So I’ve started using a bug tracking system. They allow us to say “Its in the system” when really we mean “No way will it get fixed.”
Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, June 12, 2005
- Blog at 2 months, the National Theatre and food
It hasn’t helped that during these last two months I’ve had to do final preparation for EuroPLoP (preparing my paper, shepherding), being shepherded for VikingPLoP, finalising my chapter in the PLoPD5 book (due at the end of 2005 or start of 2006 I’m told), co-ordinating work on the ACCU website and holding down a full time job! The product offering (to use a marketing term) is tailored to the space and confines. I’ve been writing this blog now for nearly 2 months. It doesn’t feel like it but I have. It still feels new. guess that’s because I haven’t written very many entries.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Sunday, July 24, 2005
- So, I became a product manager.
It happened in an unexpected way – I won’t go into the details but about 6-8 weeks ago I had an opportunity to move from the development side of things to the product side of things. spoke to a couple of the product managers here to get a better idea of what I should be doing but it wasn’t until I spoke to my long time friend Richard Hall that I really made progress on understanding what I was doing. Richard’s been a Product Manager for many years, when I decided to do an MBA a couple of years he said: “You’ll become a Product Manager, all MBAs become Product Manager!”
Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, July 26, 2005
- Books, learning & JSB
In chapter 3vthey argue that firms must choose to specialise, they must choose to be either: an Infrastructure management business, or Product innovation and commercialization company, or a customer relationship business. Now at this point we have the 3-way split they described: OEMs look at customers, while ODMs focus on product and EMS manufacture them. So some of them are now doing product and manufacturing? I finished the last entry recommending some books. Books are good. Books give you ideas. Books tell you what other do. Books contain analysis. m guilty of this too.
Allan Kelly's Blog - Thursday, August 18, 2005