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  • Allan Kelly: "We can do it!" - Problems at Philips?
    Management - who sincerely believe in the power of individuals were endeavouring to enthuse the staff to do something - build a new product, turn the division around, deliver on schedule or some such. Edwards Demming and principle 10: “Eliminate slogans, exhortations, and targets for the work force asking for zero defects and new levels of productivity. Such exhortations only create adversarial relationships, as the bulk of the causes of low quality and low productivity belong to the system and thus lie beyond the power of the work force.” This looked like an exhortation.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Monday, January 12, 2015
  • Maurice de Beijer: Speeding up your AngularJS applications
    When the application is in production that is not really needed and you can save some overhead by … Continue reading Speeding up your AngularJS applications 'In general AngularJS applications are quite fast, specially when compared to more traditional browser based applications that constantly post back to the server. However there are always a few things that will help performance and make an application even faster. Disabling Debug Data Normally AngularJS adds several things like CSS classes and some scope related properties to DOM elements.
    Maurice de Bejeir - Saturday, December 20, 2014
  • Allan Kelly: Estimating business value: adding Value poker and Dragons Den to the Agile toolkit
    good product manager or business analyst might be able to come up with some numbers. As for teams who don’t have a product manager or business analyst, well, they aren’t even going to get that far before they find questionable assumptions. One drawn from the people who are planning to build a product. This could be the entire development team, it could be just the product manager or business analyst with the product sponsor/champion. Next I ask the Entrepreneurs to pitch their product - the whole thing - to the Dragons. Do the highest value first.”
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Wednesday, December 3, 2014
  • angular.module("module") is an anti pattern
    The king of error message you will see is something like: Error: [$injector:unpr] Unknown provider: productsProvider <- products The error in itself is clear enough but discovering it might not be as easy. 'There are two ways to use the angular.module() function. There is the call with one parameter, that returns an existing module and there is an option of using two parameter which creates a new module. The second way, where a new module is created, is perfectly fine and should be used. What is wrong with angular.module(“module”)? Splitting modules introduces a big risk.
    Maurice de Bejeir - Friday, November 7, 2014
  • #NoProjects/#BeyondProjects - a developer footnote
    The PMI definition: "PMI defines a project by its two key characteristics: it is temporary and undertaken to create a product, service, or result that is unique." 'Last Friday I delivered a revised version of my “The End of Projects and What to do Next” presentation - otherwise known as #NoProjects / #BeyondProjects. The presentation is on Slideshare if you missed it - or better still see it next week at Lean Kanban UK 2014 (use the code LK14SPK for 15% discount). He said: “I’d never thought of a project like that before.”
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • MyGet: Continuous Integration for the Rest of Us
    The reason is simple: product teams at Microsoft can push out updates in much shorter cycles using NuGet than they ever could do with the.NET Framework itself. 'By this time, most.NET developers are familiar with NuGet. It used to be that if you wanted to use some part of.NET, such as Entity Framework , you would add a reference to your project pointing to some DLL in the.NET Framework Class Library (FCL). Those days are loooong gone. Nowadays, if you want to use Entity Framework you must get it from NuGet, because it’s not even included in the FCL anymore. That’s where MyGet comes in!
    Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, October 25, 2014
  • Dialgue Sheets (2 of 2): Searching for Guinea Pigs
    ve started designing some sheets to address this - the first one is a high level Products and Customers sheet. In intend to produce a more day-to-day product sheet and a sheet of internal IT. 'This post follow directly on from my previous one, Dialogue Sheets and Update. m looking for some guinea pigs…. Are there any teams out there who would like to try a dialogue sheet focused on requirements? ve long thought that Dialogue Sheets would be a good way of discussing software needs, requirements, customers, problems and such. There is no charge for this and I’ll supply the sheet.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Friday, October 24, 2014
  • Using browserify to manage JavaScript dependencies
    As a result people usually use RequireJS during development and then create a bundle with all the code for production. 'Managing JavaScript dependencies in the browser is hard. Library scripts typically create global variables and functions. Other scripts now depend on those global objects to do their work. This works but in order to load all required scripts we have to add <script> elements to our HTML, making sure to add them in the right order, and basically know what each exposes. as well. Easy in a small app but this can become hard and error prone with larger applications.
    Maurice de Bejeir - Sunday, October 12, 2014
  • Nightmare on Agile Street 2: Managed Agile
    How can they make the Product Owners buy in? And mention of the Product Owners causes the Analyst in the other corner - the one hiding behind the ultra thin laptop - to raise an eyebrow. try a different approach: “ Instead of talking to the PMO one day, and the Product Managers the next day, and the Development Managers the day after. why don’t we go vertical and take each development team in turn, with the appropriate project, product and development managers?” Poor Product Owner, if he is lucky he’ll be shown the door, if he’s unlucky he’ll be retained.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, September 16, 2014
  • Agile outside of software
    Agility in the broadest form affects strategic thinking, operations, technology innovation and the ability to innovate in products, processes and business models.” Obviously the Toyota Production System is. And so too is its close cousin the Ford Production System. 'Later this week I’m doing a presentation at Agile On The Beach entitled: “Agile outside of software development”. I resisted the temptation to call it “Agile Beyond Software”). Before the term Agile Software Development was coined there was “Agile Manufacturing”. In a way, “Agile” has come full circle.
    Allan Kelly's Blog - Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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