Posts by adminjin-adamczyk

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Project Planning and Management is not a “Dirty Word”

I’ve gotten sidetracked a bit from my plan to dig into SEMAT, though that remains on my list of things … Read More

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Reducing Complexity in Software Engineering : SEMAT

In a previous post I talked about the lack of science-based engineering in many software engineers practices. In 2009 Richard … Read More

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Grow Fast or Die Slowly

I’m an active Angel Investor, mentor and start-up coach.  Because of my experience in software and personal interest I see … Read More

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A Great Example of the Science/Practice Gap in Business IT

I follow Grady Booch @Grady_Booch on twitter, and recently he posted a link to an article in CIO Magazine with … Read More

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Software Engineering Is Not Science-Based

I don’t have empirical evidence that enterprise software is continuing to become more complex and expensive despite advances in software … Read More

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Principles – Rules to Follow to Get Things Right

One last ingredient to defining architectures and their requirements is the use of good principles in the definition and implementation … Read More

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Architecture Requirements

In past posts I’ve been discussing how to get the architecture of your technology right and I’ve referred to defining … Read More

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Architecture Failures?

I’ve seen software architecture failures (both my own and others) and they take three forms: failure to adequately define requirements … Read More

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Good Software Architecture

Software designers talk about the “architecture of the software.” Investors and buyers want to know if the software is “well-architected”, … Read More

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Giving Your Team Slack Does Not Replace Personal Leadership

Recently I’ve been noticing advertisements for Slack, a team collaboration, proposing that it will streamline communications, reduce meetings, improve productivity, … Read More