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On Management: Focus, Quality, Time-boxes and Ducks
Description : Project success depends on organisation. Allan Kelly looks at how to keep things in order. by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #87 - October 2008 | Project Management | Process Topics ]
Performitis (Part 3)
Description : Prevention is better than cure. Klaus Marquardt suggests some treatments to avoid problems. by Klaus Marquardt
Category: [ Overload Journal #87 - October 2008 | Project Management | Process Topics ]
Future Workers (Prototype)
Description : What does it mean for IT workers to be prototype knowledge workers? by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #83 - Feb 2008 | Process Topics ]
Creating Awareness
Description : One of the good things about presenting at the ACCU conference is what you learn there. Allan Kelly reviews the results of his last conference talk. by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #82 - Dec 2007 | Project Management | Process Topics ]
While the Cat's Away...
Description : ...instead of spending your time playing, why not learn to be multi-lingual in a multi-cultural world? by Ric Parkin
Source : Editorial
Category: [ Overload Journal #81 - Oct 2007 | Journal Editorial ]
The PfA Papers: The Clean Dozen
Description : Patterns are social animals and are often found in the company of others. This issue, Kevlin Henney looks at where 'Parameterise from Above' has been hanging out. by Kevlin Henney
Category: [ Overload Journal #81 - Oct 2007 | Programming Topics | Design of applications and programs ]
Blue-White-Red, an Example Agile Process
Description : When it comes to running a project, one size rarely fits all, but Allan Kelly finds that tailoring a core idea over time has led to repeated success. by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #81 - Oct 2007 | Process Topics ]
Functional Programming Using C++ Templates (Part 1)
Description : Template metaprogramming can initially seem baffling, but exploring its link to functional programming helps shed some light on things. by Stuart Golodetz
Category: [ Overload Journal #81 - Oct 2007 | Programming Topics | Design of applications and programs ]
auto_value: Transfer Semantics for Value Types
Description : In his quest to pass around values efficiently, Richard Harris concludes by looking at ways of transferring ownership, now and in the future. by Richard Harris
Category: [ Overload Journal #81 - Oct 2007 | Programming Topics | Design of applications and programs ]
Live and Learn with Retrospectives
Description : How can a team learn from experience? Rachel Davies presents a powerful technique for this. by Rachel Davies
Category: [ Overload Journal #79 - Jun 2007 | Process Topics ]
Continuous Integration with CruiseControl.Net
Description : Is CC any good? How could it be better? Did it make a real difference where it was installed? Should we all give it a go? by Paul Grenyer
Category: [ Overload Journal #79 - Jun 2007 | Programming Topics | Process Topics ]
Up Against the Barrier
Description : A discussion of development against the odds, describing process, personal and environmental barriers between the people and the job they are trying to do. by Simon Sebright
Category: [ Overload Journal #75 - Oct 2006 | Process Topics ]
The Documentation Myth
Description : Allan Kelly suggests that we don't invest more in documentation for a reason: that it isn't as valuable as we claim. by Allan Kelly
Category: [ Overload Journal #74 - Aug 2006 | Process Topics ]
Pair Programming Explained
Description : Rachel Davies explains how to implement pair programming and why it can be an effective practice for programmers. by Rachel Davies
Category: [ Overload Journal #73 - Jun 2006 | Process Topics ]
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