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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 ]
The Agile Manifesto Explained (and a First Amendment)
Description :

In my last article I set the scene for what I hope will be a series of provocative and informative articles. In the article I described the plight of Pete and his vain efforts to change development processes at his place of work.

by Phran Ryder
Source : agile development
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 17, #5 - Oct 2005 | Project Management ]
Setting up a Subversion Server for Remote Use
Description :

Revision control is a critical part of any significant development project. Having secure full time access to your repository from wherever you are can be important. In some environments, such as open source projects, it's absolutely crucial to the functioning of the development team.

by Craig Ringer
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 17, #5 - Oct 2005 | Project Management ]
Editorial: Size Does Matter
Description : The way that one goes about developing and delivering a software project depends critically on the scale of the project.
Discuss. by Alan Griffiths
Category: [ Overload Journal #68 - Aug 2005 | Project Management | Journal Editorial ]
Software Project Management: Adding Stakeholder Metrics to Agile Projects
Description : Agile methods need to include stakeholder metrics in order to ensure that projects focus better on the critical requirements, and that projects are better able to measure their achievements, and to adapt to feedback. This paper presents a short, simple defined process for evolutionary project management (Evo), and discusses its key features. by Tom Gilb
Category: [ Overload Journal #68 - Aug 2005 | Project Management ]
Professionalism in Programming #32
Description :

In this article I present a series of thought provoking questions based on some topics that I've covered in past issues.

by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 17, #3 - Jun 2005 | Project Management ]
A Subversion Primer
Description :

This article provides an introduction to Subversion. It lists Subversion's key features and best working practices, provides cookbook recipes for all the common activities in your day-to-day development work, and points the reader to further reading.

by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 17, #2 - Apr 2005 | Project Management ]
From Waterfall to EVO in a Medium Size Norwegian Software House
Description :

FIRM was established in 1996, and has 70 employees in 4 offices (Oslo, London, New York and San Francisco). FIRM delivers one software product: Confirmit. Confirmit is a web-based application which enables organizations to gather, analyze and report key business information across a broad range of commercial applications.

by Trond Johansen
Category: [ Overload Journal #65 - Feb 2005 | Project Management ]
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