The Trouble With Software (and what to do about it)


Debunking Popular Myths in Software Development

Posted in Uncategorized by Ernie Schell on November 27, 2014

Lee Semel, http://leesemel.com, has posted to Quora a very comprehensive list of myths about software development. There isn’t much he has left out….

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Why Your Software Development Process Is Broken

Posted in Uncategorized by Ernie Schell on September 17, 2013

Joe Masters Emison oversees the award-winning BuildFax cloud architecture. He has written an excellent article for Information Week on how to strike the right balance between not enough control and too much control by the IT department in any large organization. The classic developer’s dilemma. See the article HERE.

Analytics and DevOps

Posted in Uncategorized by Ernie Schell on July 27, 2013
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Andrew Brust has a worthwhile article: “Analytics – The Next Wave in DevOps,” on ZDNet, explaining how Analytical tools can help to identify issues quicker and thereby shorten production cycles.

Why Agile Initiatives Fail

Posted in Uncategorized by Ernie Schell on July 25, 2013

Mike Kavis has written a great blog post, “Why Agile Initiatives Fail and Why DevOps Initiatives Should Worry,” which I highly recommend to anyone with even a remote interest in the subject.