About ChrisI am a software developer living in Kent, UK and working for Entity.
When at work I create .net and java rich internet business solutions.
At home I morris dance & play the melodeon, run, brew and keep chickens (amongst other things).
Tag Archives: methodologies
Estimating. We all have to do it. Probably not many people enjoy it. Whether in software development or in our everyday lives, we estimate how long it will take to get somewhere, how much something will cost, how much effort … Continue reading
In my search for enlightenment on development metholodgies, I was amused when this blog post (written in 2003) appeared in my inbox about how Microsoft would go about fixing a bug (or implementing a new feature) in a product. Basically … Continue reading
Steveys Blog Rants: Good Agile, Bad Agile. I was reading this blog [rant] post today after searching for how Google provide specs to their developers (ie – user stories, use cases, functional specs etc). Instead I found this Good vs … Continue reading