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Mark and I discuss Feature Driven Development (FDD), Agile Architecture and the NFJS conference. Mark is an energetic spokesman for Agile Architects everywhere. Enjoy.-bob payne
I got a chance to speak with Dave at the No Fluff Just Stuff that was held in Reston VA. Every year or so I find nuggets of information that change the way I work and think about my work. We speek briefly about one such nugget that I got from a course I took with Dave... The Dreyfus Model of Learning. Listen and enjoy. More podcasts from the NFJS are on the way.-bob payne
Cliff talks about his new book "High Assurance Design", Agile Development and repairing the image of Architects. Cliff and I go back a number of years and I am glad he is now fully converted to Agile Methodologies.
Todd was kind enough to give me a few spare minutes during the Agile 2005 Conference. He was exceptionally busiy as one of the organizers of the conference and as a founding member of the APLN. If you would like more info about the APLN visit.
Next years conference should be even bigger.
Here is an interview that I had with Ward Cunningham and Rick Mugridge at the Agile 2005 conference in Denver. Fit is an acceptance testing tool that took the conference by storm. Many languages are supported and tests are defined in a Wiki. If you are looking to fill the Acceptance Test Gap on your project and have not yet looked at this tool...you should. Listen and enjoy.
Matt and I talk after the ScrumMaster certification that I taught in DC. Look forward to more conversations with Bob and Matt as the AgileGuys get spooled up.
Nancy V and I talk about her work in the agile embedded software space. She talks about her work, the challenges of instrumenting embedded software for automated testing and the future of a Fit Fixture for the embedded software world. If you are in the Boston area look up the Agile Bazaar and attend a meeting if you can. I believe that she will also be podcasting the Agile Bazaar meetings at some time.
Mary and I talk about her work in the area of Lean Software Development, new product development and the Agile 2005 Conference in Denver.
Scott and I talk about his work integrating the modeling and data communities into agile projects. He also hints at something that will make the RUP community happy upcoming in October. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.
Welcome to the Arlo Belshee experience. Promiscuous Pairing, Least Qualified Implementer and a whole lot of energy. I spoke to Arlo at the Agile 2005 Conference in Denver.