Tag: software development blogs
Management Web Sites and Resources
Hemal, Developer in Test
"I'm a test-developer enhancing testing practices using kanban and lean principles.
I'm keen to see more development teams, agile-adopters or not, move away from the end-of-cycle testing model and embrace true quality assurance by testing throughout the production line."
Visual Management Blog
Blog by Xavier Quesada Allue, from Argentina. The goal of the blog is to create a space for the discussion of ideas and examples of Visual Management (the practice of using information visualization techniques to manage work) applied to agile teams and agile project management.
Jurgen is primarily interested in software engineering, quality improvement and complexity theory, from a manager's perspective.
Curious Cat Management Improvement Blog
Blog by John Hunter on many topics to to improve the management of organizations, including: Deming, lean manufacturing, agile software development, evidence based decision making, customer focus, innovation, six sigma, systems thinking, leadership, psychology, ...
The Agile Blog provides advice and resources for people actively looking to advance their Agile practices by Rally.
Insights on Agile, Lean, Kanban, and Flow by Jeff Anderson and Alexis Hui.
Google Testing Blog
"If it ain't broke, you're not trying hard enough" Software testing blog with concrete advice from Google.
Signal vs. Noise
Blog on design, business, experience, simplicity, the web, culture and software development.
To provide insight by sharing our experiences in adopting Kanban.
When we started, we found that the real examples were the most useful.
We would like to add to that body of knowledge.
We also wanted to share with our colleagues at work.
To provide a full lifecycle example from as many perspectives as possible...
Why did we choose Kanban, what we read first, what we started with, how we adapted, what worked.
by Andrew Walker
Benjamin Mitchell's Blog
"I'm a London-based independent consulting focussed on Systems Thinking, Intervention Theory and Lean / Kanban applied to IT businesses. I am a follower of Ohno, Deming, Seddon and Argyris."