Darwin Perspective on Agile Architecture

Through the comparison of the Darwin’s theory of evolution to software development, we will try to find an answer to how to build sustainable, agile and antifragile software systems, which software architecture are responsive and adaptable to

Lean UX for the Public Sector

As public sector and government agencies come to grips with the fact that UX is critical to project and product success, a common question resurfaces time and again: How do we add Lean UX practices to our

Post Agile Stress Disorder

You’ve seen it: Agile Fatigue, Lean Lethargy, SAFe Cracked, DAD Deadbeaten, Kanban Corrupted. We’ve been ritualed, frameworked, and holocracized until we’re blind. All to the point that people sit around and say, “Is my shirt Agile?” “Can

Agile Metrics: Velocity is NOT the Goal

Velocity is one of the most common metrics used (and misused) on Agile and Scrum projects. Velocity is simply a measurement of speed in a given direction; the rate at which a team is delivering toward a

Continuous Delivery is More Than Tools: It is a Culture

Some enterprise IT organisations are adopting Continuous Delivery and DevOps thinking that tools is enough to do the job, that all of a sudden they will go faster to market and build quality in because they are