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Required Reading for the UX Professional

Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

By David Wierbiki

Where can I read up on what UX is and it’s principles?

I get asked this question a great deal by those studying UX, those interested in it and even savvy clients looking to better understand what is[...]

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The RUBBER MATCH: Story Points vs Hours - Part I

Software Development, Software Solutions

Guest post by Ankur Saxena

Many agile teams today often struggle with the concept of Points and Hours. For some agilists, estimating user stories using points is the way to go, as hours are precise units of time, and[...]

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Up and Running with Homebrew - part 2

Development Process, Software Development, Spring, Git, Java

In my last blog entry I walked you through the setup of a Java/Maven/Git development environment on OS X using Homebrew. In this entry I will walk you through a project using this new developer setup.

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Shortcodes for the Shortsighted: A WordPress Solution for Extra Markup

Software Development, Software Solutions

Ok… that title was a little meaner that it was intended. When a designer chooses to use a CMS, the intention is for other people to be able to maintain the content. If a static site is used, no one but the designer or[...]

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Why Agile Fails: the Transformation Conundrum - Part II

Development Process, Software Development, Software Solutions

Guest post by Ankur Saxena

Last Week I began a discussion into why agile transformation may fail. I will be continuing the discussion today.

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Why Agile Fails: the Transformation Conundrum - Part I

Development Process, Software Development, Software Solutions

Guest post by Ankur Saxena

For any kind of transformation initiative to be successful, it is important that an organization realizes the need for change. Often times that need is self evident in our day-to-day workings.[...]

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The Importance of Not Thinking

Development Process, Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

By David Wierbiki

At its core, user experience and usability amounts to ensuring that the end user finds what they are looking for without effort or without thinking. The user is already thinking about what they want to[...]

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