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The Day-to-Day Proof of Concept

In the software world, there are often new technologies coming to market, new fields to explore, new techniques to use, etc. Filtering through these in itself can be a challenge. Deciding when to move forward with one in practical applications can be even harder. Many times as developers, we will be brought a problem that we can solve in a way we’ve heard about or read. This is when theoretical example attempts to meet practical implementation. We ask ourselves “Does [X] tool I read about recently solve this problem?” or “Would [Y] really work in my organization?”. This is where we can employ the proof of concept.  

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A Better Analogy For Agile Software Development?

For years, like many of you, I have been comparing software development to construction. But ever since adopting the agile methodology a decade ago, I have been looking for a better analogy to help me explain agile software development. I recently came up with what I think is that analogy – urban planning. Read on to see if you agree.

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