Tag: feature-driven development

Episode 140: Newspeak and Pluggable Types with Gilad Bracha

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Episode 140: Newspeak and Pluggable Types with Gilad Bracha

This episode is a conversation with Gilad Bracha about Newspeak, type systems in general and optional/pluggable types in particular. It was recorded during DSL Devcon in the gardens of the Microsoft campus, and thanks to Gilad’s “speaking like a book” way of talking it is published completely unedited :-)

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Episode 83: Jeff DeLuca on Feature Driven Development

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Episode 83: Jeff DeLuca on Feature Driven Development

In this episode we talk with Jeff DeLuca about Feature Driven Development (FDD). As one member of the agile methods family FDD is not so famous as Scrum or Extreme Programming but is becoming more and more popular, especially for situations where you have fixed price contracts. As the inventor of FDD Jeff gives short introduction to the method itself, talks about the basic ideas behind FDD and discusses with us how FDD relates to other members of the agile family.

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