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SE-Radio Episode 273: Steve McConnell on Software Estimation

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SE-Radio Episode 273: Steve McConnell on Software Estimation

Sven Johann talks with Steve McConnell about Software Estimation. Topics include when and why businesses need estimates and when they don’t need them; turning estimates into a plan and validating progress on the plan; why software estimates are always full of uncertainties, what these uncertainties are and how to deal with them. They continue with: […]

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Episode 181: Distributed Scrum with Rini van Solingen

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Episode 181: Distributed Scrum with Rini van Solingen

In this episode we talk with Rini van Solingen about scrum and agile software development in distributed settings.

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Episode 60: Roman Pichler on Scrum

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Episode 60: Roman Pichler on Scrum

This episode features Scrum, a very popular Agile software development framework. We interview Roman Pichler, a Certified ScrumMaster Trainer and independent consultant. Roman explains the principles behind Scrum, its roles and its key practices. He also answers FAQs. This episode continues our track on software development processes discussing an additional Agile method.
Roman is currently writing a book on Scrum in German that provides more in-depth information of the topics discussed in the podcast. The book will be available in autumn 2007 published by d.punkt (Heidelberg, Germany).

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Episode 24: Development Processes Pt.1

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Episode 24: Development Processes Pt.1

In this episode Arno and Alex talk about the basics of software development processes. They discuss why and when software development processes are needed and also why some developers don’t like them. They discuss the theories behind different processes and talk about defined vs empiric processes in general. This episode is the first in a row that will later on describe specific processes like eXtreme programming or the unified process.

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