16311: Essay Friday – Vannevar Bush & U. S. Science Policy

hwms.coverart This episode is a little different from our regular episodes with our regular cast. It is a short essay on Vannevar Bush, an essay about the origins of the fundamental ideas that guide how the U. S. Government deals with scientific research and scientific institutions. It is designed to give you a little deeper understanding of the relationship between science & government and to give you that understanding in just 10 minutes. [16311]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

16165: The Binge – Don Shafer, The Cycle of Continuous Improvement, Pierre Bourque

errant.coverart A binge of three episodes.  A binge for your workout.  A binge for your commute.  Or just a binge to catch up on the episodes that you missed. This binge has three episodes from the fall.  In the first Don Shafer of the Athens group talks about deadlines and why software projects can run late.  In the second , Rohit our overly enthusiastic IT guy, explains why Walter P Shewhart, the inventor of the cycle of continuous improvement is so important.  In the last, Pierre Bourque tells us about the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge and why you should know about it, even if you don’t use it. [16165]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Episode 15316: Binge on a new Idea

errant.coverart   Anna-the-Intern one more substitutes for the missing hosts and introduces this binge episode that incorporates the three episodes that started the discussion on Agile methods & Management:   210: What’s in a name? 220: What is new about Agile? 230: The Agile Manifesto [15316]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Episode 15313: Binge Episode – The Aspects of Agile

errant.coverart   Anna-the-Intern introduces this binge episode that incorporates three discussions of Agile Development & Management:   240: How fast is fast enough 250: The Agile Designer 2600: What you see is what you get [15313]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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