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Monthly Archives: January 2015
Random, Predictable or Chaotic?
There is a lot of confusion about complexity. Chaos about chaos. Sorry that’s not helping is it. You see the point? No. OK here goes. Let us start simply. There are random systems. Systems where the next thing that is … Continue reading
Careful what you measure
While measuring one side of a rectangle on average gives you a good estimate for the total area, it only works if your rectangles follow a standard distribution. If they follow a fat-tail it’ll not work so well. So if you’re using a … Continue reading
A Brief History of Value
Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software. There is much talk of value in modern software development. Lean and Agile methods require the whole team understand the value they are delivering. However in order to … Continue reading