De Coté & Bill Higgins
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Michael Cote' and Ryan Stewart wrap up the weeks news and commentary in RIAs.
||013: "You're never gonna have a rotating head," or, The IBM Design Language||Under Development Podcast||17/12/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||012: Talk to your children about notifications - Under Development Podcast||Summary After rambling on about notifications in Yosimte, we discuss what it means to design with your user in mind, to make products your user will love...with actual tactical tips and examples! Subscribe to the feed:...||21/11/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||011: Full stack developers and managing yourself out of a job - Under Development Podcast||Summary Bill and I discuss more of operating like a startup in a large company, DBaaS, finding the right mix of skills for a "full stack developer," and what it means for a manager to make themselves unneeded. Subscribe to the feed:...||18/9/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||010 - Heuristical high fidelity hand-offs & the air-hockey meat-mallet||Summary We discuss thinking beyond human error as Bill starts to summarize the book Behind Human Error. It's always helpful to look at how the system and process caused the wrong move. Also, thinking about hardware, and some nice feedback from...||29/8/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||Defining DevOps might be harder to defining "design" - Under Development #009||Bill and Coté discuss trying to explain DevOps, DevOps metrics, and the processes used by designers vs. software developers vs. management consultants vs. wedding planners. We also go over the recently US Digital Services Playbook, which looks...||13/8/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||Lady Gaga fundamentally has the same data structures as you and I - Under Development Podcast #008||Summary Finishing projects is hard, starting them is easy. That said, the moment of starting a project is critical, and assembling the team is incredibly impotent. We discuss that staff boot-strapping and the types of people who are good and not good...||25/7/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||Measuring - Under Development #007||We discuss the difficulty of using "data" to justify changing development processes (like from waterfall to Agile), Bill's recent write-up of doing lean-style development in the BigCo of IBM, and focus on some listener feedback. Subscribe to the...||11/7/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||Foocamp, training, being more empathetic - Under Development #006||Subscribe to the feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/UnderDevPodcast Bill recounts Foocamp Follow-up from last episode: Bill got the FrienDA a bit wrong: by default, foocamp is all open unless tagged as otherwise... Bill liked mentions...||1/7/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||Books, check 'em out - Under Development #005||Subscribe to the feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/UnderDevPodcast Emoji's in code. Bill's Yosemite beta, and no desktop virtualization love for CotÃ©. Bill is at Foo Camp - along with the history of open spaces, barcamp,...||20/6/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||The Speculation Bias - Under Development #004||In this episode, we talk about what "design" means (or should mean!) now-a-days in a software development context. Also, we discuss the need for nerds to be better at rhetoric: convicting people that you're right in the many forms of communications...||7/6/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||Process - Under Developmemt #003||Process - Under Development #003 In this episode we talk about boot-strapping into a project and process in the software vs. white-collar knowledge worker context. It turns out the first has got a lot more than the second. You can download the audio,...||23/5/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||The Enterprise Two Pizza Theory - Episode 002 - UnderDevelopment.io||Visit http://underdevelopment.io for more. Podcast feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/UnderDevPodcast (1.) Dealing with conferences. (2.) How to talk to business people - focusing on benefits, reasons, the why's and such (3.) Coté's DevOps...||9/5/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|
||ExplícitoBack in my day we had to use CORBA! - Episode 001||Bill's piece on "don't call me an architect." "A Stupidity-Based Theory of Organizations" - the paper that developers the idea of "functional stupidity," mentioned in passing. The Youngin's - getting new ideas from them, becoming old Future...||25/4/2014||Gratuito||Ver no iTunes|