Tag: Agile Software Development
Bill Lenoir
Bill Lenoir
19 Jan, 2021

Getting Software Right: The Iterative Process in an Agile Environment

At its heart, software development is a hypothesis testing process. Based on your team’s experience and their understanding of the market, you believe a certain set of features will achieve your organization’s goals. You can build out that set and release it, hoping it will be successful. Or, over...
Bill Lenoir
Bill Lenoir
12 Mar, 2019

The Agility of Graph Databases

Graph databases are a technology in which the relationships between data are as important as the data itself. Graphs make feasible social networking, recommendation engines, and any other process where you need to navigate from one thing to another. While there are plenty of technical and business reasons to...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
04 May, 2015

On Becoming Agile

A short discourse on some key areas and lessons for those who want to adopt an agile culture.
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
27 Apr, 2015

Not “Doing” Agile

Agile is as much a way of life and cultural phenomenon as much as it is a set of processes and methodologies, if not more.