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Best Construx podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Construx podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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World-class software development requires far more than language/platform expertise and steady sprints. Join us as we describe time-tested, industry-proven software best practices at the team, organization, and leadership levels, sharing examples from recent engagements with software teams of all sizes. Construx is led by industry leader Steve McConnell, author of Code Complete and More Effective Agile. Software experts first and software trainers and consultants second, our team has seen wh ...
 
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Second in our series in which Steve McConnell describes the 28 key principles in his new book, More Effective Agile (Construx Press, 2019). The principles discussed this time: "Motivate Teams Through Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose." Agile practices inherently support the factors that contribute to motivation. Teams are intended to work with Autonom…
 
Teams succeeding with Agile approaches on smaller projects often encounter difficulties when attempting to scale those methods. In this episode, Construx Senior Fellow Earl Beede and Mark Griffin discuss specific strategies for successfully scaling Agile. First, they cover the importance of batch sizing. Overly large batches easily lead to waste, a…
 
We’re happy to continue the conversation between Steve McConnell and Jeff Atwood. Jeff is a software developer, author, and entrepreneur known for blogging at Coding Horror, co-founding the computer-programming question-and-answer website Stack Overflow, and, currently, developing Discourse, a powerful open-source discussion platform. Over the holi…
 
We’re happy to the share the first of two episodes featuring Jeff Atwood, a software developer, author, and entrepreneur known for many things: blogging at Coding Horror, co-founding the computer-programming question-and-answer website Stack Overflow, and, currently, developing Discourse, a powerful open-source discussion platform. Over the holiday…
 
Construx Principal Consultant Steve Tockey and Mark Griffin discuss design patterns in a unique way by emphasizing the importance of understanding fundamental design principles when you’re using patterns. Of the top five reasons that software projects get into trouble, the most significant issue that is directly under the control of software develo…
 
In the first of a series of episodes sharing crucial information from Steve McConnell's new book, More Effective Agile, Steve and Mark begin to describe the 28 key principles you need to understand to reap the full benefits of effective Agile. The principles discussed in this episode include the following: "Inspect and Adapt." Agile is an empirical…
 
Construx Senior Fellow Melvin Perez-Cedano and host Mark Griffin dive into developer testing in response to a recent engagement with a telecommunications client trying to improve quality and productivity. As developers, we know that we’re going to make mistakes. The point of developer testing is to discover those mistakes as early as possible so th…
 
Construx Senior Fellow John Clifford—our Agile Practices lead—joins host Mark Griffin to discuss a repeated theme of multiple recent engagements: how to get Agile teams unstuck. Many teams are struggling with “Scrum adoptions,” they think, but this characterization is inaccurate because the teams aren’t really running Scrum. Instead, they’re doing …
 
Construx Senior Fellow Melvin Perez-Cedano joins host Mark Griffin to discuss two recent engagements: a Lean-Agile Practices custom workshop with a team using proto-Kanban (a board without work-in-process limits) and a deep-dive Scrum class with experienced Scrum practitioners. In the first case, Melvin describes using a participatory decision-maki…
 
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