Awesome! Agile/Scrum/Sprint/Daily Scrum Meetings = tasty.
In my experience, pointless and meaningless buzzwords that do nothing to encourage the production of quality software.
Good programmers. Not processes.so what does?
Non-programmers in software companies are there to make money not software. If they get control of software projects, those same projects mysteriously slow down to a snails pace and programmers head for the exits. They use over-management, micro-management, methodology fads, impose ****ty tools and practices, meeting madness,... anything to inject chaos, cause strife, and make their jobs necessary. What's important is that they do this on purpose, and they know exactly what they're doing.
On top of that they blame any failure or schedule slip on the programmers using stupidly flawed logic like (good project => good developers) implies (bad project => bad developers). The project went badly? Must be the bad developers.
No amount of '10x' programmers (lol) can overcome management opportunity creation.
Something I read recently, which certainly rings true in my experience:
I would see that as certainly being true when you introduce management contractors / consultant companies. Their aim seems to be to extend the project to make more money.Something I read recently, which certainly rings true in my experience:
sed /management contractors\/ consultant companies/jira/
An orderly process of some kind is a must... but it has to be picked to match the people working the project. Super devs may seem like they are getting by just "winging it"... Nope - they are just following their own basic processes learned from experience. AKA - I'm doing what I know works, even if I don't want to explain it to you during anything that even remotely resembles a meeting. =)Awesome! Agile/Scrum/Sprint/Daily Scrum Meetings = tasty.
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