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Aug
4
comment How does requirements management work in the long term with Agile projects?
Elephants are mammoths? Lol :)
Aug
4
comment How does requirements management work in the long term with Agile projects?
Agile is not about projects but instead developing products. So long terms projects dont really exist in Agile. Each piece of development should be self contained.
Aug
4
comment How does requirements management work in the long term with Agile projects?
Your question reads a bit like you have a solution and your looking for a problem. I don't know what your actual problem is. Why would you want to do these things? I don't know what you mean by long term vs short term, but I've done multi year projects and have not encountered the need for this.
Aug
4
comment How does requirements management work in the long term with Agile projects?
What are the purpose of collecting implemented requirements? If you think its a bug then raise a bug. Why do you need to reference requirements? Requirements only exist as long as the backlog item exists. This seems to against, "Working software over comprehensive documentation". I don't understand your problem with tests, maybe that is a separate question.
Jul
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is polling accepted in web programming?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
23
comment Is there any benefit to just artificially reducing WIP in a Kanban system?
"Assigned to" and "in progress" should be different states, no? This doesn't seem like a real kanban problem, just one with your ticketing system.
Jun
23
comment Is there any benefit to just artificially reducing WIP in a Kanban system?
I dont understand the question. The developer can surely only work on one thing at a time?
Jun
22
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why does the boolean type in C++ support `++` but not `--`?
Jun
18
comment What are the advantages and disadvantages of splitting teams by architecture tier rather than by product?
Removed references to Agile as doesn't have anything to do with Agile really. Certainly, methodologies like Scrum are about developing products. Scrum does not value component teams where value can not be delivered to customer without integration costs. If you're interested in Agile stuff you should make your question more specific to what Agile methods recommend
Jun
18
revised What are the advantages and disadvantages of splitting teams by architecture tier rather than by product?
Removed references to Agile.
Jun
16
awarded  Civic Duty
May
13
awarded  Notable Question
May
10
revised How to divide OO project into packages?
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May
10
comment How to divide OO project into packages?
@Prog the thing is, the two things are related. If you've designed your application well, then the packages should be obivious
May
10
answered How to divide OO project into packages?
May
5
revised How long do you spend on analysis? Is this analysis paralysis?
Removed vb.net tag as nothing specific about it
Apr
29
comment What is the Loopback Pattern?
Not sure I'd agree that this is a case of a Null object pattern. Null doesnt do anything, the quote from the OP clearly stated that this is actually the local system doing something.
Apr
29
comment What is the Loopback Pattern?
Is this even a pattern? You can talk to local objects using OO style and remote objects using the Proxy pattern. This is an absence of a proxy and just normal OO. It looks like the original blog post was talking about Mocking. I'm assuming this is about creating a local mock of an external service.
Apr
6
answered Are there flavours of OOP where some or all of the SOLID principles are antithetical to clean code?