Episode 028: Brains, Feedback Systems, Demons, and Goats with Janelle Klein
April 14th, 2017 · 1 hr 5 mins
About this Episode
00:16 – Welcome to “Goats On Podcasts” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”
01:19 – Origin Story
04:36 – The Development of Development
06:58 – Automated Tests and Mistake Detection
09:21 – Designing Releases and Best Practices
20:13 – “The Code is Better”
There is no "the code is better."— Jessica Kerr (@jessitron) April 12, 2017
There is only "our experience is better." (users and developers)@greaterthancode with @janellekz
15:08 – Measuring Effort, #CollaborativePain, and The Error Handling Process
abstraction: great when it works.— Jessica Kerr (@jessitron) April 12, 2017
when something breaks it's like an egg cracking and all its guts spill out.@janellekz @greaterthancode
Why Software Gets In Trouble by Gerald M. Weinberg
33:24 – Discovery and Documentation
37:44 – Agile Fluency
Agile Fluency Project: Chart Your Agile Pathway
Quality Management Maturity Grid
40:42 – Building a Conceptual Model of our Brains with Code
51:56 – Identifying Project Pain: Slicing and Dicing
57:23 – Change Sizing
Rein: Gerald M. Weinberg’s Quality Software Management Series
Janelle: The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization by Peter M. Senge
Sam: The pain that we experience in software development is really cognitive dissonance.
Jessica: Programming is like summoning a demon.
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