Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sir Jonathan Ive: The iMan cometh

Mark Prigg meets Sir Jonathan Ive, the British man behind the design of Apple’s iconic products more …

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Technical Debt Is Now Costing Us $3.61 Per Line Of Code

A series of blog posts by Jonathan Bloom from CAST software summarized the company’s report on technical debt. Among the key findings: CAST now estimates technical debt to cost companies $3.61 per line of code. 35% of those items considered … Continue reading

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The Business Model Canvas

Your business model – on one page The Business Model Canvas, is a strategic management and entrepreneurial tool. It allows you to describe, design, challenge, invent, and pivot your business model. The Business Model Canvas

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Core Practices for Continuous Delivery

Continuous delivery allows teams to reduce dramatically the transaction cost of releasing high-quality software, so you can do it much more frequently, providing a much richer and faster feedback cycle from users back to product teams. But, in turn, you … Continue reading

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