AboutFrom a junior developer through Sr Manager position, I was always interested in new technologies. Passionate speaker, IT junky, developer, architect, team lead, and development manager - many hats, one goal - making software better and being closer to people’s needs. For the most part I am using my blog as a scratch pad, writing small articles on things which I came across, was asked about more then once, and which would otherwise require additional research again and again.
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Tag Archives: Product Management
In his post today, Marshall Fryman discsusses problems with shared development environment or workgroup development. Yes, it could be a complex problem which is rarelly addressed. Note. Even though we are talking about Delphi here, it is really could be applied to any … Continue reading
What does it take to become a good product manager? If you do not see or do not know a difference between product and project management, then you probably have a big problem. To manage something efficiently one need to have clear … Continue reading
Over past years I have been asked on several occasions to explain why would someone called himself a Product but not Project Manager. In Software Industry is question causes a great deal of confusion: What is the difference between two? When you … Continue reading
Why am I writing about management of products/projects? There is something uncertain about the whole thing when it comes to defining it for Software. And this is probably why many classic MBAs do fail applying their knowledge in IT industry. … Continue reading
In his SD Times’ article Why Some Developers Are Hurting SOA David S. Linthicum is discussing some of aspects of mutual relationship between Developers and Software Architecture. …hard truth is that most developers don’t think about architecture, but focus more on … Continue reading