Tag: Software Development

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Verifiable Credentials: New Technology for Association Membership?

Our online identities are, unfortunately, not in our control. The internet was created for communication between computers, but our presence as individuals on the internet is less formally defined. We […]

Beer and Cream Cheese Agile Methodology Revisited
Posted on September 29, 2010
Just over a year ago, I blogged about how the MatrixMaxx team was using an agile software methodology we’ve dubbed “beer and cream cheese.” MatrixMaxx is Matrix Group’s Web-based association […]
In Business, I Get the Chance to Win Gold Every Week
Posted on February 18, 2010
I’m watching the Women’s Downhill competition during the 2010 Vancouver Olympics this evening.   I saw several women crash on the course, their Olympics dreams and year of preparation, go up […]
Crowdsourced Software Development?
Posted on January 14, 2010
This afternoon, the MatrixMaxx team at Matrix Group held a Town Hall meeting with clients to get feedback on about a half dozen features slated to go into the 10.1 […]
Post-Launch Tasks = Project Overhang
Posted on August 20, 2009
After each Web site launch, I ask the Project Manager in charge what’s left to do. Why?  Because inevitably, there are items that didn’t make the launch. I call this Project […]
Beer and Cream Cheese SCRUM
Posted on July 7, 2009
Last Thursday, the MatrixMaxx team celebrated a successful SCRUM sprint with a beer and cream cheese party.  So what do beer and cream cheese have to do with software development, […]