Category Archives: SoftwarePsychology

New technology does not always make it better for users.

Remember, how you used to be able to stop a VCR and then resume from where you left off when you turned it on again. We as users lost that ability when we moved to DVD players, and the technologist … Continue reading

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Structuring agile processes as Pull Models

I read the book Toyota Production  (TPS) a few months ago.  Mary Poppendieck of Lean Software  talks about TPS, to empasize some of the points in the Lean Practices she is advocating.   A few things clicked in my head when I finished … Continue reading

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