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Being lean is reducing waste. Waste in software is mostly caused by code. Value less, change adverse code that plagues our systems.
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Software engineering 101 - The basics you should hear about at least …

The facts about Engineering Culture. These are the things I wish I were told about at the beginning of my career.
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Straw Man Lean Enterprise by @TriKro

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The enterprise adoption of lean startup principles is following much the same course as startup ecosystems adopting lean startup. It's the Lean Hype Cycle.
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Lean Expert Interview : Catherine Chabiron

Lean Expert Interview : Catherine Chabiron | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
A graduate from HEC Business School, Catherine Chabiron has been Lean Office Manager at Faurecia for the last ten years or so after having worked in many different areas such as Marketing, sales, a...
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Problems are not bad news. Problems should be welcomed because they are an opportunity to learn and change something in our way of work

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Seven Changes to Remove Waste From Your Software Development Process

Seven Changes to Remove Waste From Your Software Development Process | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
This is a story about implementing Lean Software Development in a software vendor house for about 2 years, during which seven major changes have gradually been implemented that have helped the R&D department to remove waste from their software development process with encouraging results.
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A framework for thinking about work | NCZOnline

A framework for thinking about work | NCZOnline | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Your product owner comes to you with a request, and suddenly your stomach is tied in knots. There's something about the request that doesn't sit right. You
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L'évolution des organisations vers le Lean Management - YouTube

Pour utiliser cette vidéo dans un cadre professionnel ou réaliser vos propres vidéos pédagogiques sur le Lean ou l'excellence opérationnelle : contactez-nous...
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5 kinds of startup waste you are probably guilty of | Spikelab.org

5 kinds of startup waste you are probably guilty of | Spikelab.org | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
When you are starting out with little to no resources avoiding waste is crucial. However waste takes many forms and some are easy to fall for
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Looking at Value in a new Light

Looking at Value in a new Light | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
I have had the book "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" on my reading list for over 20 years. So it's been interesting finally picking it up and reading it. Some regrets about not having re...
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Agile Metrics - Velocity is not the Goal

Live from Agile 2013 Great session this morning from @DocOnDev, the Director of Engineering at Groupon. Velocity is units/time with direction. Many teams struggle to obtain a stable velocity. Veloc...

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"... that which is measured will improve, at a cost… when a measure becomes a target it ceases to be a good measure... correlation is not causation."

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Velocity is units/time with direction. Many teams struggle to obtain a stable velocity. Velocity is a lagging indicator like unemployment, or the weather forecast. You don’t fix unemployment by focusing on that, you fix unemployment by fixing the economy.

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Estimations farfelues ou inexistantes: mais qu’est-ce qu’ils ont tous ?

Estimations farfelues ou inexistantes: mais qu’est-ce qu’ils ont tous ? | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, July 13, 2013 10:18 AM

Rappelez-vous: l’incertitude est la règle, et la certitude (ou le sentiment de certitude) le plus souvent un leurre…

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Looking at Value in a new Light

Looking at Value in a new Light | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
I have had the book “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance” on my reading list for over 20 years. So it’s been interesting finally picking it up and reading it.
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Imitation is the real evil

Imitation is the real evil | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
We are taught to imitate at school. Even if you get the right answer, teachers will mark you down if you don't show you're working out. It is only later on at University that the education system s...
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Clean Coder Blog

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OO is not about state.

Objects are not data structures. Objects may use data structures; but the manner in which those data structures are used or contained is hidden. This is why data fields are private. From the outside looking in you cannot see any state. All you can see are functions. Therefore Objects are about functions not about state.

When objects are used as data structures it is a design smell; and it always has been. When tools like Hibernate call themselves object-relational mappers, they are incorrect. ORMs don't map relational data to objects; they map relational data to data structures. Those data structures are not objects.

Objects are bags of functions, not bags of data.
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The problem with OO is that more than 30 years later, you still need disclaimers like: Objects are not Data, OO is not about state, ORMs don't map data to objects... If you need to remind it forever, it means that something is/was wrong in the first place!

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Architecture Organisationnelle: Changer radicalement pour s’adapter au consommateur de l’ère numérique

Architecture Organisationnelle: Changer radicalement pour s’adapter au consommateur de l’ère numérique | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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La DSI désintégrée face à la digitalisation de l'entreprise

La DSI désintégrée face à la digitalisation de l'entreprise | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Un sujet qui me trotte dans la tête depuis une bonne année maintenant. Plus précisément depuis l'interview de Catherine Chabiron en charge du programme Lean chez Faurecia. Un des éléments que Cathe...
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“ah non, ce n’est pas une anomalie mais une nouvelle demande” + échanges d’emails pendant 3 semaines pour s’accorder sur la nature du changement à réaliser, pendant que le client ronge son frein.

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Reimagine Your Enterprise

Reimagine Your Enterprise | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
Make human-centered design the heart of your digital agenda.
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...these companies position their digital investments not as costs, but as catalysts...

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How to assess your organization culture in one question

How to assess your organization culture in one question | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
I was doing an Enterprise 2.0 Masterclass to a group of technical national directors at INSEP (French national institute of sports) and one of the attendee asked me this question : "How can I quick...
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Responsive Design for Apps — Part 1

Responsive Design for Apps — Part 1 | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
A few months ago I was tasked with finding a good solution for a client who wanted to move to responsive design, but had a web app that they needed to support as well. The question they asked is on...
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Built in quality: Lean's Unique Approach to Quality

Built in quality: Lean's Unique Approach to Quality | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
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“I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.”

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Five Frequently Asked Questions About Lean Startup--and Five Free Tickets

Five Frequently Asked Questions About Lean Startup--and Five Free Tickets | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it
At The Lean Startup Conference, December 9-11 in San Francisco, a unique roster of speakers and mentors will offer deep insights into advanced entrepreneurship techniques. Because the Lean Startup is

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Philippe Vallat's curator insight, November 26, 2013 2:10 PM

1. “How do I create a culture of experimentation?”

2. “How, in a hierarchical corporate structure, can I get senior managers bought in?”

3. “How do I keep up team morale when experiments invalidate ideas, meaning that people have to ‘throw away’ their work?”

4. “How do I make sure problems with my MVP won’t hurt my brand?”

5. “How can Lean Startup help non-tech companies?”

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Rendre le travail visible : la solution pour sortir de la crise

Pierre-Yves Gomez, professeur à EMLYON Business School, publie « Le travail invisible, enquête sur une disparition » Voilà trente ans que l'on nous fait la p...
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Larry's comment, November 3, 2013 2:35 AM
Caricatural, sommaire et prétentieux... bonne chance aux lecteurs...
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Insights Vs. Organizations: how organizations reduce insights

Insights Vs. Organizations: how organizations reduce insights | Lean Software Development | Scoop.it

Most organizations claim—and sincerely believe—that they want to increase insights and put them to use. We shouldn’t let that sincerity fool us.


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David Hain's curator insight, July 13, 2013 8:07 AM

Very "insightful!!"

Philippe Vallat's comment, July 13, 2013 8:50 AM
indeed!
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TOC : Increasing flow through the bottleneck

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TOC : Increasing flow through the bottleneck

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Hein Holthuizen's curator insight, August 11, 2013 5:03 AM

Marvellous demonstration

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JSDB.io - The Database of JavaScript Libraries

A collection of the world's best client-side javascript libraries
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