Author: jaubin

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The Cult of Simplicity – Part I

A February article in the Harvard Business Review entitled Defeating Feature Fatigue (excerpted here) really struck a nerve with me. The dilemma that the authors call out in their paper

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Are There Lazy Programmers?

I had been planning on one more post in my series on Karl Wiegers’ More About Software Requirements: Thorny Issues and Practical Advice, but an interesting post from Steve Johnson

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What Is the Right Level of Detail?

A couple of weeks ago I presented an overview of More About Software Requirements – Thorny Issues and Practical Advice by Karl Wiegers. Today, I am going to drill down

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Patterns for two-year-olds

I was out walking with my two-year-old son last week when we crossed the street next to a person on a motorcycle. From the running commentary in the stroller emerges

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The art and science of disambiguation

Jeff Gray reports in his Collection of Ambiguous or Inconsistent/Incomplete Statements that “the 500 words used most in the English language each have an average of 23 different meanings.” I

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Product Management

Can’t we all just get along?

I got a notice today regarding the next meeting of the Austin PMM chapter where the topic will be Agile Software Development Techniques and Their Impact on Product Management. A

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