The Lean UX that eliminate the contractual obligations inherent with specification documents and other deliverables is presented by Jeff Gothelf in this podcast. He defines Lean UX as “a rethinking of the software design philosophies and methodologies, moving away from the contractual obligations of spec documents and focusing really more on validating your designs through building products and experiments.
Podcasts on Scrum and Agile Project Management
This podcast interviews Rini van Solingen about scrum and agile software development in distributed settings where the team is spread across different locations, different buildings or even different countries and continents.
In this podcast, Mario Cardinal explains his ideas around agile architectures and how to trace system architecture back into requirements.
To what extent are the implications of agility in software really understood? What does it mean to deliver quality in today’s software systems, and how does that need to be reflected in the development and delivery of software today? In this podcast, Walker Royce describes the core measurements that software delivery teams should focus on in moving to agility