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Who’s gonna do it?

Creating great software isn’t easy. There are loads of hurdles to overcome, and the risk of failure is real. As I’ve written on many occasions, the best way to succeed is to minimise the risk of failure. Sounds a bit obvious, doesn’t it? You’d think so, wouldn’t you? … Continue reading

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Distracted by Shiny Things

A recent conversation got me questioning whether building a software prototype might end up creating its own problems… Continue reading

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New Year Challenge

This new year, why not resolve to try software prototyping techniques on a smaller project? It might just help you deliver software projects in a more organised and effective manner… Continue reading

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The power of small teams

The power of small teams is in achieving great things with minimal waste. This article discusses some of the reasons why a smaller team can be significantly more effective than a larger one… Continue reading

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Doing versus Thinking About Doing

Traditional business methods can spend too much time talking about doing without actually accomplishing much. Prototyping can turn this on its head… Continue reading

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Requirements Prototyping in an Agile World

Agile methods are in right now, but they have shortcomings. We look at how we might combine the power of Requirements Prototyping into Agile. Continue reading

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Fail to prepare…

Requirements Prototyping represents one of the best ways to ensure that your project succeeds, yet it’s still one of the first things to be overlooked when planning and resourcing software developments. Overlook it at your peril! Continue reading

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Too many cooks?

We’ve all heard the saying “Too many cooks spoil the broth”, and it holds as true in software development as it does in the heat of the kitchen. Requirements Prototyping can help… Continue reading

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