Exceptionally crisp in capturing the essence of the LeSS course by Bas Vodde. I’ve enjoyed it and benefited tremendously myself.
Some people lose their sense of perspective. I’ve lost my sense of scale. – Will Self, Scale
We learn, in computing, that choice of data structure determines the algorithms one can run, their complexity, and the corresponding performance characteristics of an application. To talk of an algorithm without a data structure is to risk meaninglessness, for the two exist in a system, like the hub and spoke of a bicycle wheel. Likewise, Scrum and Scrum-like techniques are software processes, but they are just as fundamentally about changing team structure as about the various meetings and practices then enabled. Waterfall processes are pipelines of handoff between pinned threads organized by a task allocator-manager. Scrum is a common thread pool pulling work from a priority queue, then creating changes to a shared blackboard of state, which a product manager thread reacts to by adding or editing tasks on the queue. It’s model-view-controller:…
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