Blogs as bookmark tools

One of the reasons I (and I'm sure others) use a blog is to talk about a product and put a link to it so we can find it again later.  So in affect, I'm using my blog as a bookmark too (with summaries.)  Many popular blogs (like slashdot) are geared towards that.  In fact, … Continue reading Blogs as bookmark tools

Modeling Products and Projects

I think many PM tools suffer from the problem of conflating multiple domain models, most likely in the attempt to shoehorm them into the same tool The simple PM tools I talked about (and reviewed previously) suffer from the additional problem oversimplifying, and provide inadequate domain elements to really model the process. I've come up … Continue reading Modeling Products and Projects

Thinking about development and related processes

In my mind, product development is broken down into three stages:  design, development, and deployment.  Project management and quality assurance are supplementary activities.  Project management manages scheduling, budget, resources (people and things) and tasks.  Quality Assurance is  responsible for testing, process, and requirements management.  In general, PM interfaces with "Business", and QA is concerned about … Continue reading Thinking about development and related processes