• Planning for Software Maintenance: How to Prevent “Old Software”

    2 September 2014
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    Planning for Software Maintenance: How to Prevent “Old Software"
    Many first time software buyers don’t know to consider software maintenance when planning their annual budgets. This shortsightedness is understandable—software is expensive to build and most dev shops don’t want to spend a lot of time on long tail cost curves. It can also be difficult to convince buyers to continue spending more money on products after the final invoice is paid. So, why should product owners anticipate additional costs down the line? Simply put, just because your product is working as expected does not mean that it will continue to work in the future.… keep reading
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  • Agile User Story Workshop – Tips for Gathering Stakeholder Feedback

    CURTIS Digital tips for Agile User story workshops
    An Agile Story can be defined as ” short, simple description of a feature told from the perspective of the person who desires the new capability, usually a user or customer of the system – Mike Cohn” Earlier this year we had a complex CMS project where we needed to help the Project Owner gather stories from internal stakeholders. We typically have a storybuilding workshop with our clients, but the number and locations of the stakeholders on this project made that unfeasible.… keep reading
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