Thank you, WI BADD

Posted by Robert Merrill on October 6, 2010 under Agile Methods, Estimation, Project Set-Up, Waterfall (SDLC) | Be the First to Comment

Thank You to the three Wisconsin IIBA chapters who hosted the fourth annual WI BADD™ on Tuesday, 10/5/2010, and the firms that sponsored it. I met some new people and learned some new things, and I know that was a lot of work to put on.

Thanks also to the enthusiastic audience for my talk, “Room To Breathe: The Role of the BA in Shaping Early Project Expectations.” If you would like me to speak with your software sponsors or development group about the project target, estimation, and commitment problem, please contact me and we’ll set something up.

Several of you requested additional material on the estimation problem. Here are a few things:

Thanks again, everybody at WI BADD™, for a great day. I hope to see you again on Tuesday, 10/11/11.

Madison Area Business Consultants, Thursday 10/14

Posted by Robert Merrill on under Software-Intensive Businesses, Uncategorized | Be the First to Comment

Robert’s speaking on “The Software-Intensive Business—What every non-techie needs to know about computer and web programming for profit (and fun)” at the Madison Area Business Consultants monthly meeting on Thursday, October 14th, MG&E Innovation Center, 7:30 AM (in the morning).