Articles on web and software development and project leadership
A primer on writing requirements for software applications, including an overview of how to write user stories.
A complete explanation of how to estimate software projects using either the Waterfall SDLC method or the Agile story point method.
What the heck is Agile really about?
Developers are not all the same. Development teams are not all the same. And that matters.
A discussion of what a project manager really does, and some ideas for how to do it well.
The right and wrong ways to do the daily scrum, and how to tweak it to your needs.
What to consider before sitting down to write the "requirements document."
It takes the right coaching to make self organizing teams work effectively.
Data requirements can be trickier than you think.
An example of applying Agile principles to a Waterfall project.
Our approach to marketing influences our approach to software development.
Questions you should ask before starting a new website design project.
A detailed checklist for website projects, including references.
Recommended reading for current or aspiring project managers.
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