Lean Software Development: differentiating push- and pull-based development

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Steve Hebert's Development Blog

Keeping with the lean software theme, here is another in-depth post with references to other lean software websites, articles, and whitepapers. “Agile” development, along with another methodology called “Extreme Programming” are other lean-type methodologies that try to get away from the huge push-based project.

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  1. Damian Spaulding says

    Great BLOG. What is needed is a solution that can be developed in a matter of hours and not weeks (or weeks and not months) in the real world.
    If packages were all built off of plug-in infrastructures like ours, project lead and development time will definitely diminish, bugs would vastly reduce and large organization IT departments would be placed in a position to be far more responsive.

    Because of the architecture we utilize on a daily basis, we have realized this dream and live it every day. I would love to see the rest of the marketplace adopt the same.

    http://darwinproductions.net

  2. steve hebert says

    I’d be interested in looking at that Darwin Productions product. Do you guys have evaluation access available?

    You can contact me at: http://codebetter.com/blogs/steve.hebert/contact.aspx

    Thank you!

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