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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Restaurant review: Provender, Wanstead

Last week, we went for a sunday lunch at Provender, on Wanstead High Street, in North East London. It’s a small French restaurant, and pretty much every table was taken, including the small area outside (we’d booked in advance). The interior is bright, and tasteful, without being pretentious. We had the big starter platter – […]

What does “good” look like?

In traditional “waterfall” software development, “good” software meets the written requirements. No matter how bad the requirements – “good” software meets the requirements. In agile software development, “good” software meets the quality goals set by the team, and delivers the features defined by the product owner. No matter how deluded the product owner. Both models […]