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Followers The Value Proposition for Agility–A Dual Perspective by John Favaro Follow 0 Followers , Hakan Erdogmus Follow 0 Followers Posted on Oct 18, 2012 Hakan Erdogmus and John Favaro explain why agility is good and when. They associate agility with flexibility which can lead to a better but more costly decision making process.

Followers Panel: On the Impact of Software by Clive King Follow 0 Followers , Mike Andrews Follow 0 Followers , Paul Good Follow 0 Followers , Les Hatton Follow 0 Followers , Michiel van Genuchten Follow 0 Followers Posted on Oct 12, 2012 Les Hatton, Clive King, Paul Good, Mike Andrews and Michiel van Genuchten (moderator) discuss the impact of software engineering on our lives.

Followers Keynote: System, Heal Thyself by Mike Andrews Follow 0 Followers Posted on Oct 03, 2012 Mike Andrews discusses architecting for failure even you when don’t know what might fail.

Followers Software’s Hidden Clockwork: A General Theory of Software Defects by Les Hatton Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 27, 2012 Les Hatton theorizes the possibility to predict the number of defects in software systems based on the observation that such systems have properties independent of why, how or who implemented them.

Followers Theory Meets Reality: Managing IT Systems at the Greek Ministry of Finance by Diomidis Spinellis Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 21, 2012 Diomidis Spinellis discusses measures, methods, tools and techniques used in a fight against widespread tax evasion, bureaucracy, fraud and corruption in Greece.

Followers Technical Debt, Process and Culture by Michael Feathers Follow 3 Followers Posted on Sep 10, 2012 Michael Feathers advices on creating an organizational process and culture that can enhance software development in a way that reduces technical debt.

Followers Accruing Technical Debt: Practical Decision-Making and Its Business Relevance by Christof Ebert Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 07, 2012 Christof Ebert discusses technical debt including a Netscape vs. IE case study and provides a framework with practices for managing technical debt.