“Team Genuis: The New Science of High-Performing Organizations” by Richard Karlgaard and Michael Malone. The latest Scientific perspective on high performing team, his Microsoft example is very interesting. And the Hypothesis used to
His presentation at Google
“Since software is about learning, and we rarely, if ever, do the same project twice, we are always estimating the unknown.” Johanna Rothman author of “Predicting the Unpredictable: Pragmatic Approaches to Estimating Cost or Schedule”
Science Heroes: An amazing analysis on the impact of innovation that has benefited us all.
Freakonomics Failure is your Friend Stephen Dubner interviews Steve Levitt his coAuthor on “Think Like a Freak“, Allan McDonald from Morton Thiokol Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Motor Project and Gary Klien a cognitive psychologist about Go fever. You can read the transcript or listen via YouTube.
Making Architecture Matter: A brief but great presentation by Martin Fowler of ThoughtWorks about Software Architecture and a reference to his design stamina hypothesis.
“The Leprechauns of Software Engineering“ by Laurent Bossavit looks to be an interesting read dealing with Folklore in software development that is widely believed to be fact. I will add it to the pile to read or at least a quick scan.
A good resource with articles explaining SAP CIF. I wanted to brush up on CIF a bit.