18 Nov '13, 4pm

Nice reminder from @robb1e on the four goals every project should aspire to have via @pivotallabs

I did a presentation recently at NYU for their Summer Launchpad programme where I talked about prototyping and agile development. There was one slide I touched upon in the talk that I wanted to expand upon here, and the topic was on the four goals every project should aspire to have. They are: Features that have hypothesis Hypotheses that can be easily validated Code that is always production ready Code that is easy to change Why do I think this is important? Features that have hypotheses associated to them have gone through a thought process that believes something in the application will be improved. That may be experience, revenue or other performance indicators for an application. This will help focus the feature and enable suitable metrics to be extrapolated and used to falsify the hypothesis. Being easily validated means that the hypothesis and by the same nature, th...

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