Writing software and building a house are two very different kettle of fish. Patrick Gleeson will be exploring the problems ingrained in project management and how coders can help non-techies get round them. Check it out!
A brief exploration of the problems intrinsic to software project management, and a couple of suggestions for how we coders can help our non-technical colleagues get round them.
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Why Writing Software Is Nothing Like Building A House
Patrick Gleeson is the CTO of Think Smart and author of Working With Coders: A Guide to Software Development for the Perplexed Non-Techie. He once built an animatronic robot octopus that plays the xylophone, and relies far too heavily on `rubocop -a`.