This week has been an eventful week at McKenna Consultants and for more reasons that the snow! We are a determined bunch here and still all made it into the office on Wednesday and kept up our appointments in Lancashire despite the weather’s best efforts!
Posts Tagged: Software Development
One more working week to go until it is Christmas week! The MCL office is starting to fill up with mince pies and Christmas songs to accompany the programming!
There has been no rest for the wicked again this week at McKenna Consultants. This week has seen some great progress on on-going projects, new leads and some creative ideas for some fun, festive apps!
One of the cornerstones of our commitment to developing software in a professional and Agile manner is to deliver as rapidly as possible. Rapid delivery means:
Today has been a very mobile day again, but this time not Apple iPhone and iPad related, but Windows Phone related. Various sources are citing Windows Mobile market share as moving into double digits in the UK (see BBC News) and we are definitely starting to see real commercial demand for Windows Phone Apps.
We have an awful lot going on at the moment at McKenna Consultants! We are actively engaged in Agile consultancy and ongoing product development with one of our favourite clients. The stand up today was great and showed some good progress on the latest project (I have to be a little circumspect as to what… Read more »
This was inspired by a brief Twitter interaction with @AsadSafariEN regarding this article: http://www.industriallogic.com/blog/techsafety/ There are several software-maker injuries mentioned in Joshua Kerievsky’s article:
In addition to developer-drive unit and integration testing, it is very important to create realistic data sets for acceptance / gui / performance / “ility” etc testing. Creating such a realistic data set is challenging. Realistic data is not ideal data. It is frequently “invalid” data that should not even be in the system in… Read more »