It takes some work to divide up and allocate work – doesn’t it? All good work starts with a sound plan – in your head or on paper. And there is an art in dividing up work – giving everyone in the team something to chow down on – so that each has a start and end, an objective in mind and the freedom within the work to do it any way you like. Computer science has the concept of a logical unit of work and if you have a good imagination, you can see how this can apply to work that we humans do.
I am intrigued by the similarities between work in the software and real worlds. What if every project was a software development project? What would a house look like if built in an Agile way? Further on this, we are starting every project now as a devops project – no matter whether it’s a software build or a consulting gig. I’ll let you know how we go…
Across the Industry
Sign up to a free webinar covering time management for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) projects on 26 July 2022.
Read about the rollout of GitHub’s Copilot coding assistant, designed to simplify and expedite code writing.
Have your say on the proposal for a new Telecommunications (Mobile Equipment Air Interface) Technical Standard 2022 by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
The Department for Child Protection: Child Survey Tool (eProcure)
The Department of Treasury and Finance SA: Salesforce Maintenance and Support Services (Consolidated Tenders)
Yarra Valley Water: Device Management As A Service (eProcure)
City of Greater Bendigo: Provision of Website Re-Development (eProcure)