How Agile Impacts Configuration Management and Testing: An Interview with Steve Berczuk

[interview]

I guess that's where there's more about agile out there so people can say well if this isn't working I’ll try this without really realizing that they're not getting the four things. They still may not do as well as they could. 

JV: Right. It's important to really know the method you are trying to apply.

SB: And why you're applying it.

JV: And why you're applying it exactly.

SB: The same for tools as well.

JV: Totally, definitely. All right, this is a good place for us to stop. Thank you so much for taking time Steve.

SB:Thank you. 

 

1Steve Berczuk is a Principal Engineer and ScrumMaster at Fitbit in Boston, MA. The author of Software Configuration Management Patterns: Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration, he is a recognized expert in software configuration management and agile software development. Steve is passionate about helping teams work effectively to produce quality software. He has an M.S. in operations research from Stanford University and an S.B. in Electrical Engineering from MIT, and is a certified, practicing ScrumMaster. Contact Steve at steve@berczuk.com or visit berczuk.com and follow his blog atblog.berczuk.com.

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