Once again, I’m making an appearance on Tom Cagley’s Software Process and Measurement (SPaMCast) podcast.
This week’s episode, number 438, features Tom’s essay on using sizing for software testing, Kim Pries with a Software Sensei column (canned solutions), and a Form Follows Function installment based on my post “Organizations as Systems and Innovation”.
In this episode, Tom and I discuss how systems must fit into their context and ecosystem, otherwise it can be like dropping a high-performance sports car engine into a VW Beetle. Disney-physics may work in the movies, but it’s unlikely to be successful in the real world. If all the parts don’t fit together, friction ensues.
You can find all my SPaMCast episodes using under the SPaMCast Appearances category on this blog. Enjoy!