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Larry Maccherone
Thought leader on Lean/Agile, Analytics, and DevSecOps. Leads the DevSecOps transformation at Comcast. Previously, Larry led the insights product line at Rally.
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Larry Maccherone May 23
Replying to @agiletoolsio
Sure. DM me here or preferably connect on LinkedIn
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Troy Magennis May 15
Have metrics for things you want to improve, but also have metrics for things you don't want to lose.
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Larry Maccherone May 13
Replying to @t_magennis @mlevison
Most teams can do a lot of other things that don't have the big negative impact on effort but have a similar positive impact on quality, like async peer review. I distill the "duration" numbers as the result of WiP reduction, which can be done without pair programming.
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Larry Maccherone May 6
Andrew Huntley on ! If you feel the pain when I put my hand on a hotplate, I'm likely to do it again. Security groups do more harm than good when they "enable" development teams' bad behavior. Let them feel the pain!
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Larry Maccherone Apr 30
I had the honor of being interviewed by the wonderful folks
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Larry Maccherone Apr 26
Very interesting piece from Bruce Schneier on how we might break social media disinformation campaign chains!
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Troy Magennis Apr 24
Forecasting is often made more complex than it needs to be. Given your alternatives are guessing (or hoping), even a simple model will perform better. Here is my thinking process 1/
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Larry Maccherone Apr 24
Love this from . Shifting to DevSecOps Is as Much About Culture as Technology and Methodology
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John Cutler Apr 20
The late majority will always want the thing pre-canned, paint-by-numbers, guaranteed to work, installable w/o disrupting the status quo. And where there is a need, there will be a market. And the repackaging/watering down of prior work
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David Rothkopf Apr 12
Something broke in America this week. We have been spiraling downward since Trump's election, but this week, we crossed a line. The President and his men began asserting that they were above the law--and effectively no one in our system did anything to stop them.
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Roisi Mar 28
A data point for the “public speaking is useless” debate. Last night did a talk, today I have ~40 new followers, a job offer, am speaking on a podcast and potentially delivering the same talk to a corp client. My career is better than it was yesterday thanks to speaking.
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Larry Maccherone Mar 21
Replying to @gdinwiddie @t_magennis
I should have compared the predictability of three 1-week sprints in aggregate to the predictability to one 3-week sprint. That's not what I did and I suspect the effect would essentially disappear had I done that.
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Larry Maccherone Mar 21
Replying to @gdinwiddie @t_magennis
I didn't write this in the publication, but I've come to discount the predictability argument for longer sprints due to the nature how we calculated that. Law of averages mean that larger batches will have less deviation naturally.
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Larry Maccherone Mar 21
Replying to @gdinwiddie @t_magennis
You favor 2 week or even 1 week sprints. So do I, however, quality is perhaps the weakest argument to make this case as the data shows.
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Larry Maccherone Mar 21
Replying to @gdinwiddie @t_magennis
My study shows generalities but it also shows the overlap as Troy points out meaning that the upper quartile (or more) 2 week sprint teams have better quality than the median 3 week sprint teams but the median quality for 3 weeks is better than for 2 weeks.
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Larry Maccherone Mar 12
+1 to Sustainablity
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Troy Magennis Mar 11
Data-Driven Coaching: Balance these six performance dimensions continuously. Anticipate (& accept) that pushing any one of these better might impact another adversely & make trades. Discuss as a team what "Too Much" impact might be & early warning signs you are approaching that.
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Troy Magennis Mar 11
An important part of Data-Driven Coaching (as opposed to assessment or abuse) is to focus on trends, avoid reacting to (but discuss why) one bad week/sprint, and borrowing from a strength to improve a weakness. Wherever you show a dashboard, show these tips.
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