Software Quality

Technical Debt in Legacy Functionality: Prevent Accrued Interest

By Jodi Rosenblum • May 17, 2018

Technical Debt

IT leader and Agile expert, Scott Ambler is best known for his Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) framework and helps organizations from around the world … read more

 

Technical Debt for Continuous Innovation: Strategies to Avoid

By Jodi Rosenblum • March 9, 2018

Technical Debt

Strategies to fix technical debt is a topic that’s not going unnoticed this year. Discovering technical debt is inevitable as organizations modernize legacy applications. … read more

 

Technical Debt: CISQ Releases New Standard to Define and Measure Technical Debt

By Jodi Rosenblum • January 2, 2018

CISQ

Technical Debt standards have been debated for many years.  And now CISQ (Consortium for IT Software Quality) has released standard that not only measures … read more

 

Technical Debt & DevOps: 5 factors fueling automation in IT

By Jodi Rosenblum • December 27, 2017

Technical debt and DevOps are two topics on every organizations mind.  Yet, no one tackles the topic better than this article, 5 factors fueling automation … read more

 

Contribute to CISQ’s Technical Debt Remediation Survey

By Frances Lash • January 11, 2017

CISQ

Last week we published a post about the Consortium for IT Software Quality’s (CISQ) initiative to come up with a standard technical debt measure … read more

 

Building Your Software House with Big Data, Reliability, and Technical Debt

By Frances Lash • May 13, 2016

Software is like a house.
How so?
According to Lev Lesokhin, senior vice president of strategy and analytics at CAST, a house has to be continuously … read more

 

UK Banking at risk of IT Failure and Technical Debt

By Frances Lash • May 9, 2016

In this post, there is a distinct warning being made to banks in the UK: another banking outage, similar to RBS major failure in … read more

 

Managing Code Quality and Technical Debt

By Frances Lash • April 26, 2016

Technical debt is often given a bad name in the development process. This stems from the fact that when it becomes a topic of … read more

 

On Technical Debt and Mergers and Acquisitions

By Frances Lash • April 21, 2016

Mergers and acquisitions can always result in some sort of unplanned issue emerging – whether it be about competition or integrating two disparate IT … read more

 

Infrastructure as Code and Avoiding Technical Debt

By Frances Lash • March 18, 2016

This post presents an interesting mindset from which to build software: treating infrastructure as code so that the systems and devices which are used … read more