Paying Down the Interest on your IT Technical Debt — CAST

By Alexandra Szynkarski On May 14, 2012 At 7:59 am

Bill Curtis - Technical Debt

Dr. Bill Curtis – Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist with CAST – lays out the “Technical Debt Management Cycle”, a 7-step process for analyzing and measuring Software Debt so you can relate executive business priorities to strategic technical quality priorities for reducing business risk and IT cost. It includes a formula to benchmark your Technical Debt against industry data, or adjust the parameters to best fit your organization’s own software maintenance and structural quality objectives, experiences, and costs.

7 Steps to Pay Down the Interest on Your IT Technical Debt
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Recommended Reading from Dr. Bill Curtis:
- How to Monetize your Application Technical Debt
- Benchmarking Technical Debt with CRASH

7 Steps to Pay Down the Interest on Your IT Technical Debt
Learn how to handle “Technical Debt”

In 2011, there were more IT system failures, outages and data breaches occurred than any previous year since the dawn of the age of technology. And while some of these issues could be traced to intentional and malicious undermining of systems, many, if not most, had some measure of application software failure or weakness at their root.

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