Clair
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Best way to evaluate software engineers' performance?
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checking SVN in a daily basis to review codes and to assess how much codes have been committed by each developer is a good way. is it fair and used in industry? The proposed metric is utterly unfair, ...

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Having problems within development team re approach
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8 votes

David is absolutely right, there are very few instances whereby refusal to work can be considered acceptable, generally the accepted norms would be if to continue would compromise yourself and/or the ...

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When (if at all) is it okay to break the WIP limit?
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Is this reasonable? In my personal experience the answer to that is no. WIP limits exist for a number of very good reasons, one of which is to identify bottlenecks such as that which you have ...

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RUP document templates
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I’m assuming that you are referring to Rational Unified Process as the software engineering process rather than the RUP product licensed from Rational Software. The methodology, including the phases ...

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Whats the definition and name of the "No development methodology"
2 votes

I'd opt for a rather neutral descriptor that doesn't attach any positive or negative connotations to the approach. Particularly if you're completing a comparison exercise whereby the pro's and con's ...

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Should the same person do the testing who did the development?
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As a developer myself (now working in Programme Management) I can say with absolute honesty that in all projects in which the assigned developer/development team (myself included) were tasked with ...

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Summary task in MS Project displaying as task on Gantt chart
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Spotted it as soon as I posted. The summary formatting was set for Active only. Future dating caused the issue. Amended formatting to include planned.

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