Outline of the Technical Debt Seminar at the Cutter Summit
Pictured above are speakers of the forthcoming Cutter Summit. Between the seventeen of us we will cover a broad spectrum of IT topics such as Agile, Enterprise Architecture, Business Strategy, Cloud Computing, Collaboration, Governance and Security. Inter-disciplinary seminars, panels and case studies will weave all those threads together to give participants a clear view of the unfolding transformation in IT and of the new way(s) companies are starting to utilize IT. Click here for a details.
As Jim Highsmith and I continue to develop our joint seminar on technical debt for the summit, I would like to give readers of this blog a sense of where we are and ask for feedback. Right now we are considering the following building blocks for the seminar:
- The Nature of Technical Debt
- Technical Debt Metrics
- Monetizing Technical Debt
- Constructing Roadmaps for Paying Back Technical Debt
- Risk Assessment and Mitigation
- A Simple Software Governance Framework
- Schedule in the Simple Governance Framework
- Enlightened Governance
- Baking in Quality One Build at a Time
- How Often Should the Project Team Regroup?
- Multi-Level Governance
- Extending Technical Debt Techniques to Devops
- Use of Technical Debt Techniques in Agile Portfolio Management
- The Start Afresh Option
- Technical Debt as an Integral Part of a Value Delivery Culture
In the course of going through a subset of these building blocks, we will cover the latest and greatest from the October issue of the Cutter IT Journal on technical debt, present two case studies, and conduct a few group exercises.
Written by israelgat
August 31, 2010 at 5:28 am
Tagged with Andrew Fried, Bob Benson, Business Intelligence, Calude Baudoin, Cloud Computing, Collaboration, Cutter Consortium, Cutter IT Journal, David Mejia, Debt Metaphor, dev/ops, E-Government, Governance, Highsmith, Israel Gat, IT, Jerrold Grochow, Ken Collier, Lou Mazzucchelli, Masa Maeda, Mike Rosen, Mitchell Ummel, Pat Reed, Risk Mitigation, Rob Austin, Robert Scott, Rogelio Oliva, Ron Blitstein, Security, Value Delivery