CAI Interview on the Software Industry
January 5, 2007
Last Fall I was privileged to be the subject of an interview conducted by Michael Milutis of Computer Aid, Inc. for their IT Metrics and Productivity Journal. It was an easy, relaxed dialog, where we talked about lots of things, including the history of my collaboration with Larry Putnam (creator of the SLIM methodology), the track record of software project failures, insane Internet-speed deadlines, and other quandaries that vex the high-technology industry.
Some people hate pictures of themselves. Others cringe when they read something that they’ve said or written. I’m happy to say that when I read this transcript, I actually think I said some useful things for our technology community. I hope you agree. You can read the full text here. Let me know what you think!