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Peter Pilgrim :: Java Champion :: Digital Architect

I design Java EE and Scala software solutions for the blue-chip clients and private sector

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Why is software development hard and why is it getting harder?

04 July 2017 No comments

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I am an avid listener of Paul Boag and his long standing award-winning podcast Boagworld, which is started as a web design over a decade ago and evolved to user experience UX, service and governance. I admit that I am fan almost right from the beginning. I learnt a lot digital from following Paul. So, early this year, when he announced that Series 18 would be completely about Open-Mic lightning talks where listeners could contribute to the show, I jumped at the chance.

I recorded a lightning talk at home using my Yeti microphone called “Why is software development hard and why is it getting harder?” around the week of the late Spring bank holiday. So I was surprised 4 weeks later when Paul send me an email reply mentioning that he had included in Episode 3 “Is your design providing significant value?” with Andy Clarke.

Go, listen and enjoy Paul’s Boagworld show and let me know what you think.

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