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The BlogNotions Developers Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the software development industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technological advances and platforms, discussions of various problems and solutions, best practices to managing projects, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

A First Look at ESP32-LyraTD-MSC Audio Mic HDK with Baidu DuerOS Assistant

Earlier this year, Espressif Systems had unveiled their ESP32-LyraTD-MSC Audio MiC HDK (Hardware Development Kit) which features an ESP32-WROOM module, a 4-mic array DSP, 3 microphones, an audio jack, and various I/Os. I received the board a couple of weeks ago, and while there’s no public information released yet, the company provided me with ESP32-LyraTD-MSC […]

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Ten Things the Beatles Taught Me About Being Agile

While cleaning my home office recently, I decided I would listen to all of the Beatles’ albums. I’d start with “Please, Please Me” from 1963 and work my way to 1970’s “Let It Be.” My goal was to finish cleaning before the Beatles ended with “Get Back.” In doing so, I realized that much of […]

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Comment on Accounting for Internal Use Software by Donald Bickel

As a finance and accounting guy, my general bent is towards certainty.  It’s great when everything fits into nice, intuitive buckets that can be labeled and accounted for.  But, that’s not always possible.  Especially as more and more companies are making a dramatic shift from project-based software delivery to more product-based management.  All of these […]

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Comment on Acceptance Criteria by David Murphy

Did We Build the Right Product? And, Did We Build the Product Right? Acceptance criteria are important.  Unfortunately, we often overlook or undervalue it as an aspect of the iterative planning process. It is super important because projects succeed or fail based on the ability of the team to meet their customers documented and perceived acceptance […]

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Comment on Acceptance Criteria by David Murphy

Did We Build the Right Product? And, Did We Build the Product Right? Acceptance criteria are important.  Unfortunately, we often overlook or undervalue it as an aspect of the iterative planning process. It is super important because projects succeed or fail based on the ability of the team to meet their customers documented and perceived acceptance […]

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