If you’ve been thinking about making career shift toward software development, you should strongly consider doing a quick experiment to get a better sense of if this really is something you want to do.
During the last few months, I’ve done a lot of exploring of what options exist for aspiring developers.
When adopting a new way of working, it’s natural to use what you currently know as a starting point, and to frame questions about the new thing you are learning using the terminology and perspective of the old way of working.
Among Agile teams, especially those with a strong UX focus, “MVP” has become part of the everyday din of project discussion. A typical conversation might go something like this: Yeah, we’re working on our MVP right now.
UIE just published this podcast, where I have a great discussion with Jared Spool about how I’ve applied Agile thinking and values to UX practice.
These are my slides from the full-day workshop I recently conducted at the etre get together 2011 in London.