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Design Patterns are a form of knowledge

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Patterns are prescientific. They are not derived from first principles as scientific theory, but from empirical observations. They can provide a phenomenological foundation on top of which scientific theories can be formulated [SALINGARO...

Design Patterns

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Alexandrian Patterns In the context of TameFlow, the word “pattern” is used and intended in a very technical way, as an Alexandrian Pattern (a.k.a. “Alexandrine Pattern”). The canonical and most widely accepted definition of an Alexandr...

TameFlow and PopcornFlow foster Unity of Purpose

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PopcornFlow is an inspiring way to create validated learning through continuous experimentation created by Claudio Perrone. It can also be applied successfully to strategic thinking with real options. In this post we will see how Popcorn...

Actionable Agile Metrics Review - Part 11

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This is the final post about Dan Vacanti’s book Actionable Agile Metrics for Predictability, An Introduction. In the previous installments we have summarized the topics covered in the chapter’s of the book, and highlighted how they relat...