In general, most people and organizations understand what a project manager’s role is. However the product manager’s role can vary wildly from one organization, from one industry, to the next. The role also varies by size of an organization.
JT shares his perspective, in a format suitable for use during casual discussion.
Changing brakes, fluids, and rotating tires is about all Dad’s likely to let junior do to his computer-driven, exotic materials containing, hybrid-hazardous, trip-to-the-dealer-if-you-break-it vehicle.
All the while, automotive manufacturers lament a general lack of automotive interest by today’s youth. Any surprises here?
With the advance of Agile software development, a key focus is placed on how, where, and when testing is done. Taken to extreme, some suggest Quality Assurance, post-development testing, efforts are not necessary.
JT shares his own thoughts on the topic. And, offers two very fundamental reasons why QA remains important.