Monthly Archives: December 2013

Poka-yoke and software development

Poka-yoke (the final “e” is pronounced like “eh?” in English) is the Japanese term for “error proofing”, formalized by industrial engineer Shiego Shingo as part of the Toyota Production System. (He is said to have picked the term “error proofing” … Continue reading

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Customer feedback: What we can learn from game developers

Online game companies are frequently on the forefront of technology, both the technology of the games, as well as how they are developed. For example, IMVU, a 3D online chat website, has been a leader in continuous deployment, deploying as … Continue reading

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