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Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
Ig1   Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water
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Ig1 Satelites, Software, & a Bucket of Water

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Thousands of satellites orbit our planet every day, yet very few fall to earth. Why? What can software developers learn from the discipline of satellite engineering? The presenter will draw parallels …

Thousands of satellites orbit our planet every day, yet very few fall to earth. Why? What can software developers learn from the discipline of satellite engineering? The presenter will draw parallels between software development and satellite engineering using a tiny bit of humor and a bucket of water.

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    • 1. Software, Satellites, and a Bucket of Water
      • Raymond T. Hightower
      • Twitter: @RayHightower
      IgniteChi.org
    • 2. Software Development IgniteChi.org
    • 3. Satellites IgniteChi.org
    • 4. Bucket of Water IgniteChi.org
    • 5. Programming Progress Lines of Code KLOCs IgniteChi.org
    • 6. Measuring programming progress by lines of code is like measuring aircraft building progress by weight. - Bill Gates IgniteChi.org
    • 7. Heavy satellites? IgniteChi.org
    • 8. Bucket of Water IgniteChi.org
    • 9. Satellite engineers don’t fight gravity. IgniteChi.org
    • 10. (c) 1998-2006 Benjamin Crowell, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. IgniteChi.org
    • 11. Orbit happens when the forces balance. IgniteChi.org
    • 12. Back to Software… IgniteChi.org
    • 13. What the user needs. What software can deliver. Strike a balance through listening & partnership. IgniteChi.org
    • 14. Success happens when the forces balance. IgniteChi.org
    • 15. What about the bucket? IgniteChi.org
    • 16. Bucket of water. Upside down, overhead. Dry or drenched? IgniteChi.org
    • 17. It works! IgniteChi.org
    • 18. Software, Satellites, and a Bucket of Water
      • Raymond T. Hightower
      • Twitter: @RayHightower
      IgniteChi.org

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