Open Development in the Enterprise, October 2013 edition

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Yet another Open Development in the Enterprise remix. More synthetic, aimed more at managers than developers.

Yet another Open Development in the Enterprise remix. More synthetic, aimed more at managers than developers.

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  • 1. open development in the enterprise Bertrand Delacrétaz @bdelacretaz, grep.codeconsult.ch Senior R&D Developer, Adobe Basel Apache Software Foundation Member and Director October 2013 slides revision 2013-10-29
  • 2. can distributed teams work?
  • 3. what's a successful software project?
  • 4. good software is simple reliable right features and has the more brain cells are good.
  • 5. Corporate teams are too often isolated in their own watertight boxes... Bertrand Delacretaz, Octobermorguefile.com picture: krosseel on 2013
  • 6. Open Development in the enterprise A common, shared flow of information makes all the difference Bertrand Delacretaz, Septembermorguefile.com picture: taysm on 2013
  • 7. it’s about feedback pictures: taliesin, kevinrosseel xfoto on morguefile, ck ba ed e t fs! fas p loo Bertrand Delacretaz, October 2013
  • 8. can distributed teams work?
  • 9. Different cultures, timezones, mother tongues, habits. Recipe for failure? smiley: dhester on morguefile.com
  • 10. Open source success stories! Semi-chaotic, multicultural, multi-timezone distributed teams that work.
  • 11. what is open development? (it’s like open source)
  • 12. open everybody gets the same information picture: taysm on morguefile.com
  • 13. meritocratic nobody knows you’re a dog picture: xandert on morguefile.com
  • 14. sustainable conflict resolution rules self-service archives exposure promotes quality picture: ostephy on morguefile.com
  • 15. key elements
  • 16. Shared vision 4 drivers Real-time status updates Broadcast help requests Searchable archives pictures from morguefile.com http://morguefile.com/license/morguefile/ Bertrand Delacretaz, October 2013
  • 17. “centralized open collaboration bus” discussions, decisions, votes: mailing lists & archives tasks: issue tracker code: shared code repository smiley: dhester on morguefile.com
  • 18. the rules
  • 19. talk to the project! (no 1-1 email)
  • 20. speak in URLs! (precise references to persistent information) email is where information goes to die...
  • 21. plan in the tracker! (issue tracker tickets for everything)
  • 22. code in the repository! (there's no "it's on my hard disk")
  • 23. “centralized open collaboration bus” discussions, decisions, votes: mailing lists & archives tasks: issue tracker code: shared code repository smiley: dhester on morguefile.com
  • 24. does it work?
  • 25. and many others... piggy: mconnors on morguefile.com yes. Bertrand Delacretaz, October 2013
  • 26. obstacles
  • 27. we're in the same office photo by allclasswork on morguefile.com
  • 28. my code is not finished photo by beglib on morguefile.com
  • 29. mistakes in public... photo by xenia on morguefile.com
  • 30. Shared vision benefits Real-time status updates Broadcast help requests Searchable archives pictures from morguefile.com http://morguefile.com/license/morguefile/ Bertrand Delacretaz, October 2013
  • 31. In summary... this works! reading list: https://delicious.com/bdelacretaz/opendevelopment