Monday, July 13, 2009

Stuff I Have Found Interesting Today

The Three Types of Change

Jurgen does a good job in this one. He defines three types of change in a complex system (closed, contained, open-ended) and gives examples plus a personal story to boot.

The author shows how Kanban solves some problems he has had with iterations. I think iterations was a good step when the starting point was waterfall, but I think everyone's goal should be to abolish iterations as they produce more waste than they are worth.

Most interesting that they wound up ditching iterations.

The DFT “à Pied”: Mastering The Fourier Transform in One Day

Good explanation of Discreet Fourier Transform with code to boot.

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