Posted by: SJC
CIO, IT Management, Software Quality, Software testing, User Experience
Back in mid June I was interviewed by a freelance writer working on an article about software development project closure. It was an interesting topic to me, and one which I have honestly never really stopped to think about. While I’ve blogged often about my thoughts regarding user input, communications and other development topics — project closure hasn’t really been much a part of my planning.
The article for which I was interviewed is a well written piece which I will not try enhance. (It is already full of my thoughts during the interview!). I expect that readers of this blog will find it interesting. The article entitled “The Beginning of the End: Defining Project Closure” is a recommended read.