This was recently brought to my attention and I thought you would be interested in these compelling interviews posted on www.howsoftwareisbuilt.com.
Interview with Marc Frons - CTO - New York Times Digital - Part 2
Interview with Mark Osborne, Developer Division Architect, Microsoft
Interview with Scott Densmore - Microsoft’s CodePlex and Patterns & Practices
Interview with David Campbell - Technical Fellow - Microsoft - Part II
Interview with Justin Erenkrantz - President - Apache Software Foundation - Part I
Interview with Britten Martin - Group Manager - Customer Service and Support - Microsoft
The “How Software is Built” site launched in March 2007 to gather perspectives on both the Open Source and Commercial Software Development Models and to encourage wide audience feedback and inputs. Hear industry experts weigh in on the merits of both development models. The 28 Subject Matter Expert interviews posted to date have been witnessing consistent increase in traffic since its launch with 82,872 hits and 22,575 visitors in Feb 2008.
There is also a good pipeline and interesting names for the interviews in the coming weeks/months:
Do drop by the site whenever you have the time for interesting insights on what SME’s really think about “competing” software development methodologies.
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