Form Follows Function on SPaMCast 395


This week’s episode of Tom Cagley’s Software Process and Measurement (SPaMCast) podcast, number 395, features Tom’s essay on productivity, Kim Pries on “how software developers leverage assimilation and accommodation in the acquisition of knowledge”, and a Form Follows Function installment on accidental innovation.

Tom and I discuss my post “Accidental Innovation”. Without an environment that intentionally melds process, structure, and technology, we’re left hoping for a happy accident when it comes to innovation.

You can find all my SPaMCast episodes using under the SPAMCast Appearances category on this blog. Enjoy!

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