Hi, my name is Frank Schophuizen and I am working as a consultant in SAFe (Scaled Agile), CM (Configuration Management) and ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) for TOPIC Embedded Systems.
I have over 30 years experience in ...
Top Posts & Pages
- RTC2GIT – Rational Team Concert to GIT migration (part 2) 28/03/2020
- RTC2GIT – Rational Team Concert to GIT migration (part 1) 29/02/2020
- Configuration Management with SAFe 29/05/2018
- Agile Manifesto in het Nederlands 08/05/2018
- SAFe 4.0 for small release trains 14/12/2016
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You probably have noticed that I have exported my blog posts from Blogspot to here. And that I have not blogged very much lately, mainly because I do not finish and publish my posts. So, I am going to write … Continue reading
In the Netherlands, there is a new configuration management initiative called CM Platform [no link to a website yet]. The initiators are from Thales and KPN. Although it is still in its early stages of exploration, there is a clear … Continue reading
Last week I was one of the speakers at the 4th CM workshop organized by TOPIC Embedded Systems and Philips Applied Technologies. I spoke about how Web 2.0 technology will have its (change) effect on configuration management. As a speaker, … Continue reading
Recently, I have created a Configuration Management space with an underlying Configuration Management wiki on IBM developerWorks. Initial focus will be on IBM products (ClearCase, ClearQuest and UCM) and on CM concepts and practices. Later, it is my intention to … Continue reading
The blog of Kathy Sierra is really a recommended read when you want to get excellent insights in user community building and how this influences user’s experience and perspectives. For example, her blog entry about ultra-fast change explains how extremely … Continue reading
Although I don’t really like reading books, I started in Behind Closed Doors of Johanna Rothman and Esther Derby. It really is not a book about management, but about working with people as a manager. Easy readable and for a … Continue reading