By Tom Spitz on May 06, 2013
It may be hard to imagine, but there are some similarities between software projects and eating contests. No, I'm not implying that both are messy and leave you feeling ill. Done properly, only an eating contest will produce those results.
What I am talking about is that both eating contests and software projects should employ an iterative and incremental approach. In other words, smaller chunks are better whether you're eating or implementing.
Click here to hear about a guy named Steve, his eating contest exploits, and how my sleeping brain made a connection between Steve's approach and successful software projects. This brief video describes OUM's principle of iterative and incremental and how it should be used to create success in eating contests and on software projects.
Whether it's an on-premises implementation or enabling a customer in a public cloud environment, businesses expect very rapid time to value for all of their IT investments. An iterative and incremental approach helps implementers live up to those expectations.
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