Home of Risk-First Software Development
A conversation about software development using Risk-First vocabulary.
A Simple Scenario
An introduction to the concept that managing risk underpins all activity on projects.
Explanation of the importance of feedback loops for managing risk.
Terms to use when talking about risk on a project.
An example of how a development process reduces risk on a software project.
Risk management theory around evaluating risk, e.g. Eisenhower's box, NPV, Discounting.
An argument that all tasks in software development are focused on managing risks.
The risk mitigating strategy of testing your ideas against reality.
One Size Fits No-One
Explanation of why there can't be a perfect software methodology.
Article Published On Risk-First at InfoQ By Ben Linders.
Consuming Hacker News
A New Way to Consume Hacker News?
How to create Twitter/LinkedIn cards for Posts.
Next - Scrum?
Where to head next on developing Risk-First
Available On Amazon
Risk-First Volume 1 Available to Buy
New Proof of Risk-First- The Menagerie.
A Pattern Language
Explanation of how Risk-First comprises a pattern language of risk patterns for use in software projects.
All About Risk
Argument that software development is all about risk, as originally made by Kent Beck.
Risk-First is for software development teams, including software developers, managers, testers and technical leads.
List of Risk-First authors
List of contributors for the Risk-First wiki and other materials.
Glossary of Terms
List of terms used to discuss risks on Risk-First.
A critique of Fred Brooks' 1975 essay on improvements to software engineering.