With 2018 on the horizon I want to spend a few moments to showcase the most popular podcasts and blog entries published in 2017.

For those of you who read the blog and don’t listen to the podcast, a quick reminder — the Software Process and Measurement Podcast explores the varied world of software process improvement and measurement, providing solutions and advice on how to improve value delivery effectiveness. SPaMCAST combines essays, commentaries, interviews, question and answer sessions, and your feedback to serve up ideas, options, opinions, and advice that can be applied in the real world. In a nutshell, the cast provides advice for and from practitioners, methodologists, pundits, and consultants!

The podcast is published every Sunday, 52 times a year (except when we have equipment failure). We publish two types of podcasts. The first type features an interview, and the second is more of a magazine and includes an essay from the blog and two or three columns from a great group of contributors. The current cast of incredible minds include:

Are you interested in participating? Pitch me! The more voices the better! (more…)



We continue showcasing our 2015 efforts with the ten most accessed blog articles written in 2015.  As with the recap of the ten most downloaded episodes of the Software Process and Measurement Cast, the blog entries that caught our reader’s eyes were widely varied.  I am thrilled that two entries from our Re-Read Saturday feature made the top ten list because the Software Process and Measurement Blog tends to get its most traffic on weekdays, which often means that Saturday and Sunday post are seen less. The inference is that the blog is being accessed primarily from work (we work very hard to keep the blog and the podcast office safe for exactly that reason). (more…)