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Technical Debt: Asset or Liability

Technical Debt: Asset or Liability


Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes

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The term, "technical debt" refers to delayed technical work that is incurred when technical short cuts are taken.

Just like financial debt, some technical debts can serve valuable business purposes while other technical debts are simply counterproductive. This webinar will explain when it's advisable—and when it's not—for organizations to take on technical debt. Attend this webinar to learn:

  • What the different types of technical debt are
  • How to use technical debt strategically within your organization
  • Best practices in managing, tracking and paying down debt
  • How to keep technical and business staff involved in the process

Join us to learn how properly managed technical debt can allow your organization to bridge the gap between technology and business.

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Featured Speaker:

Steve McConnell: — CEO and Chief Software Engineer, Construx Software

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