Shane Gibson

Anti-Pattern

An anti-pattern is a common response to a problem that looks like a great idea but usually ends up making things worse. An anti-pattern doesn’t mean it will always fail, but it does mean it is higher risk and so you should be cautious when using it.

Information Products

An Information Product is an approach to describe a boundary for data, analytical and visualisation requirements in a way that the business stakeholders can agree what they will get and the team can understand and deliver it in small iterations.

Pattern

Patterns are a widely used concepts to describe good solutions to recurring problems using a common language.

Go to Index — https://medium.com/the-big-book-of-agiledata-patterns/index-the-big-book-of-agiledata-patterns-bb3889906513

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Shane Gibson

Shane Gibson

I help teams and organisations get value from their data, faster, with less risk, while having more fun. Best way to ping me is twitter @shagility or linkedin