According to Wordle’s processing of this blog’s text from the last six months, here’s what I care about:
I haven’t done the same for last year. If I did, I’m guessing I’d notice the following differences:
A lot less mention of Fit this year. That’s due to my decision to tone down my emphasis on automated business-facing tests in favor of exploring other ideas.
Still a lot of emphasis on tests and testing, but less emphasis on testers than last year, and more of an emphasis on programmers. I’m getting a lot more involved in questions of programming and design—playing to my weaknesses, as it were.
I’m spewing less verbiage about examples this year. Perhaps I’ve made my point.
Much less about Agile. I’m still not so happy about how it’s being domesticated and exploited, but it’s harder to get excited about it now that I’m no longer in a position to do much about it (not being on the Agile Alliance board any more).
A little navel-gazing is fun every once in a while. If you use Wordle, be aware that it thinks “example” and “examples” are different words. It also thinks “Example” and “example” are different words.