The Guardian’s Jemima Kiss writes about the BBC RAD team:
Buried away in one of the BBC’s lesser known West End office blocks, George Wright’s Rapid Application Development team have been quietly building some exciting prototypes based on BBC content.
The idea is to work in 10-week sprints on projects that aim not to build finished products, but to produce polished, working models that show just what is possible with a huge amount of content, technological skill and a bit of imagination. The prototypes are shown across the corporation and, eventually, might see the light of day in some refined form.
BBC RAD are working on two interesting projects around RadioDNS.
Read more on The Guardian’s website