“As a topic of conversation, I find branching policies to be very
interesting”, “Branching is great fun!”, “I wish we could do more
4 replies - 7967 views - 11/04/12 by James Betteley in Articles
Here’s another example of why language matters, and how the words we choose matter so much.
I tried to join the European Lean-Kanban tour, not in person,...
13 replies - 11524 views - 11/04/12 by Gil Zilberfeld in Articles
In the industry, I see a mindset problem that can be very detrimental to the software quality - and quite opposite to the Software As an Art mindset:...
3 replies - 2930 views - 11/04/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
Been a couple years ago that I went from Rally to AgileZen. About to move to Atlassian now.
In the spirit of keeping the...
1 replies - 1424 views - 11/04/12 by Rob Williams in Articles
Do you ever feel it’s hard to get real progress in a sprint
towards the business goal? Do you feel the feedback from a...
0 replies - 1574 views - 11/04/12 by Johannes Brodwall in Articles
One of the great things about
open source is that, since there is no deadline, and there is no one to
run out of money,...
0 replies - 2072 views - 11/03/12 by Rob Williams in Articles
A few weeks ago, we asked which programming language you'd use if Java weren't an option. JVM languages, especially Scala and Groovy, were the overwhelming...
6 replies - 10185 views - 11/02/12 by Bill Armstrong in Articles
The intent of the Builder design pattern is to separate the
construction of a complex object from its representation. By doing so,
the same construction...
3 replies - 5603 views - 11/01/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles
has been around for a long time in the Java world. At some point of
time, people realised that the concept of getters and setters was good...
8 replies - 2909 views - 11/01/12 by Lukas Eder in Articles
is a cross platform runtime. You write your code on a platform of your
choice, test it on a different platform and then push it into...
0 replies - 1635 views - 11/01/12 by Nikita Salnikov... in Articles
This has been in the inbox for far too long. I apologize for not being
able to bring this out more timely but beside my "night-job" I also do...
0 replies - 1920 views - 11/01/12 by Markus Eisele in Articles
Throughout my work with clients, I have taken on different roles from
project to project - I've sat on both sides of the table: I have been in
0 replies - 2025 views - 10/31/12 by Wille Faler in Articles
You might have missed it but right now there is another revolution going on: MOOC – Massive Open Online Courses. The idea is that exceptional teachers make...
0 replies - 4646 views - 10/31/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
For many years, I've found myself frustrated with the tools of various
programming languages, primarily IDEs, previously with Java, currently
41 replies - 10700 views - 10/30/12 by Wille Faler in Articles
I've posted a few times about the posts by John Allspaw and this is
another instance where I admire what he wrote and think it's worth
quoting a few...
0 replies - 4365 views - 10/30/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles