Pair programming is very known as efficient technique of
writing code. Originally appeared as one of key XP practices, it got a
lot of traction. You can...
1 replies - 2938 views - 12/01/12 by Alexander Beletsky in Articles
Over the past couple of years I’ve worked on several different
applications and one thing they had in common was that they had a huge
0 replies - 1830 views - 11/25/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Technical Debt is worth nothing if no pragmatic action is taken into code, in order to control and tackle it. To ilustrate the Scertify's capability to...
0 replies - 3188 views - 11/13/12 by Michael Muller in Articles
“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 - 7336 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 - 8318 views - 11/04/12 by Gil Zilberfeld 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 - 1365 views - 11/04/12 by Johannes Brodwall in Articles
I’d like to talk about three aspects of knowledge: span, depth and
connections between the disciplines. I’ve come up with a good metaphor
1 replies - 10188 views - 10/10/12 by Michael Dubakov in Articles
Their is no magical elixir, mobster payoff, or performance enhancing
drug that makes a good programmer. Developers come from all walks of
life. Some have...
0 replies - 6905 views - 10/10/12 by Zac Gery in Articles
Whether you call it a defect or bug or change request or issue or enhancement you need an application to record and track the life-cycle of these...
0 replies - 5655 views - 09/18/12 by Dalip Mahal in Articles
Going through the statistics of rules’ usage on Techdebt.org
I was surprised to find critical PMD rules that seem to be
disregarded. Here is a...
3 replies - 4070 views - 09/06/12 by Armel Gouriou in Articles
In past webinars we’ve
talked about Lean startups and what the enterprise can learn from them.
We’ve pointed to these guys as examples at the extreme...
0 replies - 4845 views - 08/30/12 by Eric Minick in Articles
The Lean Startup teaches us to focus on learning about what really
works for our customers. It advocates using the scientific method for...
0 replies - 5238 views - 08/13/12 by Matthias Marschall in Articles
Recently I tweeted, “/Estimating/ is often helpful. /Estimates/ are often not.”
Several people asked, “How can this be?” Let me say more, in more than...
0 replies - 7101 views - 08/08/12 by Esther Derby in Articles
There’s a lot of dogma in the
religious wars around software development practices and methodologies.
Are phase-gate methodologies effective at managing...
8 replies - 31826 views - 08/03/12 by Jez Humble in Articles
I presented a webinar Organizing for Continuous Delivery
earlier this week, which was a lot of fun. The recording of me droning
over the slides is...
0 replies - 5930 views - 07/19/12 by Kief Morris in Articles