Earlier this year I wrote about Agile's perspective on failure.
In that blog I indicated that my brother-in-law (a psychologist) sent
me some of the latest...
0 replies - 6637 views - 12/06/12 by Steve Rogalsky in Articles
There are some technologies that have such strong "street cred", they are effectively untouchable. Anyone who dares imply that they are deficient in any way is...
31 replies - 33230 views - 12/03/12 by Shannon Behrens in Articles
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 - 3595 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 - 2201 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 - 4122 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 - 8132 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 - 11697 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 - 1618 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
2 replies - 11564 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 - 10442 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 - 6630 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...
4 replies - 5922 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 - 5522 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 - 6305 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 - 10189 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...
10 replies - 38441 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 - 6999 views - 07/19/12 by Kief Morris in Articles
We live in a world where we are already expected to know, where
competence is assumed, but competence disappeared with craftsmanship to
be replaced by...
0 replies - 7665 views - 07/18/12 by Tom Howlett in Articles
About the Video: Agile development and Cloud computing are causing organizations to
consider how DevOps strategies support the entire application change...
0 replies - 5194 views - 07/03/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
A few months ago I attended a talk by Rob Harrop at SkillsMatter on the topic of Continuous Delivery. [Video Here]
Continuous Delivery is all about setting...
0 replies - 14255 views - 06/16/12 by Ben Wootton in Articles