I’ve been going over a couple of posts by Steve Kilner
that question whether Agile methods can be used effectively in software
maintenance. It’s a...
1 replies - 7398 views - 10/14/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
John Allspaw and Paul Hammond did a great presentation at Velocity 2009 about the tools and culture at Flickr, which enable them to do 10+ deploys per day.
1 replies - 5048 views - 10/11/11 by Matthias Marschall in News
This is just an easy at-a-glance reference for installing the Go
cruise agent on Linux because I’ve done it a few times and just want to
0 replies - 5035 views - 10/07/11 by James Betteley in News
believe that software developers not being responsible for their
software in production is as damaging, bad and stupid as bankers not
10 replies - 11861 views - 10/01/11 by Wille Faler in News
A vast majority of daily practitioners of Continuous Integration don't
really understand it. This is a bold statement, I know. But it is not
0 replies - 11007 views - 09/27/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
This is sad. No, it's not sad, it's sick. I'm looking for ideas and
clear thinking about secure software maintenance. But I can't find
anything beyond a...
0 replies - 5247 views - 09/27/11 by Jim Bird in News
Folks like to claim that unit testing absolutely requires each class be
tested in isolation using mocks for all dependencies. This is a noble
4 replies - 10209 views - 09/24/11 by Steven Lott in News
Technical debt is usually perceived as a measure of expediency.
Source: JulesH, Wikipedia, A control flow graph of a simple function
borrow a little...
1 replies - 7558 views - 09/19/11 by Israel Gat in News
At the first devopsdays in Ghent 2009 we were extremely lucky to have Lindsay Holmwood present.
I had to skip the first devopsdays downunder. So I was...
0 replies - 6238 views - 09/16/11 by Patrick Debois in News
I’ve been playing with Rundeck
recently. For those that haven’t seen it yet it’s an application for
running commands across a cluster of machines and...
0 replies - 6752 views - 09/15/11 by Gareth Rushgrove in News
I make it no secret. I simply love vagrant. Why?
I think I mainly love it for it's simplicity , only a few keystrokes and you're up and runningthe fact that...
0 replies - 10177 views - 09/14/11 by Patrick Debois in News
Before starting with FreeAgent I decided I should spend a
bit more time with Ruby and set about building something I’d been
0 replies - 7286 views - 09/12/11 by Gareth Rushgrove in News
One of the benefits of working on a startup project of which I am the owner is that I can do things the way I want to.
One of the things I was keen to try out...
2 replies - 6289 views - 09/11/11 by Wille Faler in News
I was asked a good question by a colleague a couple of days ago.
On p419 of my book
Jez and I show and I describe a “Configuration and Release Management...
0 replies - 6772 views - 09/09/11 by Dave Farley in News
Over the last few years I’ve followed a build versioning strategy of the following format:
<Major Version>.<Release Version>.<Patch...
2 replies - 8784 views - 09/07/11 by James Betteley in News