The rules of a stand-up are simple. Every day the team should assemble for a maximum of 15 minutes so that they can assess progress towards the Sprint Goal, and self-organize in order to overcome any impediments. In this article we look at how to use the daily stand-up as a "health check" for gauging an agile team's well-being.
Brian and Steve Damadeo have a lively conversation about doing mobile app development. They talk through the steps that Steve’s team have taken in the last few years to develop solutions at Festo and come up with a set of lessons to be used when going through the process.
The history of computer systems is also the history of bugs, including epic, disastrous bugs that have caused millions of $ in damage and destruction and even death, as well as many other less spectacular but expensive system and project failures.
It's worth noting off the bat that Distributism arose as a critique both of Capitalism and Communism and represents something with some of the ideals of both sides, but altogether different in character than either.
With Microsoft’s announcement today of the general availability of its IaaS solutions, it’s only appropriate that we press on and get technical with how to use Windows Azure within your dev/test workflow.
This is the problem everybody knows and I don’t talk about Syntax here. Instead, I want to see what the .class file look like when .java file is compiled, and how JVM load the class and invoke the main method.
When software is revised for a new framework or operating system or database or when an algorithm is converted to a new language, then we're "converting" (or "migrating") software. We're preserving code, and preserving the knowledge encoded.