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  • The Accidental Agilist: A Personal Look Back at 10 Years of the Agile Manifesto

    by Johanna Rothman on  Mar 03, 2011

    Johanna Rothman reflects on her journey to pragmatic agility. She discusses the way in which agile practices work together to improve project outcomes, and how this is not restricted to software development. She challenges teams to embrace the transparency that agile brings and stop talking about becoming agile and start doing it properly.

  • Reflections on the 10 Years Since the Agile Manifesto

    by Mike Cohn on  Feb 23, 2011 2

    Mike Cohn reflects on the changes in software development over the last 10 years, as agile has gone from fringe to mainstream and his hopes that we will move from seeing agile as something different or special, to being simply the way we work. In the same way that the Magna Carta influences our lives without being in the forefront of thinking so the Agile Manifesto should fade into the background

  • Agile 10 Years On

    by James Coplien on  Feb 18, 2011 4

    James Coplien looks from the hacker culture of the 1960s, through objects in the 1980s and forward to the future to put the Agile Mainfesto in context of the 20 year cycle of fashion and change. He argues against mindless adherence to a particular set of rules and tools and for carefully thought out application of good practices that support the production of good quality software products.

A Personal Reflection on Agile Ten Years On

Posted by Stephen J. Mellor on  Feb 11, 2011

Stephen J Mellor is one of the original signatories of the Manifesto. His focus is on the use of models in software development works to overcome the perceived conflict between Agile and modelling. 6

Submissions and Reviews in the Agile2011

Posted by Chris Matts on  Feb 01, 2011

Chris Matts who has been part of the Agile Conference submission review team gives advice to submitters of Agile 2011 candidate sessions on how improve their changes of acceptance. 1

Asynchronous, Event-Driven Web Servers for the JVM: Deft and Loft

Posted by Dio Synodinos on  Jan 24, 2011

Asynchronous, event-driven architectures have been gaining attention lately, mostly with respect to JavaScript and Node.js. Deft and Loft are two solutions that bring "asynchronous purity" to the JVM.

Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon San Francisco 2010

Posted by Abel Avram on  Nov 30, 2010

The main takeway points and lessons learned from QCon San Francisco 2010 as seen by the many attendees who blogged about QCon. Experience QCon through the opinions of the attendees!

Inotify: Efficient, Real-Time Linux File System Event Monitoring

Posted by Michael Prokop on  Apr 15, 2010

In this article we will walk through how to use the Inotify Linux utility to monitor directories and trigger alerts on changes and present tools you might want to add to your personal toolbox. 1

Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon London 2010

Posted by Abel Avram on  Apr 06, 2010

The main takeway points and lessons learned from QCon London 2010 as seen by the many attendees who blogged about QCon. Experience QCon through the opinions of the attendees!

A Discussion with Allard Buijze on CQRS with the Axon framework

Posted by Josh Long on  Mar 24, 2010

The Axon framework is a Java implementation of the Command and Query Responsibility Segregation. InfoQ talked with its creator, Allard Buijze, to find out more. 9

Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon San Francisco 2009

Posted by Abel Avram on  Dec 15, 2009

The main takeway points and lessons learned from QCon San Francisco 2009 as seen by the many attendees who blogged about QCon. Experience QCon through the opinions of the attendees!

Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon London 2009

Posted by Ryan Slobojan on  Apr 09, 2009

The main takeway points and lessons learned from QCon London 2009 as seen by the many attendees who blogged about QCon. Experience QCon through the opinions of the attendees! 1

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