This article describes how Danske Bank effectively introduced Kanban for development teams in a two day workshop using an “involve me and I learn” method. It describes how to use the approach and provides guidance on getting started, enabling you to do it yourself and get started with Kanban.
People are not widgets that can simply be fitted to a specific spot and just work. Zhenya Rozinskiy covers steps required for building remote teams and shares his own experiences.
The Java language has its fair share of peculiarities. “Java Sleight of Hand” presents nine original Java puzzlers; seemingly innocent code constructs that produce unlikely outcomes. 4
Jonas Bonér, TypeSafe CTO and original author of the first Reactive Manifesto, offered his thoughts about both desirable features of reactive applications and what is not reactive programming.
In this article, authors discuss Model Driven Engineering (MDE) practice based on a survey and found that developers use MDE to develop key parts of a system instead of generating whole systems.
In this article, Matt Wrock explores real world Windows automation scenarios. How is Windows being automated in 2014? What are the pain points? How does this differ from the Linux world?
At the recent Agile 2014 conference Sam Guckenheimer gave the opening keynote on Microsoft Developer Division's transition to a continuous delivery model. After the talk he sat down with InfoQ.
Ganesh Prasad proposes minimizing service dependencies in a SOA implementation rather than avoiding point-to-point connections in order to obtain a more flexible system that can evolve over time.
Java checked exceptions are a handy abstraction in sequential flows. But add threads and the syntactical support is no longer available. This article investigates how to overcome that limitation. 5
In the book Kanban from the Inside Mike Burrows describes the Kanban Method, explores various models that can be using with Kanban and provides a process for implementing Kanban in organizations.