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  • Q&A on Exploring the Practice of Antifragility

    by Ben Linders on  Jan 04, 2016

    In the book exploring the practice of antifragility Si Alhir and Donald E. Gould collected experiences with and perspectives on applying antifragility. InfoQ interviewed them about their view on applying antifragility in software development, how antifragility can help organizations to become more flexible and able to deal with change, and the results gained from applying antifragility.

  • Ideas for WebRTC Implementation

    by Nikolai Bezruk on  Jan 03, 2016

    WebRTC promises to revolutionize the way we communicate on the web. The technology is still nascent and there's more than one way to implement it, depending on your needs. In this article, Nikolai Bezruk offers a few suggestions on how to decide which WebRTC implementation is right for you.

  • Continuously Improving Your Lean-Agile Coaching

    by Luca Minudel on  Jan 01, 2016

    This article describes the challenges faced in starting a group of internal lean-agile coaches and some outcomes such as self-assessment radars, mentoring sessions, and a few lessons. If you are considering a career as a lean-agile coach, you can use it to assess where you are and the next steps you can take. If you already are a lean-agile coach, you can use this to improve your coaching.

Towards an Agile Software Architecture

Posted by Boyan Mihaylov on  Dec 28, 2015

Boyan Mihaylov covers his experience when working with both traditional waterfall software architectures and agile ones. 10

Connect Agile Teams to Organizational Hierarchy: A Sociocratic Solution

Posted by Pieter van der Meché and Jutta Eckstein on  Dec 27, 2015

This article suggests using sociocracy as a solution that leaves the hierarchies in place yet still allows teams to act in an agile way.

AngularJS in Action - An Interview With Lukas Ruebbelke

Posted by Alex Giamas on  Dec 27, 2015

AngularJS in Action by Lukas Ruebbelke is a hands-on book about AngulaJS. With AngularJS v.2 Beta just being released, InfoQ spoke with the author about the book and AngularJS direction.

No Starch Press' Python Playground Review and Q&A with the Author

Posted by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 25, 2015

Python Playground provides a large and varied collection of projects to show how Python can be used in such different contexts as ASCII art, birds simulation, interfacing to Raspberry Pi, and more.

What We’ve Learned at Devoxx4Kids about Teaching Technology to Kids

Posted by Devoxx4Kids.org (Arun Gupta and Daniel De Luca) on  Dec 23, 2015

The holiday season is a great time to think about our children and their futures. Devoxx4Kids organizers reveal tips for guiding our fledglings into a lucrative future in programming & electronics.

Interview series: DevOps Enterprise Adoption

Posted by Manuel Pais on  Dec 16, 2015

InfoQ ran a series of interviews during the DevOps Enterprise Summit 2015, focusing on the DevOps transformations that many corporations are currently undertaking.

The Soul of a New Release: Eating Our Own Dog Food

Posted by Nikita Salnikov-Tarnovski on  Dec 15, 2015

In this article Plumbr's development lead describes techniques used to successfully release a major upgrade to the Plumbr Java Performance Monitoring solution, without being burned by the usual fires

Easily Create Java Agents with Byte Buddy

Posted by Rafael Winterhalter on  Dec 08, 2015

In this article Rafael Winterhalter, creator of the bytecode manipulation tool Byte Buddy, provides detailed guidance on how to easily create Java agents using Byte Buddy.

Go in Action - Review and Q&A with the Author

Posted by Sergio De Simone on  Dec 04, 2015

Go in Action from Manning aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to Go, its syntax and implementation, and its most common idioms. InfoQ has spoken with William Kennedy, author of the book.

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