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Apache Maven JDeps Plugin 3.0.0 Released

by Abraham Marín Pérez on  Nov 25, 2015

A new maven plugin that uses the jdeps utility to find uses of JDK Internal APIs has been released. When activated, the plugin will force a failure if the code uses any internal API. Internal APIs will be unaccessible as of Java 9, therefore this plugin helps developers adapt their code to the next version of Java. Despite being labeled as 3.0.0, this is the first release of the plugin.

Stop Being Lazy, and Test Your Software (with the Help of Docker)

by Daniel Bryant on  Nov 22, 2015

At DockerCon EU 2015, Laura Frank presented “Stop Being Lazy, and Test Your Software”. Frank proposed that testing software is necessary, no matter the size or status of your company, and introducing Docker to the development workflow can assist with writing and running testing frameworks more efficiently, and ultimately facilitate the delivery of high quality software products to customers.

Real-life Agile Scaling - Henrik Kniberg's Opening Keynote at Agile Tour Bangkok

by Shane Hastie on  Nov 21, 2015

Henrik Kniberg, author of the InfoQ Minibook “Scrum and XP from the Trenches”, gave the opening keynote at the Agile Tour Bangkok conference on Saturday 21 November in Thailand. His talk was titled “Real-life Agile Scaling”, in which he addressed the key challenges to scaling agile beyond a few teams. He asked why organisations want to scale, and presented some ideas on how to do so.

Docker Ready for Deploying Containers to Private and Public Cloud

by Guillermo Beltri on  Nov 20, 2015

Docker Inc. has unveiled Docker Universal Control Plane at DockerCon EU celebrated this month in Barcelona. DUCP is a commercial solution for deploying and managing Dockerized distributed applications in production delivering Containers as a Service (CaaS).

Human Refactoring: Applying Refactoring to Your Life

by Ben Linders on  Nov 19, 2015

Bryan Beecham gave a keynote about Human Refactoring at the Agile Testing Days 2015. InfoQ interviewed him about how Human Refactoring can help us to improve our lives, how it relates to refactoring code, why he considers eating healthy food to be important, how agile teams can benefit from human refactoring, and where people can find more information about self improvement and individual growth.

Making People Feel Empowered with Intent-based Leadership

by Ben Linders on  Nov 18, 2015

Intent-based leadership is about giving control and decision-making power to people who have the information. When we give control to people who have the competence and clarity, we create an environment where great things happen. An interview with Jenni Jepsen about intent-based leadership, giving influence and control to people, and creating an environment where people can feel empowered.

Patrick Debois Shares His Experiences On Mobile Continuous Delivery

by João Miranda on  Nov 18, 2015

Patrick Debois, leading light of the DevOps movement, has been working on the "mobile continuous delivery" space for the past year and recently shared what he has been learning at the Velocity conference. His talk mentioned dozens of tools, scripts, and applications that cover the full mobile software development lifecycle. InfoQ took the opportunity to talk to Debois on the subject.

Daniel Jacobson on Ephemeral APIs and Continuous Innovation at Netflix

by Jerome Louvel on  Nov 17, 2015

InfoQ had the opportunity to interview Daniel Jacobson about ephemeral APIs, their link to experience-based APIs and when to consider them. He also explains why generic resource-based API architectures can run into problems at scale and why he doesn’t use an API descriptor language. Finally, he describes the various tools they built to deliver those APIs including Falcor, Scryer or Nicobar.

Tomas Rybing on Product Radar

by Savita Pahuja on  Nov 17, 2015 1

Tomas Rybing shared the concept of product radar. This post covers the concept of product radar and covers author's view-point on this.

What Is New on ThoughtWorks Radar Nov 2015

by Abel Avram on  Nov 14, 2015

ThoughtWorks has published their radar for the end of 2015, covering technologies in four areas: Languages & Frameworks, Platforms, Techniques, and Tools.

Kanban at the Dutch National Archive

by Ben Linders on  Nov 13, 2015

Bianca Griffioen gave a talk at the Lean Kanban Benelux 2015 conference about how kanban has been adopted to visualized, prioritize and manage work at the infrastructure and services department of the Dutch National archive. InfoQ interviewed her about why they decided to go for kanban, how they introduced kanban and use it, how the team and stakeholder feel about kanban and what they learned.

IT Hosting with Kanban: A Case Study from an Insurance Company

by Ben Linders on  Nov 13, 2015

Odile Moreau presented a case study of a big insurance company who started their Agile journey with Kanban for IT Hosting teams at the Lean Kanban Benelux 2015 conference. InfoQ interviewed her about the situation at the insurance company, what made them decide to choose Kanban, how teams use Kanban to manage flow and coordinate, and asked her to share learnings from this Kanban journey.

Agile with Internal Coaches and Facilitators

by Ben Linders on  Nov 12, 2015

An interview with Andreas Schliep and Peter Beck about why internal coaches and facilitators are important when organizations want to increase their agile maturity, advantages and disadvantages of working with external coaches, how internal coaches contribute to agile adoption, what internal coaches and facilitators can do to be ready to work effectively, and qualification of internal coaches.

Rebuild or Refactor?

by Ben Linders on  Nov 12, 2015 3

Should you rebuilding or refactoring software?An interview with Wouter Lagerweij about what it is that makes refactoring so difficult, if rebuilding software is less risky than refactoring, and how continuous delivery fits with rebuilding software.

Product Development in an Unruly Mob: Alex Wilson and Benji Weber Q&A

by Daniel Bryant on  Nov 11, 2015

At the fifth ‘Agile on the Beach’ conference, held in Cornwall, UK, InfoQ sat down with Alex Wilson and Benji Weber from Unruly. Wilson and Weber presented a session at the conference entitled 'Product Development in an Unruly Mob', and discussed how mob programming has helped Unruly get the best from the software delivery team.

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