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Jurgen Appelo Proposes the Chunking Productivity Technique

by Savita Pahuja on  Apr 16, 2015 1

Jurgen Appelo proposes a new technique of work management called the chunking technique intended to increase productivity.

Atlassian’s Stash Data Center Offers High Availability and Scalability for Git

by Steffen Opel on  Apr 15, 2015 1

Atlassian recently released Stash Data Center, a highly available and horizontally scalable deployment option for its on-premises source code and Git repository management solution Stash. New nodes can be added without downtime to provide active-active clustering and instant scalability.

Implementing Agile in Data Warehouse Projects

by Savita Pahuja on  Apr 14, 2015

This post talks about using an agile implementation for data warehouse projects.

The DevOps Mindset

by Savita Pahuja on  Apr 12, 2015

DevOps promises to break down the barriers between the developers and the systems operators, but success with DevOps hinges on the company's culture and flexibility.

Importance of a Problem Statement in the Business Model

by Savita Pahuja on  Apr 10, 2015

Ash Maurya describes the importance of writing a problem statement in the business model.

Experiences from Doing Remote Pairing

by Ben Linders on  Apr 09, 2015

Doing pair programming when working remote helps to increase interaction between developers and build relationships in teams, it makes knowledge flow and can prevent developers from drifting away. You can experiment with tooling to find a setup that works for you. Empathy and egolessness can emerge organically when doing pairing in a distributed team. Read about experiences with remote pairing.

The Role of the PMO in an Agile Organization

by Savita Pahuja on  Apr 09, 2015 4

This post describes the changed role of PMO (Project Management Office) in the Agile organizations.

From Agile Cargo Cult to Agile Organizations

by Manuel Pais on  Apr 06, 2015

Avishai Ish-Shalom talked about the importance of moving from agile cargo cult to agile organizations at DevOps Days Ljubljana 2015. He gives some practical examples and guidance for taking full advantage of Conway's Law.

Raffi Krikorian Provides Guidance for “Re-architecting on the Fly”

by Daniel Bryant on  Apr 06, 2015

At the inaugural O’Reilly Software Architecture conference, Raffi Krikorian discussed strategies and tactics for technical leads and architects who are undertaking a system rewrite. Drawing on his experience as VP of Twitter Engineering, Krikorian discussed a twelve point plan for managing a re-architecting, including defining “done”, instrumenting existing systems, and enforcing code quality.

Key Takeaways from DevOps Days Ljubljana 2015

by Manuel Pais on  Apr 05, 2015

DevOps Days Ljubljana 2015 took place on the 3rd and 4th April and talks covered the full CAMS spectrum: Culture, Automation, Measurement and Sharing.

Anti-patterns for Handling Failure

by Manuel Pais on  Apr 04, 2015

Oliver Hankeln shares the anti-patterns he found for handling failure in organizations: hiding mistakes, engaging in blame game, the arc of escalation and cowardice. He then suggests corrective actions for each of them.

What is Blocking Adoption of Servant Leadership

by Ben Linders on  Apr 02, 2015

Although the world has changed we still worship ideas from ancient management heroes says Tomasz Wykowski. Our behavior changes quite slowly. To get servant leadership adopted in organizations you need to start from yourself and be an example. Give trust to people and respect them, and invite them to change.

Ideas for Setting Up Remote Teams

by Ben Linders on  Apr 02, 2015

Organizations are increasingly working with remote teams to discover that it can be challenging to establishing remote teams and collaborate effectively with people in remote or distributed teams. An interview with Janis Janovskis on the challenges of remote teams, working together in different time zones, using hangouts and experiments to establish remote teams and finding the right people.

The Need for a Product Champion

by Shane Hastie on  Mar 31, 2015

Ron Jeffries recently posted about the need for a Product Champion, someone who knows the customer marketplace, who can be accountable for maximizing success. He discusses how in many Scrum, XP and "Agile" teams the Product Owner is not adequate for the task and that by taking the perspective of a Product Champion they can deliver great outcomes.

Improving Quality and Delivery Speed with DevOps Teams

by Ben Linders on  Mar 31, 2015 2

You can increase the quality of products by constantly increasing the level of automation of the delivery process and working with DevOps teams who constantly deliver small features to get quick customer feedback. A case story from ING Lease explaining the problems they had, experiences from the first steps of their agile and DevOps journey and exploring what they want to achieve in the future.

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