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  • How Did You Start Coding?

    by Abel Avram on  Nov 05, 2015 1

    In this article we publish the results of two surveys on how and when the respondents started programming, followed by the stories of several InfoQ editors telling how they started coding and their professional life journey.

  • What Makes Joy,Inc Work? Part 1 - the Menlo Way

    by Shane Hastie on  Nov 05, 2015

    Having read Joy,Inc and heard Rich Sheridan talk about the Menlo Innovations way, I wanted to understand if this was real and if so how the ideas could be applied elsewhere so I spent a week there. This is the first of three articles and looks at what the Menlo way is and how it evolved.

  • Context is King: What's your Software's Operating Range?

    by Francisco Torres on  Nov 04, 2015

    Francisco Torres shares from experience how users might change how one sees the context of a project and why it is important to define a software’s operating range: the set of quality properties in which a software system can successfully run.

The Mathematics of Adaptive Security

Posted by Matthew Glenn on  Nov 01, 2015

Enterprise security teams are charged with maintaining the “perfect” set of security policies. In their pursuit of the perfect security policy, they are often the department of slow.

Scaling Docker with Kubernetes V1

Posted by Carlos Sanchez on  Oct 31, 2015

Find out what's new in Kubernetes V1 with a Jenkins example in Google Container Engine. V1 brings enterprise-level capabilities such as self healing, service discovery, dynamic DNS, resource quotas.

Oozie Plugin for Eclipse

Posted by Ahmed Mahran on  Oct 30, 2015

A new Eclipse Oozie plugin allows to significantly simplify implementation of Oozie processes by allowing to define them graphically. An article introduces plugin and provides an example of its usage.

The First Few Months of a New Team

Posted by João Miranda on  Oct 30, 2015

Last January, the OutSystems R&D group introduced a new product development team. This article explains how we organized ourselves and presents some of the major lessons we learned along the way.

Q&A on the book Leading the Transformation

Posted by Ben Linders on  Oct 29, 2015

In the book Leading the Transformation executives Gary Gruver and Tommy Mouser share their experiences with applying lean and agile development methodologies in enterprise development teams.

The CTO’s New Innovation Playbook

Posted by Charles Green on  Oct 28, 2015

In a time of rapid business and technological change, chief technology officers (CTOs) and other technology leaders are increasingly looking to new methods to drive their digital technology agendas. 1

From Imperative to Functional and Back-Monads are for Functional Languages

Posted by Ron Pressler on  Oct 27, 2015

Language designers are tempted to graft functional monads onto imperative languages due to a flaw in the basic concurrency abstract, the thread; a flaw that is easily rectified by introducing fibers. 4

Bridging Microsoft Word and the Browser

Posted by Prasadu Babu Dandu on  Oct 26, 2015

HTML editors work fine for general formatting, but they don’t have all the capabilities that some businesses require. In this article, Prasadu Babu Dandu shows how to convert Word documents to HTML.

Developing Test Automation Scripts and Automation Frameworks

Posted by Sasha Reminnyi on  Oct 24, 2015

In the article Alexander responds to the questions about the difference between test frameworks and test scripts and discusses an approach for how test a automation solution could be implemented. 2

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