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  • Architecture as Language: A story

    by Markus Völter on  Feb 27, 2008 10

    Architecture is often described non-tangible in Word documents or entirely technology-driven. Both are bad, but what can be done? Markus Völter describes how to evolve a language around your architecture, a formal language that as a side effect ends up being a good base for generating important parts of the system.

  • NetBeans: Ruby Developer's New Best Friend (Part 3)

    by Roman Strobl on  Feb 17, 2008 4

    In the third and final article of the Netbeans Ruby series, Roman Strobl, covers quick fixes, RSpec support, and additional plugins of use to Ruby developers.

  • Kanban Applied to Software Development: from Agile to Lean

    by Kenji Hiranabe on  Jan 14, 2008 8

    In this InfoQ article Kenji Hiranabe applies lessons learned while working with Japanese manufacturers. While many Agile teams are optimizing only a portion of the value stream, Hiranabe proposes a simple way to adapt lessons from Lean Manufacturing's "Kanban" visual tracking system to make process visible to more of the organization, for better communication and process improvement.

NetBeans: Ruby Developer's New Best Friend (Part 2)

Posted by Roman Strobl on  Dec 13, 2007

This is the second article in an ongoing series detailing the new Ruby support of the Netbeans 6.0 IDE. This installment takes a look at editing features, GEM support, and unit testing. 11

Offer People Reasons to Love Your Remote Meetings

Posted by Pete Johnson on  Dec 10, 2007

Given their increasing frequency, the ability to effectively facilitate meetings utilizing teleconferences and desktop sharing tools is an important skill. This article offers tips and tricks. 13

NetBeans: Ruby Developer's New Best Friend

Posted by Roman Strobl on  Oct 17, 2007

Sun has put a large investment into Ruby with JRuby and the addition of Ruby language support to their Netbeans IDE. This article is the first in a series exploring the new Ruby features of Netbeans. 10

TDD with Selenium and Castle

Posted by Dan Bunea on  Feb 20, 2007

TDD principals provide architects a way to quickly jump into active development early in the application development lifecycle. Dan Bunea demonstrates how TDD can be applied in .NET. 5

Spring.NET - QnA

Posted by Aleksandar Seovic and Mark Pollack on  Nov 07, 2006

InfoQ had a chance to sit down with Aleksandar Seovic and Mark Pollack to talk about Spring.NET. Spring.NET is an application framework that brings AOP and a Dependency Injection container to .NET. 13

Agile Business Rules

Posted by James Taylor on  Sep 04, 2006

Sometimes, a new requirement is actually a changed business rule. James Taylor looks at how a business rules engine can help Agile teams work more effectively in certain situations.

Book Review: Collaboration Explained: Facilitation skills for software project leaders

Posted by David Spann on  Jul 10, 2006

David Spann introduces Jean Tabaka's book, in which she shares stories and facilitation techniques to make teams and entire organizations effective, and provides templates to get them started.

Dealing with Legacy Code

Posted by Jared Richardson on  Jun 12, 2006

Take a BAT to the legacy code you inherit: Build, Automate, Test. Jared Richardson shows how to create a safety net, to ensure that your code continues to work the way you want it to. 19

Agile Asset Management with Ruby DSLs

Posted by Jeremy Voorhis on  May 22, 2006

Ruby makes it easy to craft Domain-Specific- Languages with Ruby syntax. This article is a story about the benefits derived from implementing a Ruby DSL for a PLANET ARGON development project. 7

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