Microsoft makes Samples and Documentation Public for Concord, Visual Studio Debug Engine by Pierre-Luc Maheu Posted on Oct 07, 2015
Q&A with Gene Kim on the DevOps Enterprise conference by João Miranda Posted on Oct 02, 2015
A New Publication Model for Universal Windows Apps by Jonathan Allen Posted on Oct 02, 2015
Q&A With Speakers of the Enterprise Java Track at the Upcoming JAX London by Abraham Marín Pérez Posted on Oct 01, 2015
Reactive Messaging Patterns with the Actor Model Book Review and Q&A with Vaughn Vernon by Jan Stenberg Posted on Oct 06, 2015 1
Author Q & A with Brett Slatkin on Effective Python by Jeff Martin Posted on Oct 05, 2015
Q&A with Tom Roden and Ben Williams on Improving Retrospectives by Ben Linders Posted on Oct 02, 2015
Case for Defaulting to G1 Garbage Collector in Java 9 by Monica Beckwith Posted on Sep 29, 2015 5
Which Practices Contribute the Most for Successfully Implementing a DevOps Culture?
As part of InfoQ's articles series on "Patterns of DevOps Culture", we want to know which practices you believe contribute the most towards an environment of collaboration (across the board), sharing (continuous learning) and ownership (of both successes and failures)? In other words, what moves the needle towards DevOps?
Which Kanban Practices Can Deliver Value When Used next to Mainstream Agile Method?
This research question investigates which kanban practices are considered to deliver additional value when used next to agile practices from mainstream agile methods such as Scrum or XP.
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What Scares You Most About Adopting a Microservice Architecture?
Microservices solve all architectural problems - or do they? Which of the many challenges of a microservice architecture worries you most?
Defect Identification & Management Practices in Software Development – Part 2
This research item is the second of two that look at the defect identification and management practices in software development. Almost all software development approaches incorporate processes for tracking, recording, measuring and resolving defects.