Architecture design is defining the basic structure of our software for now and for the future. But how can this work, given that we are living in an agile world accepting the fact that we only have limited knowledge of our final system? InfoQ was talking with Colin Garlick about architecture design and responsibilities during software development.
Recorded at EclipseCon NA 2015, Jay Jay Billings talks to Alex Blewitt about the recently created Eclipse Science working group, including the challenges involved in data visualisation of petabytes of data and on highly parallel computing that might have hundreds of thousands of processes all processing data.
Neha Narula talks about the latest research and concepts in distributed programming and databases, reducing the overhead of transactions, are multicore systems like distributed systems, and much more.
Recorded at EclipseCon NA 2015, Martin Lippert talks to Alex Blewitt about the Eclipse Flux project, an innovative and incubating sub-project of the Eclipse Cloud project, and how it can be used to provide a Google Docs experience for code across desktop and cloud-based IDEs, along with potential inclusion within other Cloud based editing tools.
Ruud Wijnands talks about things that can and do go wrong with Agile transitions, improving technical skills and practices, supporting people in learning, the value that agile can bring to organizations and giving managers more insight into the possibilities of agile, helping teams to increase their agility and what managers can do to increase the success of agile transitions.
Mitchell Hashimoto explains how Vagrant, Consul, Terraform and Atlas help developers and ops to set up complex systems and keep them running. Also: Go as a language for tools.
Tim Ottinger talks about things that can and do go wrong with Agile transitions, why facilitation matters in agile, increasing the understanding of agile, what is needed to create trust in the organization, the importance of technical practices in Agile, improving technical skills and practices and the “Taking back Agile” initiative.
Recorded at EclipseCon NA 2015, Eike Stepper talks to Alex Blewitt about the newly created Eclipse Oomph project, and how it makes provisioning Eclipse projects and workspaces a one-click operation, in order to configure a workspace as well as import a standard set of projects in a repeatable way.
Camille Fournier explains consensus systems ZooKeeper, etcd, and Consul: how they work, what they do, how they differ from each other. Also: must-read papers in distributed programming.
Camille Fournier explains how Rent the Runway uses software and data science to handle a massive shipping and warehouse operation, modelling inventory life cycles, optimising shipping and much more.
Portia Tung works as an agile coach and shares some experience on making teams out of individuals and motivating those teams to follow a vision or reach a goal. One technique to reach a goal is to use hope as the combination of will-power and way-power. How much power do I have to follow my goals and how much creativity do I have to overcome any obstacles on my way?