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  • How the Internet of Things will Impact our Productivity

    by Torri Myler on  Oct 22, 2015

    The Internet of Things is a technological novelty about to impact our daily lives. In the near future, the IoT is expected to disrupt sectors, revolutionize consumer-brand relations and power a surge of innovation. The IoT will boost employee productivity by helping professionals make the most from their time, adjusting commute solutions and allowing remote mobile device management.

  • Stylish and Sane: A Guide to Better CSS

    by Rouan Wilsenach on  Oct 21, 2015 1

    All websites need CSS and most is awful. There's too much of it. There's a bunch of duplication. It's like a delicately spun spider web, tightly coupled and fragile. It has more patches than a bicycle wheel. It doesn't need to be this way. Rouan Wilsenach introduces the concept of component-based styling and how to curate a style guide for your site.

  • Q&A on Save our Scrum

    by Ben Linders on  Oct 20, 2015

    The book Save our Scrum by Matt Heusser and Markus Gärtner provides advice for teams to implement Scrum. It explores what teams that are having difficulties doing Scrum can do to get out of trouble and find better ways to use Scrum. An interview about the knowledge level of people that are doing Scrum and "saving Scrum", pursuing business value, how Scrum fails, and adopting and tailoring Scrum.

The Five Qualities of Application Delivery Done Right

Posted by Kevin Fishner on  Oct 19, 2015

This article explains the goals of proper application delivery using immutable infrastructure: automated, flexible, scalable, secure and transparent; and how to take gradual steps toward those goals.

UED: The Unified Execution Diagram

Posted by Carlo van Asma & Pascal Wolkotte on  Oct 18, 2015

This article introduces a visual modeling technique to describe and specify the application’s execution architecture, and explores the usage within Philips Healthcare. 4

Author Q&A with Belinda Waldock on Being Agile in Business

Posted by Shane Hastie on  Oct 18, 2015

Belinda Waldock has drawn on her experience coaching and mentoring organisations in the implementation of agile approaches inside and outside of IT and written the book “Being Agile in Business”

Toward Agile Architecture: Insights from 15 Years of ATAM Data

Posted by Stephany Bellomo, Ian Gorton, Rick Kazman on  Oct 17, 2015

The authors have concluded after analyzing 15 years of ATAM data that modifiability, performance, availability, interoperability, and deployability are key quality attributes for Agile practitioners.

Q&A with Bas Vodde on the LeSS Framework: Principles, Practices and Core Concepts

Posted by Savita Pahuja on  Oct 17, 2015

Bas Vodde and Craig Larman framed and introduced Large Scale Scrum (LeSS), the scaling model. InfoQ interviewed Bas Vodde to discuss more about LeSS framework.

Q&A with Larry Maccherone on joining AgileCraft, Large Data Sets and Monte Carlo Forecasting

Posted by Shane Hastie on  Oct 16, 2015

Larry Maccherone is a researcher who has focused on collecting and presenting real metrics for agile teams and using analytics to help teams get better at forecasting in uncertain environments.

Understanding Bitcode for iOS Applications

Posted by Alex Blewitt on  Oct 15, 2015

When Apple released Xcode 7, they also enabled applications to be distributed to the AppStore through bitcode, instead of per-processor target files. InfoQ looks under the covers at what Bitcode is.

Conversation Patterns for Software Professionals - Part 5

Posted by Michał Bartyzel on  Oct 14, 2015

In the fifth article in the Conversation Patterns for Software Professionals series Michał Bartyzel explores nonviolent communication and shows how important it is to build and maintain rapport.

Big Memory .NET Part 2 - Pile, Our Big Memory Solution for .NET

Posted by Dmitriy Khmaladze and Leonid Ganeline on  Oct 13, 2015

In part one we discussed why it is so hard to deal with in a .NET. In part two, Dmitriy Khmaladze describes their solution NFX Pile; a hybrid memory manager written in C# with 100% managed code. 8

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