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Putting People First to Increase Motivation and Performance

by Ben Linders on  Jan 15, 2015

Focusing on the motivation of individuals can positively impact performance. An interview with Peter van Oevelen about motivating individuals, influencing the mood of teams, applying radical management, economies of motivation and building effective teams with individuals that have their own ideas, preferences and motivations.

RESTier: A New Framework for Building OData Services

by Abel Avram on  Jan 09, 2015

The Microsoft OData Team has made available the preview version of RESTier, a middleware development framework for building OData 4.0 RESTful APIs. RESTier is based on ASP.NET Web API.

Microservices, Containers and Docker

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 31, 2014

Working with a microservices architecture creating small services with a need for light-weight mechanisms, independent deployment, scalability and portability, a container technology like Docker can provide an ideal environment for deployment of these services with respect to speed, isolation management, and lifecycle.

State of the Art in Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 29, 2014 1

Moving to Continuous Delivery and speeding things up, the rate of change have increased at the same time as the cost, size and risk of change has reduced, an DevOps and agile transformation, and a containerization that is very compelling for businesses of nowadays, Adrian Cockcroft explained in his keynote at the recent Docker conference in Amsterdam.

Restlet 2.3 Released, Featuring Java 7, SPDY and CORS Support

by Matt Raible on  Dec 26, 2014

Restlet has released version 2.3 of its Restlet Framework. This release is largely an effort to update the project's dependencies and to improve its API documentation and management. Restlet has been developing a comprehensive API platform with Restlet Studio (a web IDE for building APIs), APISpark (a PaaS for building API's), as well as Restlet Framework (its open source offering.)

The State of Agile – December 2014

by Shane Hastie and others on  Dec 19, 2014 2

Recently we polled a small group of InfoQ editors, consultants and trainers asking them for their thoughts on the state of Agile adoption and what ideas, practices or techniques are emerging or being recognised as useful at the end of 2014. This is not a scientific study, rather an informal collection of opinions.

New and Interesting on ThoughtWorks Radar Jan 2015

by Abel Avram on  Dec 19, 2014 2

ThoughtWorks has published a digital preview of the January 2015 radar, providing opinion on techniques, tools, platforms and languages and taking a snapshot of the current trends in software technology.

Monoliths from a Microservices Perspective

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 18, 2014

There is a strong trend for microservice based architectures and frequent discussions comparing them to monoliths, Robert Annett explains and defines a monolith as an architectural style or a pattern using three basic viewtypes for characterization.

Adopting Innovative Ways to Manage Organizations

by Ben Linders on  Dec 08, 2014

Organizations are discovering new innovative ways to manage work and unleash the potential of the people who are working there. The Dare Festival Antwerp 2014 focuses on organization design and culture for networked organizations, providing ideas and actionable practices. Frederic Laloux explored 12 organizations who are using fundamentally new ways to manage work and their employees.

What is the Web?

by Mark Little on  Dec 07, 2014 2

Mark Nottingham, chair of the HTTP Working Group, asks the question What is the Web? As he mentions, this simple question has some complex and perhaps unexpected answers depending upon your perspective. A common approach would be to say that it has to be rooted in the Web browser, but that has some interesting consequences, not all of which are useful for non-browser stakeholders.

Liquefying an Organization to Increase Agility

by Ben Linders on  Dec 05, 2014

Organizations look for ways to increase their agility and becoming more adaptive and responsive. There a new wave of modern ways for managing organizations, supporting transparency and self-organization, taking off. LiquidO is an organizational governance model for arranging activities and decisions and giving credit, allowing everybody in an organization to take part in management activities.

IBM, Databricks, GraphLab Present Notebooks as Unified Interfaces for Building Prediction Apps

by Mikio Braun on  Dec 02, 2014

At the StrataHadoop conference in Barcelona last week, Rod Smith, Vice President of the IBM Emerging Internet Technologies organization, presented work on an internal product they have been developing in their consulting work with clients that integrates data sources, and data analysis.

The Future of Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Dec 01, 2014 2

Microservices are not new ideas and we will over the course of 3-5 years end up rebuilding WS-* the same way Web Services did rebuild all from CORBA unless we learn from our mistakes and improve to prevent them from being made again, Greg Young stated in a presentation at the Microservices Conference in London.

Microservices as a Service-Oriented Delivery Model

by Jan Stenberg on  Nov 30, 2014 5

Microservices are valuable, but to break things up properly creating the right boundaries we need to understand our business and its processes Jeppe Cramon stated in a presentation at the Microservices Conference in London.

A Critical Look at Microservices for the Enterprise

by Jan Stenberg on  Nov 29, 2014 2

Udi Dahan describes how looking for highly cohesive, loosely coupled microservices, not within a system but over the enterprise, we can end up with a focus on organising services around business capabilities spanning the whole organisation since this is what the business care about.

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