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Limitations of the Five Whys Technique in Agile Retrospectives

by Savita Pahuja on  Feb 28, 2015 3

This post includes the limitations of Five Whys technique.

ThoughtWorks Announces Improved Mingle Build Times

by Savita Pahuja on  Feb 28, 2015

Mingle continuous integration now takes 40 minutes to complete one build.Sudhindra Rao, Software Consultant at ThoughtWorks shares the achievement.

Mark Lines talks about Disciplined Agile Delivery

by Shane Hastie on  Feb 27, 2015

At the upcoming Agile India conference Mark Lines, co-creator with Scott Ambler of Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) a process decision framework designed to help organizations to apply agile and lean for their unique context, will present a whole-day workshop on DAD. In advance of the conference he spoke to InfoQ about the challenges DAD is designed to help overcome and the value of certification

Google Releases gRPC, a HTTP/2 RPC Framework for Microservices

by Abel Avram on  Feb 27, 2015 2

Google has opened sourced gRPC, a RPC framework used internally to connect cloud microservices. gRPC comes with support for 10 languages, making it attractive for creating back-end cloud services for mobile applications.

jQuery Plugin Registry Future Unclear

by David Iffland on  Feb 26, 2015

The jQuery Plugin Registry is now in read-only mode and developers are encouraged to move their plugins over to npm. What comes next is less clear as a partnership with Famo.us has yet to fully develop. The end result is that stale, old plugins with no support will be eliminated.

Establishing Self-Organized Agile Teams

by Ben Linders on  Feb 26, 2015

Agile suggest teams to self-organize their work. The questions arise what self-organization is and what organization can do to make it possible for teams to become self-organizing.

Visual Studio 2015 CTP6 Released

by Jeff Martin on  Feb 26, 2015

The latest preview of Visual Studio 2015 attempts to fix some bugs introduced in CTP5 while introducing several new features across all areas of the application. Most developers will see changes that affect their daily usage.

How to Make Sure an App Works with Android for Work

by Abel Avram on  Feb 26, 2015

Google has announced Android for Work, a program making it possible for users to take their Android devices and use in an enterprise environment.

Google Open Sources MapReduce Framework for C to Run Native Code in Hadoop

by Srini Penchikala on  Feb 25, 2015

Google announced last week the release of open source MapReduce framework for C, called MR4C, that allows developers to run native code in Hadoop framework. MR4C framework brings together the performance and flexibility of natively developed algorithms with the scalability and throughput provided by Hadoop execution framework.

The Hack Language Gets an Official Specification

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 25, 2015

The Hack language has now got an official specification. According to the HHVM team, the Hack specification, albeit in its initial stage, fills a gap in the documentation available for the Hack language.

Spring Forward Festival Celebrates Women in the Digital Industry

by Charles Humble on  Feb 25, 2015

Spring Forward is a festival in Brighton in the UK that coincides with Women’s History Month and aims to celebrate and encourage women’s work in the digital sector.

Pointer Events Reaches W3C Final Stage, “Recommendation”

by Abel Avram on  Feb 25, 2015

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has published the Pointer Events standard as a recommendation for wide adoption, but its future is in doubt as Apple and Google are refusing to implement it.

Behaviour-Driven Development Combined with Domain-Driven Design

by Jan Stenberg on  Feb 24, 2015

Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) is very much about conversations and examples but there is a software design part that can be used to bring BDD and Domain-Driven Design (DDD) practices together, combining the conversional bits with a domain-focused design activity, Konstantin Kudryashov explains in a presentation.

HTTP/2 Specifications Approved for Publication

by James Chesters on  Feb 24, 2015

HTTP/2 specifications have been approved for publication, according to the IETF. 15 years after the launch of HTTP/1.1, IETF have gone through over 200 design issues, 17 drafts, and 30 implementations to get the specification approved to be published as standards-track RFCs.

Silver Brings Apple's Swift Language to .NET and Android

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 24, 2015

RemObjects Silver is a “free implementation of Apple’s Swift programming language” aimed at making it possible to natively compile Swift code on the .NET, Java, and Android platforms in addition to Cocoa and Cocoa Touch. InfoQ has spoken with marc hoffman (sic), chief architect at RemObjects.

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