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Balancing Experiments and Deliveries in Product Development

by Ben Linders on  Feb 06, 2014

Experimentation using for instance lean startup can help you learn about your customers and find out which features and product would be valuable. The value however comes from building products and actually delivering them to customers. You need to find ways to balance between experimentation and delivery.

QCon New York 2014 (Jun 11-13): Track Topics Announced; Featuring OSGi DevCon 2014

by Nitin Bharti on  Feb 05, 2014

The 15 track topics have been finalized for the third annual QCon New York (Jun 9-13) including: Creating Culture, Continuous Delivery, Data Science, Architecture Case Studies, JavaScript, Mobile, and more. New this year: OSGi DevCon 2014 will be co-located with QCon New York, taking place at the New York Marriott Brooklyn Bridge. Register before Feb 15th and save $600 for both events.

New InfoQ Feature: Follow Your Favorite Topics with RSS

by Dio Synodinos on  Feb 04, 2014 1

For 2014 we have made topic pages available through RSS, so you can be using your RSS reader to follow your favorite topics.

QCon London in 4 weeks; Top Tracks, Sessions, and Speakers (Mar 4-8, 2014)

by Nitin Bharti on  Feb 03, 2014

The eighth annual QCon London (March 3-7) will feature in-depth presentations and case studies from NASA, Netflix, Twitter, The Financial Times, Etsy, and others. Hear industry practitioners on topics like Architecture, DevOps, Performance & Scalability, Agile, Java, and more. The conference schedule is now final and live. Register by Feb 5th and save £149.

How to Self-Assemble and Sustain a Self-Organising Team

by Rafiq Gemmail on  Feb 03, 2014

A report on recent commentary by Mike Cohn, Thomas Cagley and others on the topic of team self-assembly and sustaining successful self-organising teams.

IDC Study: How Many Software Developers Are Out There?

by Abel Avram on  Jan 31, 2014 1

IDC has published the “2014 Worldwide Software Developer and ICT-Skilled Worker Estimates” document, a study estimating the number of professional software developers, hobbyist developers and Information and Communications Technology (ICT)-skilled workers in the world at the start of 2014. The 90 countries covered in the study represent 97% of the world’s GDP.

Management Buy-in and Support in Agile Adoption

by Ben Linders on  Jan 30, 2014

Adopting agile is an organization change which involves management. It is said that management buy-in is crucial for agile to succeed and that a lack of management support can be a barrier in agile transformations. There are different ways for management to support agile in enterprises.

Documentation in Agile: How Much and When to Write It?

by Ben Linders on  Jan 23, 2014

The Manifesto for Agile Software Development values "working software over comprehensive documentation". This core value asks us to think about how much and which kinds of documents are needed and when they need to be written.

Martin Fowler Presented Workflows of Refactoring

by Rui Miguel Ferreira on  Jan 23, 2014

Martin Fowler published an article on his website describing the different workflows that could be used when refactoring and explaining the reasons for combining them.

Combining an Agile and Lean Approach

by Ben Linders on  Jan 14, 2014

Several approaches exist to improve software development, among them are agile and lean. Managers have to decide which approaches to deploy in their organization. Approaches can also be combined depending on the problems that need to be solved. InfoQ interviewed Régis Medina about combining agile and lean, focusing on people and learning.

Carrier IQ's Magnolia Mansourkia Mobley Sets the Record Straight About Mobile Analytic Products

by Martin Monroe on  Jan 09, 2014

In 2011 Trevor Eckhart found logs on his device that he believed were associated with Carrier iQ data. Our response at the time, which has since been confirmed by a detailed FTC investigation, is that the data collection logs were associated with and used by the manufacturer of the device, not Carrier iQ. They were not Carrier iQ logs.

Pair Coaching with Agile Teams

by Ben Linders on  Jan 09, 2014

Agile coaches can coach in pairs instead of coaching individually. Each coach will focus on different aspects of coaching. As every coach has specific experience and skills they can complement each other. Two coaches can collaboratively help individuals or teams to learn and improve when adopting agile.

Klaus Olsen Elaborates on Bug Hunting

by Rui Miguel Ferreira on  Jan 07, 2014

InfoQ spoke with Klaus Olsen to get further details about the bug hunting technique, how it came about and why it is worth using.

Agile 2014 Conference Submissions Closing on 14 January

by Shane Hastie on  Jan 06, 2014

Submissions for talks at the Agile 2014 conference to be held in Orlando, Florida in August 2014 close on the 14th of January. The Agile Alliance is calling for interested speakers to submit their proposals soon.

QCon London 2014 Tutorials: Reactive Extensions, Mobile Dev, Agile, Continuous Delivery (March 3-7)

by Nitin Bharti on  Jan 06, 2014

Language pioneers, project leads, and seasoned practitioners will provide two days of hands-on tutorials at the eighth annual QCon London (Mar 3-7, 2014). Three to six hours in length, QCon tutorials delve into new technologies, tools, or methodologies driving innovation in enterprise software development. Get in early for the three day conference; reserve your seat now to save £236 by Jan 8th.

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