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Blending Agility and DevOps with Local Cultures at Barclays

by Manuel Pais on  Jul 27, 2016

Jonathan Smart, head of development services at Barclays, described how the bank's DevOps journey requires blending with local cultures (as in local to a given business are or to a geography) to succeed. Principles need to be shared, but practices need to emerge (with guidance where required) by applying those principles to the local context.

The Body as Interface and Interpreting the Body talks at Bristol Girl Geek Dinner Event

by Shane Hastie on  Jul 14, 2016

Tamara Chehayeb Makarem and Jenny Gaudion of Scott Logic will be speaking at a Girl Geek Dinner event on 20th July in Bristol, UK on the complimentary topics of ‘Body as Interface’ and ‘Interpreting the body’. They spoke to InfoQ about the different ways the body can be an interface with technology systems, how our thinking about user experience needs to change and interpreting body-based data.

How to Study and Apply Ideas from Successful Organisations

by Ben Linders on  Jul 07, 2016

Studying successful organisations can inspire you and provide ideas to improve your own organisation. Helena Moore explains how reading case studies about high performance leadership and culture from organisations like Netflix, Zappos, and Virgin, and visiting organisations like Timpson has helped to understand what makes these organisations successful and to find ways to apply them.

Becoming a Responsive Enterprise

by Ben Linders on  Jun 16, 2016

Software-driven companies are taking over the world because they are responsive organizations, built on 'sense and respond' instead of 'plan and predict'. In the next decade every large scale organization will be digitized and will effectively become a software-driven enterprise. Vikram Kapoor, CEO at Prowareness, explored how organizations can increase their responsiveness.

Tackling the Lack of Women in Technology

by Shane Hastie on  Jun 06, 2016 1

There have been a number of articles written recently that explore the under-representation of women in technology fields and highlight some of the groups working to overcome the lack and help the technology industry become more relevant and attractive to women.

10 Years Editorial Overview

by Charles Humble on  May 26, 2016 1

InfoQ has reached an important milestone this month: we have been creating and sharing content with you for 10 years now. All along the way we remained true to our initial mission: to deliver content that can effect change and innovation in the software-development community. We rely on a team of domain practitioners who have been covering the most important and innovative topics in the industry.

The Next Phase in DevOps

by Hrishikesh Barua on  May 25, 2016

The next phase of DevOps will involve collaboration between engineering and non-engineering teams.

How GlobalLogic Used a Bottom-up Approach to Become More Agile

by Ben Linders on  May 19, 2016

Yuriy Koziy, delivery manager at GlobalLogic, argued at the Agile Eastern Europe 2016 conference that organizational change should start at the team level rather than in senior management. He formed a group of like-minded engineering managers and agile coaches who act as change agents, transforming the organization bottom-up from the inside.

DevOps Days Kiel Day 1

by Manuel Pais on  May 15, 2016

Summary of DevOps Days Kiel day 1 talks.

How Business Mapping Increases Agility at Lloyds Bank

by Ben Linders on  May 10, 2016

Tony Grout and Chris Matts spoke about the emerging areas of business mapping and skills liquidity at QCon London 2016 and how they apply them at Lloyds Bank. They showed how they deploy these techniques and explained how they combine business strategy with the abilities and aspirations of people to improve collaboration between business and technical stakeholders. InfoQ interviewed them.

Do You and Your Company Have the Skills Needed for DevOps?

by John Okoro on  Apr 29, 2016

In order to implement DevOps, individuals and organizations must prepare for the culture shift, new tools, and automation. This consensus has evolved during years of debate concerning what exactly DevOps means and how to use it. There are many voices in the discussion, and even with some areas of consensus, many points are far from agreement.

Nurturing and Growing Agile Teams

by Ben Linders on  Mar 02, 2016

Andy Kelk talked about nurturing and growing agile teams at 1st Conference in Melbourne, Australia. His talk is based on the blog post Culture Gardening.

AutoScout24’s Journey to Microservices: Christian Deger on Transformation, Principles and Technology

by Daniel Bryant on  Feb 03, 2016

At the Dublin Microservices User Group, Christian Deger presented “Highway to Heaven”, the AutoScout24 journey from deploying code into a monolithic application using a traditional IT development process, to utilising a microservice architecture with cross-functional teams. This technical and organisation transformation enabled the business to react more rapidly to changing market conditions.

Research Insights: No Silver Bullets for DevOps Culture

by Manuel Pais on  Dec 31, 2015

InfoQ ran a DevOps research question during Q4 of 2015, to find out which practices contribute the most to a healthy DevOps culture. The results show there are no predominant practices as DevOps initiatives are highly contextual.

Scaling Without Blueprints and the Agile Scaling Cycle

by Ben Linders on  Dec 10, 2015

InfoQ interviewed Stefan Roock about adding XP practices to Scrum, why using an agile framework as a blueprint for designing the organization is a premature optimization and why culture and principles are more important than practices. Roock also explains the agile scaling cycle with examples of how it can be used, and talks about the benefits and pitfalls of this approach for agile scaling.

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