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  • Actionable Agile Tools

    by Jeff Campbell on  Oct 27, 2016 1

    Many people find the world of Agile full of fluffy and non-actionable advice. This can be frustrating when you have a simple problem and want someone to tell you how to fix it. Of course there is no step A, B, and C answers, but Jeff aims to give you a solid starting point with actionable tools in this article

  • Agile Manufacturing: Not the Oxymoron you Might Think

    by Yousef Awad on  Oct 26, 2016

    Digital manufacturers are organizing from an outside-in mindset that starts with the customer, and looks to deliver creatively on market opportunities, whatever they happen to be, however they will be delivered, and whoever will deliver them. Profits are seen as the consequence of providing value to customers, not the goal of the firm.

  • Advanced Use Cases for the Repository Pattern in .NET

    by Jonathan Allen on  Oct 25, 2016 1

    In our previous article, we looked at the basic patterns needed to implement a repository. In many cases these patterns were such a thin layer around the underlying data access technology they were essentially unnecessary. However, once you have a repository in place, many new opportunities become available.

Engineering Culture Podcast: The State of the Alliance and the Future of Agility

Posted by Shane Hastie on  Oct 24, 2016

In this podcast, Phil Brock, Rebecca Parsons, Paul Hammond and Victor Hugo talk about the state of the Agile Alliance, new initiatives and the future of agility in the workplace.

Language-Level Reactivity with Elm

Posted by Richard Feldman on  Oct 24, 2016

Reactive programming is becoming more prevalent in the JavaScript programming world. Richard Feldman shows how the Elm language was made reactive by default.

How to Successfully Install Agile/DevOps in Asia

Posted by Tsuyoshi Ushio on  Oct 22, 2016

Installing Agile / DevOps in Asia is very difficult. This article presents five steps to help overcome the cultural barriers and be successful. 1

The Three Generations of AWS

Posted by Noah Zoschke on  Oct 21, 2016

When building a new system on AWS we are faced with three architectural choices around application packaging, runtime service and load balancing service. This article looks to identify the best one. 1

An Introduction to Modern Agile

Posted by Joshua Kerievsky on  Oct 20, 2016

Modern Agile is four guiding principles that define a simpler, safer, speedier way to achieve awesome results. It has no roles, rituals or anointed practices. You choose how to act on the principles. 2

Improving Scrum with the Kanban-Ace Framework

Posted by Joseph Hurtado on  Oct 19, 2016

The Kanban-Ace Framework welcomes Scrum, and helps teams improve their level of agility. This article introduces the Akashi Bridge, a new Kanban-Ace tool for Scrum teams.

Testing RxJava

Posted by Andres Almiray on  Oct 18, 2016

You're ready to explore reactive opportunities in your codebase but you are wondering how to test it. In this article Java Champion Andres Almiray provides techniques and tools for testing RxJava. 3

The SAM Pattern: Lessons Learned Building Functional Reactive Front-End Architectures

Posted by Gunar C. Gessner, Jean-Jacques Dubray on  Oct 17, 2016

Modern User Experience requires an architecture that is able to continuously “react” to its broader environment. Implementing the SAM pattern has taught us much about how to design such a system.

Agile Development at the Enterprise Level: Misconceptions That Jeopardize Success

Posted by Ruth Zive on  Oct 15, 2016

Companies struggle with Agile in the face of compliance demands, long funding cycles, and complexity. Are user stories enough? BAs irrelevant? Working around these misconceptions is key to success.

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