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  • DevOps Follow 152 Followers

    The Top 10 Adages in Continuous Deployment

    by Chris Parnin Follow 0 Followers , Eric Helms Follow 0 Followers , Chris Atlee Follow 0 Followers , Harley Boughton Follow 0 Followers , Mark Ghattas Follow 0 Followers , Andy Glover Follow 0 Followers , James Holman Follow 0 Followers , John Micco Follow 0 Followers , Brendan Murphy Follow 0 Followers , Tony Savor Follow 0 Followers , Michael Stumm Follow 0 Followers , Shari Whitaker Follow 0 Followers , Laurie Williams Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 19, 2017

    On the basis of discussions at the Continuous Deployment Summit, researchers derived 10 adages about continuous-deployment practices. These adages represent a working set of approaches and beliefs that guide current practice and establish a tangible target for empirical validation.

  • Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

    Q&A on the Book SAFe Distilled

    by Ben Linders Follow 7 Followers on  Sep 18, 2017

    The book SAFe Distilled breaks down the complexity of the framework into easily understood explanations and actionable guidance. It’s a resource for acquiring a deep understanding of the Scaled Agile Framework, and how to implement it successfully.

  • Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

    Improving Corporate Cognitive Performance in IT Organisations

    by Andrew Mawson Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 12, 2017

    The biggest tool in the software engineer’s toolkit is the brain, yet few organisations go out of their way to educate and create the conditions in which the brain can work at its best. Explore the different domains of the brain and their links to the performance of software engineers and see what organisations can do to create workplaces that propagate advanced levels of cognitive performance.

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Engineering Culture and Distributed Agile Teams

Posted by Savita Pahuja Follow 1 Followers , Arjan Franzen Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 09, 2017

Arjan and Savita explain how their distributed agile framework can help distributed teams create an engineering culture, and actionable engineering practices and tools to work across the globe.

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Oldies in Tech: Hiring and Getting Hired

Posted by Don Denoncourt Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 06, 2017

In this article Denoncourt provides advice for older job seekers along tips on to get and do well in interviews. Employers will gain new perspectives on selecting and hiring older coders.

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Q&A on the Book Working with Coders

Posted by Ben Linders Follow 7 Followers on  Sep 04, 2017

The book Working with Coders is a practical guide to managing teams of software developers aimed at a non-technical audience.

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Six Ways Agile Can Turn Static

Posted by Ronit Eliav Follow 0 Followers on  Sep 01, 2017

Despite the complexities of agile development methodologies, given the right conditions and tools, IT teams can implement agile development methodologies that move business forward 1

DevOps Follow 152 Followers

Merging Agile and DevOps

Posted by James Betteley Follow 0 Followers , Matthew Skelton Follow 1 Followers on  Aug 30, 2017

The most popular agile framework, Scrum, predates the growth of DevOps, and some re-thinking is required to make the system work in a DevOps environment.

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Transcend the “Feature Factory” Mindset Using Modern Agile and OKR

Posted by Felipe Castro Follow 2 Followers , Alexandre Freire Kawakami Follow 0 Followers on  Aug 27, 2017

Waterfall goals turn teams into "feature factories" with no focus on value. To transcend this mindset, companies can apply Modern Agile’s four principles by using OKR (Objectives and Key Results).

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Q&A on the Book "The Stupidity Paradox"

Posted by Ben Linders Follow 7 Followers on  Aug 20, 2017

Functional stupidity can be catastrophic, however a dose of stupidity can be useful. "The Stupidity Paradox" advises how to counter stupidity or reduce consequences, exploit it, and benefit from it. 1

Architecture & Design Follow 427 Followers

Driving Architectural Simplicity - The Value, Challenge, and Practice of Simple Solutions

Posted by Brandon Bryson Follow 0 Followers on  Aug 17, 2017

Simple architectures are the most efficient and, subsequently, successful over their lifetime. As an industry, we need to focus more on the system quality of architectural simplicity. 6

Culture & Methods Follow 107 Followers

Quantitative Analysis of Agile Methods Study (2017): Twelve Major Findings

Posted by Donald J. Reifer Follow 1 Followers on  Aug 10, 2017

Donald Reifer is continuing his research into the use, misuse and application of agile methods in industry. . This article presents the results of that research.

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