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  • The InfoQ eMag - Becoming a Technical Leader

    “Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” – Jack Welch. For this eMag we’ve pulled together six articles from the InfoQ content that explore different aspects of what it takes to lead effectively in the technical world.

  • The InfoQ eMag: DevOps for the Database

    In this eMag, we discuss the unique aspects of databases, both relational and NoSQL, in a successful continuous integration environment.

  • The Organisational Dynamics Review

    ODR brings you insights on how to build a great organisation, looking at the evidence and quality of the advice we have available from academia and our thought leaders in our industry. This is a collection of reviews and commentary on the culture and methods being used and promoted across our industry. Topics cover organisational structuring to leadership and team psychology.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Holacracy Sociocracy

    In this eMag, we explore the real-world stories of organizations that have adopted some of these new ways of working: sociocracy, Holacracy, teal organizations, self-selection, self-management, and with no managers.

  • Understanding Agile Values & Principles. An Examination of the Agile Manifesto

    In Understanding Agile Values and Principles, Scott Duncan analyzes each of the 12 principles and four value statements of the Agile Manifesto. Along the way, he explains the intent and importance of each. He also describes how teams may struggle to put a principle or value into practice, and offers practical, ready-to-use advice on living the principles and values of the Agile Manifesto.

  • The InfoQ eMag: QCon 2018 Retrospective

    We take a look back at best QCon highlights in 2018, including QCon London, QCon.AI, QCon New York and QCon San Francisco.

  • #noprojects - A Culture of Continuous Value

    In this thoughtful exploration on the future of work, the authors explore the past, present and future of the “project”. And why, in today’s fast changing & hyper-competitive world, running a temporary endeavour is the wrong approach to building sustainable products and how #noprojects is fundamentally changing the way companies work.

  • High-Performance Teams: The Foundations

    Expanding on The Core Protocols, this book is a roadmap for anyone who wants to lead or participate fully in the greatest team experience of their lives. It is short and practical, focused on implementation and tactics for making changes to bring about effective results fast.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Gender, Race, Age and Neurodiveristy for Software Developers

    This eMag draws together ideas that have been published on InfoQ over a number of years, presenting a wide range of aspects of diversity and ways that individuals, teams and organisations can create environments where diversity thrives, people are respected and outcomes are more successful.

  • Distributed Agile

    Distributed teams are the norm for many organizations today. Companies are global, communications technologies allow people to live away from the "office" location, and many new workers are nomads. Even though most people will acknowledge the wisdom that collocated work is easier, reality is often different. With the advent of new technology, this movement will only grow.

  • The InfoQ eMag: Faster, Smarter DevOps

    This DevOps eMag has a broader setting than previous editions. You might, rightfully, ask “what does faster, smarter DevOps mean?”. Put simply, any and all approaches to DevOps adoption that uncover important mechanisms or thought processes that might otherwise get submerged by the more straightforward (but equally important) automation and tooling aspects.

  • InfoQ eMag: #noprojects

    #NoProjects – a number of authors have challenged the idea of the project as a delivery mechanism for information technology product development. The two measures of success and goals of project management and product development don’t align and the project mindset is even considered to be an inhibitor against product excellence. This emag presents some alternative approaches.

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