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  • Q&A with Ash Maurya on Scaling Lean

    by Ben Linders on  Apr 26, 2017

    In the book Scaling Lean, Ash Maurya explores how entrepreneurs can collaborate with stakeholders to establish a business model for a new product or service using Lean Startup principles. It builds on top of his first book, Running Lean, showing how to use experiments, measure business progress, and scale your startup.

  • Always Be Publishing: Continuous Integration & Collaboration in Code Repositories for REST API Docs

    by Anne Gentle on  Apr 25, 2017

    API documentation is an often overlooked part of making any API a success. This article explores how to make the documentation part of a continuous integration pipeline keeping it closer to the code itself.

  • Does IT Industry Need Better Namings?

    by Ionut Balosin on  Apr 24, 2017 1

    The IT industry borrows terms from other domains, which is a fairly good approach. But we distort their meanings or use terms in inconsistent ways, within IT and also in comparison to other disciplines. This article shares some of these leaky terminologies with examples, explains why this matters and suggests how to deal with inconsistencies and improve the situation.

People Re-Engineering How-To’s: Mentoring As A Service

Posted by Medhat Sabry on  Apr 22, 2017

The software industry revamps half of its people every five years with fresh grads, causing a state of Perpetual Inexperience in its workforce. The author proposes Mentorship As A Service to help.

From Alibaba to Apache: RocketMQ’s Past, Present, and Future

Posted by Wang Xiaorui, Feng Jia on  Apr 21, 2017

Feng Jia and Wang Xiaorui share the core distributed systems principals behind RocketMQ, Alibaba's distributed messaging and data streaming platform now open sourced through the Apache Foundation.

Q&A on The Rise and Fall of Software Recipes

Posted by Shane Hastie on  Apr 20, 2017

Darius Blasband has written a book which challenges the conventional wisdom of software engineering; he protests against the adoption of recipes and standards-based approaches .

Key Takeaway Points and Lessons Learned from QCon London 2017

Posted by Abel Avram on  Apr 18, 2017

This year was the 11th for QCon London; our largest London event to date. Including our 140 speakers we had 1435 team leads, architects, and project managers attending 112 technical sessions.

Q&A on The Manager‘s Path with Camille Fournier

Posted by Ben Linders on  Apr 18, 2017

The book The Manager’s Path gives insight into managing engineers and what it takes to be a technical manager, discusses challenges of technical leadership and provides advice on dealing with them.

Want to Know What’s in a GC Pause? Go Look at the GC Log!

Posted by Kirk Pepperdine on  Apr 17, 2017

A superficial look at application performance will quite often have the garbage collector undeservedly incriminate itself. A proper GC log analysis can lead us past the “blame the collector” game.

Automation and Lean: Scaling up the Lean Value Chain

Posted by Sudip Pal on  Apr 15, 2017

This article shows how Ericsson applied lean principles in IT service delivery for automating manual repetitive tasks to improve quality and efficiency.

Patterns and Practices in C# 7

Posted by Jonathan Allen on  Apr 13, 2017

C# 7 is a major update with a lot of interesting new capabilities. Using the principles found in the FDG, we’re going to look at strategies for getting the most from these new features. 1

How to Effectively Collect User Feedback in Mobile Application

Posted by Jianing Zheng on  Apr 11, 2017

This article analyses several ways to collect feedback in mobile apps from the point of view of UX, development, operations, and cost. The right feedback mechanism may help you improve your product.

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