• Development Follow 467 Followers

    Book Review: Attack of the 50 Foot Blockchain

    by Ben Evans Follow 17 Followers on  Mar 22, 2018

    David Gerard's 2017 book, "Attack of the 50ft Blockchain" is an in-depth look at the cryptocurrency space. The book takes a straightforwardly skeptical angle, and is explicitly intended as a non-technical overview that frames Bitcoin in purely political and economic terms.

  • Culture & Methods Follow 489 Followers

    Virtual Reality Will Disrupt Agile Coaching and Training

    by Michael de la Maza Follow 1 Followers , Elena Vassilieva Follow 1 Followers on  Mar 21, 2018

    Online technology (virtual reality, adaptive personalized learning and videoconferencing) will disrupt the agile coaching and training spaces in the next 3-5 years. We predict that by the end of 2020 at least one large, credible agile/Scrum certification organization will be running agile/Scrum certification courses in virtual reality. Today’s winners will become tomorrow’s losers.

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    Servlet and Reactive Stacks in Spring Framework 5

    by Rossen Stoyanchev Follow 4 Followers on  Mar 20, 2018 6

    Spring Framework 5 supports both traditional servlet-based and reactive web stacks, in the same server application, reflecting a major shift towards asynchronous, non-blocking concurrency in applications. In this article Spring committer Rossen Stoyanchev explores and contrasts both stacks, and explains the range of available choices, and provides guidance for choosing the appropriate stack.

Culture & Methods Follow 489 Followers

Beyond Copy-Pasting Methods: Navigating Complexity

Posted by Bernhard Sterchi Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 16, 2018

This article explores how you can try out a context-specific approach leading to a context-specific experience, and how to understand the complexity behind the problems you try to solve with agile. 4

Development Follow 467 Followers

A Comparison between Rust and Erlang

Posted by Krishna Kumar Thokala Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 13, 2018

This article will focus on a comparison between Erlang and Rust, highlighting their similarities and differences, and may be interesting to both Erlang and Rust developers 6

DevOps Follow 586 Followers

GDPR for Operations

Posted by Jon Topper Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 10, 2018

With GDPR, taking care of personal data is an organisation-wide responsibility, but in the operations we can provide a lot of supporting tools to help deal with the multiple facets of this problem. 1

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Why Software Estimation Is More Important Now Than Ever

Posted by Larry Putnam Jr Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 08, 2018

Even in a world trending away from traditional waterfall and toward agile development methodologies, software project estimation is still a very valuable - and necessary - practice for all teams. 9

Culture & Methods Follow 489 Followers

Four Priceless Tactics to Create Top-Tier Homegrown Talent

Posted by Lori Wagoner Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 07, 2018

Nurturing in-house talent is one of the fastest and most sustainable ways of building a brand and ensuring long-term profits. It keeps your people motivated and working earnestly towards shared goals.

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First Hand Account of SignalR Core

Posted by Geovanny Alzate Sandoval Follow 1 Followers on  Mar 04, 2018

SignalR Core is designed to make it easy for developers to add real-time (server-side push) functionality to their web applications. The latest alpha release is toured first-hand.

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Holacracy for Humans

Posted by Sandy Mamoli Follow 1 Followers on  Mar 03, 2018

Snapper, a transport ticketing service provider, introduced Holacracy which enables people to act more like entrepreneurs and self-direct their work instead of waiting to be told what to do.

Culture & Methods Follow 489 Followers

Top 10 Lessons in Building a Distributed Engineering Team

Posted by Bruno Miranda Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 01, 2018

Bruno explains lessons Learned from Building a Distributed Engineering Team over the past 7 years. From recruiting, to establishing an early-on connection, to optimizing for retention and quality.

DevOps Follow 586 Followers

Debugging Distributed Systems: Q&A with the “Squash” Microservice Debugger Creator Idit Levine

Posted by Daniel Bryant Follow 550 Followers on  Feb 26, 2018

InfoQ recently sat down with Idit Levine, CEO of and creator of the new open source “Squash” microservices debugger, and discussed the challenges of observing and debugging microservices.

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