Refactoring and Code Smells – A Journey Toward Cleaner Code by Ben Linders Posted on Sep 21, 2016
Serverless, Microservices, Architecture, Streaming, & Culture Highlighted for QCon SF 2016 by Wesley Reisz Posted on Sep 15, 2016
Rethink Leadership: Being Ordinary to Accomplish Extraordinary Results by Ben Linders Posted on Sep 15, 2016 1
Refuting the Idea of Rewriting the Agile Manifesto by Shane Hastie Posted on Sep 14, 2016 1
Book Review: Site Reliability Engineering - How Google Runs Production Systems by João Miranda Posted on Sep 21, 2016
Agile in the UK Government - An Insider Reveals All by Nick Tune Posted on Sep 19, 2016 2
The Top 5 Problems with Distributed Teams and How to Solve Them by Hugo Messer Posted on Sep 17, 2016 2
Communities of Practice: The Missing Piece of Your Agile Organisation by Emily Webber Posted on Sep 14, 2016
Which Kanban Practices Can Deliver Value When Used next to Mainstream Agile Method?
This research question investigates which kanban practices are considered to deliver additional value when used next to agile practices from mainstream agile methods such as Scrum or XP.
Defect Identification & Management Practices in Software Development – Part 2
This research item is the second of two that look at the defect identification and management practices in software development. Almost all software development approaches incorporate processes for tracking, recording, measuring and resolving defects.
Defect Identification & Management Practices in Software Development - Part1
This research item is one of two that look at the defect identification and management practices in software development.
What Influences the Mood of Agile Teams?
Team mood plays a key role in agile software development, as people are working closely together every day to iteratively deliver a product to their customers and satisfy the needs of their stakeholders. InfoQ would like to hear from you: What you think are the main factors that influence the mood of teams in agile?
Major Software Development Trends for 2013
With 2012 coming to an end and everybody talking about what lies ahead in 2013, InfoQ has conducted a quick poll amongst its editors about the trends that have a good potential to get significant traction or even dominated the software development community during the next year. These trends include everything from specific programming languages, platforms, development methodologies, and more.