Hamlet D'Arcy explains the Lean principles - Eliminate Waste, Build Quality In, Create Knowledge, Defer Commitment, Deliver Fast, Respect People, Optimize the Whole – in the context of using Groovy.
This talk gives practical tips for adopting an agile approach to planning, team interactions and risk management. When the culture shifts, teams achieve goals sooner and safety is greatly enhanced.
This presentation covers how to rapidly evolve a web site that receives over 25 million unique users and 218 million page impressions a month using a "just in time" approach to architecture.
This session surveys emerging evidence that we can measure the effect of the technical practices of Agile development, and explores what we might be able to do about it to our benefit.
In this video recorded during QCon London 2008, Pete Goodliffe presents two Linux-based audio products with a complete different outcome, software design making the difference.
In this talk from RubyFringe, GitHub's Tom Preston-Werner talks about a methodical approach to solving problems and debugging, and the "Deathbed Filter".
In this talk from RubyFringe, Luke Francl asks: is developer-driven testing really the best way to find software defects? Or is the emphasis on testing and test coverage barking up the wrong tree?
Alan Shalloway, CEO and founder of Net Objectives, presents the Lean software development principles and practices and how they can benefit to Agile practitioners.
At NFJS Venkat Subramaniam, author with Andy Hunt of "Practices of an Agile Developer," talked about some of the important technical and non-technical factors that contribute to project success.
Spring co-founder Rod Johnson on integration testing with Spring and support Spring provides for it, testing the persistence layer, testing web apps.
Juergen Hoeller shares guidelines for managing large codebases such as packaging and package interdependencies, layering and module decomposition, and evolving a large code base.
Scott Ambler teaches teams how to integrate database roles into their iterative, incremental rhythm to increase software success. InfoQ captured Ambler's talk on Database Refactoring at Agile2006.