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  • So, How Do You Make Agile Successful?

    by Chen Ping on  Aug 21, 2016 13

    It is not Agile's fault, it is your fault - Are you fed up with such statements? This article tries to provide a more constructive answer on how to make Agile successful. It first shows how Scrum can be harmful, then argues how Agile requires different skills on both product and delivery levels. It suggests to use CICD to counteract Scrum's traps and stresses the importance of systems thinking.

  • Creating RESTful Services with T4 Based on Model and Interfaces

    by Amel Musić on  Aug 19, 2016

    When generating RESTful services with WebAPI, a lot of boilerplate code has to be implemented. Amel Musić demonstrates how T4 and EnvDTE can be used to create a flexible code generator that dramatically reduces the amount of time and effort this takes.

  • How Startups Get Software Built

    by Yousef Awad on  Aug 17, 2016

    For most startups, technology is a critical differentiator—the bridge between a consumer’s pain puddle and a startup’s revenue stream. The software is the thing that gets the idea off the cocktail napkin and into the customer’s hand. How do startups do it right? Fail, pivot, fail, pivot, repeat forever (and do it all FAST).

JUnit 5 - An Early Test Drive - Part 2

Posted by Nicolai Parlog on  Aug 15, 2016

JUnit 5 is coming! In part 1 of our JUnit 5 coverage we wrote some preliminary tests. In part 2, we take a closer look at how to run tests, and some of the cool features JUnit 5 brings to the table. 6

Starcounter vs. ORM and DDD

Posted by Kostiantyn Cherniavskyi on  Aug 10, 2016

Kostiantyn Cherniavskyi looks at some of the issues surrounding the object-relation impedance mismatch and how many of them can be solved with hybrid databases such as Starcounter. 5

F# in Numbers: A Look at the Annual F# Survey Results

Posted by Tomas Petricek on  Aug 05, 2016

In April, for the second time, fsharpWorks organized the F# community survey. Over 600 developers completed the survey in 2016. The survey provides an insight into the brains of the F# community. 1

Virtual Panel: Current State of NoSQL Databases

Posted by Srini Penchikala on  Aug 02, 2016

NoSQL databases have been around for several years and have become a preferred choice for managing unstructured data. InfoQ spoke with four panelists about the current state of NoSQL databases. 1

The InfoQ Podcast: Shuman Ghosemajumder on Security and Cyber-Crime

Posted by Barry Burd on  Aug 01, 2016

In this week's podcast, professor Barry Burd talks to Shuman Ghosemajumder VP of product management at Shape Security on Security and Cyber-Crime at QCon New York 2016.

Iterative Prototyping in the Mobile App Development Process

Posted by Cassandra Naji on  Aug 01, 2016

Mobile app development adopted an iterative, rapid development process. Prototypes have a role to play in this agile approach, enabling developers to build, test, iterate rapidly and at lower cost.

Working with Multiple Databases in Spring

Posted by Aaron Jacobson on  Jul 30, 2016

Accessing multiple databases in enterprise applications can get tricky. This article demos a technique doing so in Spring Boot applications easily and with minimum configuration. 3

The InfoQ Podcast: Caitie McCaffrey on Engineering Effectiveness and Verifying Distributed Systems

Posted by Wes Reisz, Werner Schuster on  Jul 22, 2016

In this week's podcast Caitie McCaffrey talks about engineering effectiveness, approaching diversity, and verification of distributed systems at QCon New York 2016.

Containers Live Migration: Behind the Scenes

Posted by Ruslan Synytsky on  Jul 22, 2016

This article addresses a topic that is not fully covered in current IT world: live migration of containers, how it works behind the scenes, and what problems it solves. 1

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