Ming Zhou and Adam Lewis share their experience of building cloud automation and orchestration platforms.
Doug Sherman reviews the efforts that took place in the initial phases which incorporated targeted parts of the Spring Framework, as well as more current efforts that leveraged Spring projects.
Nick Beenham describes how the Enterprise Services Team at Comcast transformed from large monolithic deployments with cycle times of anything from 90 days to cycle times measured in hours.
Matt Parker examines a number of common problems teams face when using TDD, a deceptively simple practice that requires a good deal of craftsmanship and skill to wield effectively.
Neha Batra believes that the best teams are the ones with diverse ways of working, diverse opinions, and diverse backgrounds, but with great diversity comes great responsibility.
Joseph Rodriguez and Peter Clowes talk about the basic principles of XP.
Dan Podsedly talks about the challenges and opportunities encountered as product organizations grow beyond the single agile team, based on real world experiences of Pivotal Tracker.
Monica Beckwith discusses the performance introduced by adaptive compilation in the OpenJDK Hotspot VM, focusing on the internals of OpenJDK 8, the reference implementation for Java SE8.
Todd Sedano explains the way to enable one's team to not only survive but thrive through abrupt changes in team composition.
Mallika Iyer and Sam Weaver cover a brief overview of Pivotal Cloud Foundry and deep dive into running MongoDB as a managed service on this platform.
Joe Moore answers many questions about pair programming and remote pair programming, from the poignant to the silly.
Amar Sharma talks about NBC Universal Microservices infrastructure and how the new way they approach software development has equipped them to make better decisions about product investment.