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Followers Letters From The Edge Of An Agile Transition by Chris O'Connor Follow 0 Followers Posted on May 17, 2011 Chris O'Connor tells the successful story of a team’s transition to Agile in the middle of a major product release, mentioning the difficulties encountered and how they tackled them.

Followers Software Evolution in Agile Development: A Case Study by Nanjangud Narendra Follow 0 Followers Posted on Apr 29, 2011 Nanjangud C Narendra presents a case study of an enterprise Agile project in the light of Lehman’s laws of software evolution, along with observations on Agile practices used and their outcome. 1

Followers MDSD on the iPhone by Heiko Behrens Follow 0 Followers Posted on Apr 21, 2011 Heiko Behrens shows how to create an iPhone domain specific language using model-driven software development.

Followers Textual Modeling Tools: Overview and Penalty Shoot-out by Bernhard Merkle Follow 0 Followers Posted on Mar 23, 2011 Bernhard Merkle discusses the various types of DSLs, and compares different language workbenches by using them with the same custom DSL in order to outline the differences between them.

Followers F#: History, Today, Tomorrow by Don Syme Follow 0 Followers Posted on Mar 11, 2011 Don Syme discusses the history of F#, how it came about, the current status of the language, especially its simple model supporting parallel and asynchronous programming, and a preview of F# 3.0. 2

Followers Searching Without Objectives by Kenneth Stanley Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 24, 2011 Kenneth O. Stanley considers that innovation is stifled when we are strictly following a high goal, and we would progress more when we are inclined to discovery rather than following an objective. 3

Followers The Case for Evolvable Software by Stephanie Forrest Follow 0 Followers Posted on Feb 11, 2011 Stephanie Forrest believes in applying evolutionary biology principles to the software process creating evolvable software through automated bug repair, improving code and creating new combinations of existing functionality. 5

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