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  • Glen Ford on Cargo Cult Agile

    Glen Ford discusses why imitating a culture without understanding it to become agile can be dangerous, what can happen when you copy a culture, and what organizations can do if they want to change their culture. He gives several examples on culture change and dives into what can make a culture chance successful.

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    10:01
  • Steve Levin on Challenges Developing for Multiple Mobile Platforms

    Steve Levin, VP at scanR, shares his experience and insight on the challenges developing an application for multiple mobile devices and platforms. He mentions the hardware difficulties encountered, the common software incompatibilities they had to surmount, and some details on what it takes to sell an application through online application stores.

    Steve Levin on Challenges Developing for Multiple Mobile Platforms
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    28:46
  • Dan Grigsby Shares Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurship

    In this interview made by InfoQ’s Rob Bazinet during RubyFringe 2008, Dan Grigsby talks about programming and entrepreneurship, how a programmer can take his idea and transform it into a successful product.

    Dan Grigsby Shares Secrets of Successful Entrepreneurship
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    20:21
  • Silverlight at Major League Baseball.com

    Learn about the re-launch of Major League Baseball’s website on Silverlight. With the website’s back-end written in Java and much of the user interface built with JSP, MLB.com is not your typical candidate for adopting Microsoft’s newest technology for building Rich Internet Apps. Henry Belmont and Thaniya Keereepart share the reasoning behind choice and implementation details.

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    16:15
  • Pragmatic Dave on Passion, Skill and 'Having A Blast'

    At QconLondon 2007 Jim Coplien spoke with "Pragmatic" Dave Thomas for InfoQ. This energetic 30-minute interview runs the gamut of Dave's wide-ranging interests: 'agile' publishing; how to turn what you love doing into a book; programming (and methodology) monocultures; staying limber with code "katas"; and advice for academics: help your students live with the passion of a 5-year old!

    Pragmatic Dave on Passion, Skill and 'Having A Blast'
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    30:35
  • Panel: The Value of Agile Leadership to the Enterprise

    InfoQ presents a one hour video from the APLN Leadership Summit at Agile2006, where a panel of business leaders spoke about their experiences: Bud Phillips (Capital One Financial), Israel Ganot (BMC Software), Steven Ambrose (DTE Energy), Peter George (Cronos Inc.). Topics included top-down vs. bottom-up adoption, making the leap of faith to enterprise adoption and the value of the PMO.

    Panel: The Value of Agile Leadership to the Enterprise
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    59:41
  • Linda Rising on Collaboration, Bonobos and The Brain

    In this InfoQ interview, author and coach Linda Rising reflected on scientific research suggesting that we may be hardwired to work in small, collaborative teams. She also explained what led up to her popular Agile2006 talk "Are Agilists the Bonobos of the Software World?" which focused on their "make love not war" social rituals. The apes' rituals, that is.

    Linda Rising on Collaboration, Bonobos and The Brain
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    30:05
  • David H. Hansson on the Future of Rails

    InfoQ editor Obie Fernandez asks David some hard-hitting questions about the future of Rails in the enterprise, profiting from his success and whether a vendor will fork Rails someday. Contains lots of good information for technologists staking their future on the Rails platform, including David's opinions on Rails adoption, service-oriented architecture and scaling Rails applications.

    David H. Hansson on the Future of Rails
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    35:06
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