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Future release schedule

Scala’s plans for 2016 and how you can help

The team behind the functional programming language Scala have updated their 2016 release schedule, revealing the areas where community contribution is welcome. Library authors and updates to documentation are all highlighted as ways to help.

Mastering complexity

Relax, every code base rots over time

How do you know if your code base is rotting? Before you get defensive about your code, software architect Erik Dietrich wants you to know that every code base rots over time. The key is to ensure you’re managing the complexity of its growth correctly.

Code rant

Learn to code, it’s harder than you think

All the evidence shows that programming requires a high level of aptitude that only a small percentage of the population possess. The current fad for short learn-to-code courses is selling people a lie and will do nothing to help the skills shortage for professional programmers.

"Holistic Optimisation"

DevOps and Hoshin Kanri – A dream combination

Hoshin Kanri is a Japanese managerial process that DevOpsDays London organiser Barry Chandler has recently discovered, and he wants the world to know how teaming it with DevOps can mean great things for enterprise organisations.

Don't erupt!

The Volcano – An enterprise Kanban board

After some experimentation, Tomas Rybing is back with another visualisation for teams using the Kanban method. He’s cut the top off of his Priority Pyramid and created The Volcano, which covers bigger teams and more products.

Burnt out

Is DevOps making you sick?

The transition to DevOps for many companies has been a successful move. However, now that the processes between development and operations are getting an overhaul, corporate culture has been left to its own, resulting in many burnt out developers.