Hypothesis-driven development

Lee Faus (GitHub) Keynote: The new Agile and the Next Gen Developer

When the forefathers of Agile met to write the manifesto that provides the guiding principles of Agile software development, Wikipedia was just formed, the iPod hadn’t launched, and the first versions of IntelliJ IDEA and Eclipse were in beta. The principles of Agile have not changed. More than ever, we strive to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software.

Does it have what it takes?

Can Go dictate trends in 2016?

After Java champion Adam Bien revealed at JAX 2016 that he is using Go and Swift in his spare time, many developers predicted that the former might dictate trends this year, especially since its simplicity has convinced a plethora of startups to transform Go into their language of choice.


5 things to consider before developing a mobile app

Did you know that we spend more time on mobile devices than in front of a laptop or desktop and that we normally use them to access mobile apps? Today, a mobile app represents an easy way to connect with customers; at the same time it has the power to grab new users’ attention.

Eclipse Vorto to the rescue

Eclipse Vorto: Interoperability for the Internet of Things

Interoperability is one of the key topics in the Internet of Things – and at the heart of this is the way in which individual, connected components work together. Communication between these elements makes sense only if the underlying language can actually be understood by the devices involved. Yet from a technological perspective, this can be difficult to achieve due to the wide variety of existing communication protocols. As a result, this calls for some means of translating between the individual languages.