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Watch Sumanas Sarma and Rob Hinds' JAX London 2017 session

Agile machine learning: From theory to production

With artificial intelligence and machine learning becoming increasingly relevant for modern enterprises, many companies might be feeling the pressure to invest in an AI strategy, before fully understanding what they are aiming to achieve. In this session, Sumanas Sarma and Rob Hinds explain how you can go from theory to production in adopting machine learning solutions.

A threaded organization is a humming machine

The digital thread that binds software development

Each Agile team is a cycling gear; a threaded organization is a humming machine. Implementing a Digital Thread means you will have access and agency over your full process information. Without one in place, your Agile approach is limited to the team level.

Updating Agile for the DevOps decade

Agile development and security: Are you doing it right?

Agile development is great for a lot of things. However, it’s important to remember security issues in the development process. In this article, Jessica Cyrus goes over the best ways to make sure security concerns are adressed properly in the Agile development process.

Interview with Zubin Irani, CEO of cPrime

“DevOps is a critical step to achieving full agility”

Do agile and DevOps really go hand in hand in the real world? Can an agile transition be considered successful without DevOps? What do we need to understand about agile and DevOps? These are just a few questions that have remained unanswered. We talked to Zubin Irani, CEO at cPrime, a full-service consultancy that implements agile transformations and delivers agile solutions, about the importance of agile in today’s tech environment and what it means to be fully agile.

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.

'Agile' & 'DevOps' -Two sides of the same type of coin

Agile, DevOps, & U.S. fighter pilots

The same marketing hype that surrounded “Agile” has now switched to “DevOps”; the combination of the two is one way to solve all the issues that IT organizations have been known for. This has generated the chimera of the “full stack” developer, which simply means that now a developer is expected to do it all. What else could it mean?