Self-organisation does not come to be by itself alone. It requires goals, competencies, methods and patterns of cooperation. Every agile coach knows of this and many made the experience that one cannot take all these things for granted, but that they must provide the environment for it.
The agile development of software offers numerous advantages for developers and development teams. On the other hand, Agile also poses new security challenges. Christian Schneider shows in his session from DevOpsCon 2018 which security sins should not be committed in agile projects.
When it comes to Agile methodology, are you putting people first? In this article, Patrick Londa explores how human-centered design is the perfect fit for Agile development, and what you should ask yourself when implementing it.
In the rapidly changing and evolving tech ecosystem, it is vital that you can add value, increase your development speed, and cut out as many of the cumbersome, boring and repetitive tasks as possible. In this session, Sebastian Daschner shows 7 basic principles that can boost your productivity.
Are you sure the DevOps implementation strategy you use is the right one for your company? We caught up with Liat Palace, Head of Agile and DevOps implementation at Amdocs to talk about what has been missing from DevOps and its future prospects.
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.
Jira is most probably the number one choice software for agile development. And with all the good reasons. But no one is perfect and neither is Jira. Its fatal flaw? Pricing! Let’s have a look at some worthy and, most importantly, less costly alternatives to Jira.
Agile and ISO aren’t incompatible; it’s time to challenge conventional beliefs. In this article, Nathan Sykes makes the case for Agile and ISO.
At last month’s JAX conference, Thomas Much talked about pair and mob programming and how Agile becomes and remains successful. We caught up with him to talk about all this and more.
At last month’s JAX conference, Wolfgang Strunk explained how agile software development can help create a coherent architectural landscape in a large company. We caught up with him to dive deeper into the Agile topic.
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.
At last month’s JAX conference, Wolfgang Pleus talked about the growth of the Agile movement and the trends that are particularly exciting right now. We caught up with him to dive deeper into the Agile topic.
In this article, Danish Wadhwa debunks some of the most common misconceptions about agile. Are you doing it right? If not, this article should help you discern the truth from myths.
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.