As we focus our attention on all things agile, we look at some videos that span the range of agile fandom and antagonism. From tips to improving your agile framework, to the opinion of its dangerous influence, these videos have it all.
Sidetracked with the technical specifics and implementation planning, IT teams switching to Continuous Delivery are missing the bigger picture of what CD is all about.
In the spring of 2014, Dave Thomas blogged about the death of Agile. Now Andrew Hunt, another original author of the Agile Manifesto, has expressed his concerns for the current state and failure of Agile.
Are you looking to improve the way you’re prioritising work in your agile environment? Tomas Rybing presents the ‘Priority Pyramid’ which has resulted in positive feedback from the wider Kanban community.
Is your Scrum implementation failing? We could know the reason why. Read on as we explore this different kind of agile software development framework.
How much does it matter what you hear while you program? Four learned programmers tell us what sounds they listen to when they concentrate on coding.
Dutch programming legend Erik Meijer, known for his collaboration on C#, Visual Basic, LINQ, Volta and .NET, made an series of scathing criticisms of the agile ‘cancer’ at the Reaktor Dev Day in Helsinki.
The debate surrounding the now infamous #NoEstimates tag has seen commentary from all corners, so we thought we’d try and put it all together for you. After some thorough research, here’s what we’ve discovered.
With git management, a cloud service and a native Distributed Version Control System engine, Perforce’s latest offering wants to make version and git management simpler for startups and games developers.
Atlassian talks about DevOps, gifs, corporate communication and the latest HipChat innovation: HipChat server, which allows companies to use their chat tool behind a firewall.
If your enterprise hasn’t already adopted a DevOps approach, there’s officially no excuse anymore.
“Agile troublemaker” Dan North explains the problems of agile environments and how some teams are succeeding with large-scale deliveries in spite of being agile.
What are developers dressing up as for Halloween this year? And what is it that programmers are most scared of?
Is there such a thing as the right music for programming? And can we even be sure it has a good effect?