“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?
JAXenter gets the inside story on the tool helping to up productivity in achingly cool startups around the globe.
Misophonia, inept managers and Agile fails all cited as major workflow killers. Whats jamming your gears?
Forget boring, stuffy meetings: this is your team’s daily synchronization tool.
Fresh from announcing a $25m funding round this morning, the data analytics young guns take us on a tech deep dive and outline their semi-open approach.
Cutting through the jargon to the common sense buried beneath, Steffan Surdek discusses cross functional teams, increments of functionality, and minimum feature sets.
Donald Rumsfeld was right: it’s the unknown unknowns that are the real killers in software development.
Its safe to say we are living in open development times but the journey isnt over yet. James Falkner examines what the future holds for open source.
Co-writer of Manifesto for Agile Software Development argues Agile has been stripped of any of its original meaning.
Collaborative skills can make or break an agile team – Jayathirtha R Rao shows us how big visual charts (BVCs) can help.
With the launch of enterprise oriented Pivotal One, company promises that everyone can now develop like an internet titan.
A tale of two governments: UK healthcare tech system reforms highlight where America went wrong.