With millions down the drain, is it really fair to blame the IT squad for the UK governments recent agile misadventures?
New release of world-beating issue tracker focuses on faster, user-friendly interface.
To adopt the new methodology, the social networks engineers had to halt site development for two months. Was it worth it?
Are you a Politician, a Value Addition or The Creepy Quiet Member? Agile coach Jay Rao has noticed six recurring roles.
Get your abstracts in for Londons premier Java conference – returning for its sixth installment – while you still can!
Uwe Friedrichsen acts as our sensei in explaining Software Craftsmanship and how to overcome the limitations.
Originally appearing in JAX Magazine, agile guru Roman Pichler introduces us to a new tool primed to help your agile team deliver a modernised product.
JAXenter speaks to Intent project lead Alex Lagarde to discuss the importance of documentation.
A response to Gavin Kings Methodology Luddite Manifesto, in which the Ceylon creator disparaged certified scum masters.
In this session from JAX London 2012, Patrick Debois gives a brief explanation of the concept of infrastructure as code promised by configuration management systems like CFEngine, Puppet and Chef.
Devops means many things to many people.
Thoughtworks Principal Jez Humble offers up a bitesize view into Continuous Delivery and how businesses can use it to get valuable new software to uses as quickly as possible, whilst keeping their production environment stable. Jez discusses important CD practices and principles including value stream mapping, the deployment pipeline, acceptance test drive development, zero-downtime releases and incremental development. This video was filmed by Marakana Tech TV (marakana.com) at JAXconf in July 2012
Patrick tells us of the importance of sharing within the Devops culture and how to go about implementing the concepts
Those who rise to become an Agile Enterprise do not automatically achieve greater competitiveness. Gone are the days when a team could be called agile by accomplishing five releases per year – today truly agile companies create multiple releases per day. The problem is that the majority of agile teams are tuned for speed, innovation and change, but few are focusing on actual results. Stephen Burton of AppDynamics discusses this within his JAX-Keynote – what happens when companies become too focused becoming “Agile” and how this obsession can even make an end of the business. Stephen gives practical tips for developer teams can handle agility properly