Wacht? dit is niet hetzelfde? De twee branching en merging strategien lijken ook erg sterk op elkaar. Er is een subtiel verschil: daar waar de release vandaan komt. Bovenstaand: GitHub Flow een release komt van de branch Bovenstaand: Trunk based development: een release […]
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In deze lezing introduceert Craig Larman: Large Scale Scrum of LeSS
A novel about how to implement a DevOps culture and organisation. The protagonist is confronted with recognizable IT problems and obviously solves them 🙂 The good: Written as a novel and as a tribute to Goldrath’s famous ‘The Goal’. This helps you identify which aspects of Lean will benefit IT, Software development and service management […]
Martin Fowler talks about user stories and the why you cannot hide behind a Product Owner anymore.
Interesting talk about how to dig deep into your Cisco phone, and recording everything that is said around it. When mentioning it to Cisco, they ‘routed the information to /dev/dontcare’ 🙂
Great talk about what NoSQL is, what it is not and how everything is not going to change radically: just some new options have presented themselves.
For a number of years I’ve been a happy user of Zach Wiley’s excellent iPhoto plugin to export my photos to gallery. Unfortunately that plugin was long pas its expiration date and stopped working on OSX 10.9. Without previous Objective C experience myself I took up the challenge and made some steps learning the language using […]
Good talk here on why continuous delivery is so important when doing agile software development. Martin Fowler is present as well, although he manifests himself as an on-stage ghost because of broken mike and standing in the back of the stage. Good summary of the importance of continuous delivery.
Just finished Henrik Kniberg’s Blogprint book about Scrum vs Kanban and after starting reading I immediately found something many software teams can relate to. It’s the trouble of planning iterations when important customers demand immediate attention. This is against the general principle of Scrum. In Scrum you, the team, commit to a set of work […]
Joe Armstrong makes a strong argument for programming in parallel because more powerful linear processing is a dead end (simply said). source is a infoQ talk
To determine whether a piece of source code is of good quality most of the time the first thought is: “I would have done this completely differently. ” We call this the “Not Invented Here” syndrome and can be very destructive to your product or project. Kent Beck introduced the term “Code Smell” to indicate […]
The term “enterprise software” mostly covers software designed for use within large companies. This type of software often has many users and complex calculations for calculating pension statements or bank information. I have some experience with these types of systems. The quality of this type of software ranges from abominable to lean and mean. The […]
In this talk: Linus Torvalds talks about version controlling the Linux kernel. He talks about the benefits of fully distributed version control with Git in particular. Torvalds has written Git himself after he received a fair bit of criticism for using the commercial BitKeeper (The Horror! 🙂 to manage the Linux Kernel project for some time. […]
Eben Moglen is one of the leading thinkers and speakers in the field of free software. Mr. Moglen is, together with Richard Stallman, the driving force behind the Free Software Foundation and recently gave a lecture at the Law Faculty of the University of Edinburgh on the future of the software industry in the era of GPL […]