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C.R.A.P. metrics for Grails | Lean Java Engineering

C.R.A.P. metrics for Grails | Lean Java Engineering | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
This is a quick how-to post on getting Change Risk Anti-Patterns statistics for your Grails code. Firstly thanks to Jeff Winkler for bringing the new GMetrics v0.5 CrapMetric to my attention and thanks to Chris Mair for his great ...
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How Automation Enables the DevOps Model by @RobynWeisman

How Automation Enables the DevOps Model by @RobynWeisman | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
In his post 3 Reasons Why Monitoring Has Failed Operations, our own Floyd Strimling explains that operations teams must use automation if they are building the sort of environment that can support a DevOps model: ...
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Enterprise agility through adaptive leadership ( - Software - IT Management - Networking )

Enterprise agility through adaptive leadership ( Software IT Management Networking ) Jim Highsmith is somewhat of a luminary in Agile circles.
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The 10 rules of a Zen programmer

The 10 rules of a Zen programmer | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
What does it mean to be a Zen programmer?
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Coding Horror: Listen to Your Community, But Don't Let Them Tell You What to Do

Coding Horror: Listen to Your Community, But Don't Let Them Tell You What to Do | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
You know how interviewers love asking about your greatest weakness, or the biggest mistake you've ever made? These questions may sound formulaic, maybe even borderline cliche, but be careful when you answer: they are more important than they seem.

 

I've always felt their were two major risk in software development. One being that you don't listen to your customer and the other being that you do!

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GreenHopper for JIRA - Overview | Atlassian

GreenHopper for JIRA - Overview | Atlassian | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
GreenHopper adds agile project management to any JIRA project for software development teams practicing Scrum or Kanban. Get started with 10 users for $10. (GreenHopper (Agile Project Management) tiene muy buena pinta.
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GreenHopper ajoute la gestion agile de projet à n'importe quel projet JIRA. Que vous soyez expert ou que vous ne faisiez que commencer à aborder les concepts de l'agilité, GreenHopper est le parfait outil pour visualiser vos process existant et stimuler les améliorations incrémentales.

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Why Application Release Automation needs a Release and an Operations view

Why Application Release Automation needs a Release and an Operations view | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
As the interface between Development and Operations, Application Release Management1 handles information that is highly relevant to your Release and Operations teams.
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DevOps for Fun and Profit: Monitoring with Puppet and Nagios

Monitoring. We love to hate it, and need it. After much thought, research and some amount of soul searching, we decided to implement Nagios to monitor our infrastructure. While powerful, we've got other tools that overlap, ...
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Muddy Software Architecture

If the layered style is the most common targeted style in software architecture, the big ball of mud style is perhaps the one most often actually achieved.
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10 Signs you aren't as Agile as you might think

10 Signs you aren't as Agile as you might think | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
With all the hype in the software industry about Agile, Scrum and so on, it is no surprise that many companies hear or read about the virtues of these methods, perhaps at a conference or in a technical white paper, and think “we need this here”.
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Business Value Engineering framework

I am about to do another BV Engineering workshop. In Orland, Feb 23-34.  Preceded (appropriately) by an Intermediate CSPO (Product Owner) course.
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Dev + Ops = Getting Software Deployed Faster (DevOps)

Dev + Ops = Getting Software Deployed Faster (DevOps) | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Eclipse guru and DZone MVB Ian Skerrett interviews Luke Kaines, the CEO of Puppet Labs, in the first of a series of interviews on discovering what DevOps is, and why developers should care.
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Why 2013 is the year of 'NoOps' for programmers [Infographic]

Why 2013 is the year of 'NoOps' for programmers [Infographic] | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
AppFog CEO Lucas Carlson isn't shy about touting PaaS as the ideal way for developers to access cloud computing resources, but he also knows it's not mainstream.
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DevOps PaaS – Platform for Web Evolution | Cloud Computing Journal

The term is based on the merging of two different workloads, Development and Operations, with this shift to a utility Cloud environment with baked in PaaS acting as the catalyst for this. Read the original blog entry...
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Puppet vs. Chef – The Devops Deathmatch | Three Drunken SysAds

LAAAAAAADIESS ANNNNDDD GENNNELMEN...... LET'S GET READYYYYYYY TO RUMMMMMBBBBBLLLLLEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!! Ok, enough silliness. For the next few sentences.
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State of Agile survey for 2011 tells a familiar story

State of Agile survey for 2011 tells a familiar story | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
One particular chart in the State of Agile survey for 2011 tells a familiar story. Have a look.
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The State of Cassandra

The State of Cassandra | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Learn more about CassandraDB Apache project - right choice when you need scalability and high availability without compromising performance.
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7 tips for managers to successfully un-manage

7 tips for managers to successfully un-manage | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
It's always amazing when a group of people pleasantly surprises and inspires us in the most unexpected ways.
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Creating a build you can trust

Creating a build you can trust | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Creating trustworthy builds can be a challenge.
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The Root Cause of Water-Scrum-Fall

IntroductionWater-Scrum-Fall is the norm in many organizations today.  Despite the attempts of scrum coaches and consultants, the weeds of waterfall grow back into the agile garden.  What causes this?
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How to Create Maintainable Acceptance Tests

This post summarizes what I’ve learned from various sources about making acceptance or black-box tests maintainable.
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Why an Agile Project Manager is Not a Scrum Master | Managing Product Development

Why an Agile Project Manager is Not a Scrum Master | Managing Product Development | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
RT @johannarothman: Why an #Agile Project Manager is Not a Scrum Master, http://t.co/RAhwnXKF agile #pmot...
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A Musical Approach to Agile Development Teams – Part 2 of 2

A Musical Approach to Agile Development Teams – Part 2 of 2 | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
In Part 1 of this post I explained why it’s important for agile development teams to have distinct specialties – very similar to the way a jazz combo works together to create beautiful music.
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Scrum is not enough to revolutionize workplaces

Scrum is not enough to revolutionize workplaces | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
How many of you have come across the adage, “We cannot solve a problem with the mind that created it”?

 

I'm convinced it simply isn't a good way to start or transition to agile at all.

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Gain Trust and Create Change

Gain Trust and Create Change | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Have you ever wished you were more influential within your company?
In this talk for the London .NET User Group, code samurai Garry Shutler explains a set of goals he has used to do both over the past few years and methods used to achieve them.
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