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The Agile Model comes to Management, Learning, and Human Resources

The Agile Model comes to Management, Learning, and Human Resources | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it

Over the last five years the business of software development has been totally transformed by the concepts of agile development. So is the business of Management and Human Resources.

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Story and Language: Why Do You Care? | Agile Greatness

Story and Language: Why Do You Care? | Agile Greatness | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
RT @DanMezick Language is the code of culture - http://t.co/c7HycTDY #storytelling...
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Dev + Ops = Getting Software Deployed Faster (DevOps) « Ian Skerrett

Dev + Ops = Getting Software Deployed Faster (DevOps) « Ian Skerrett | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
DevOps is in to operations what Agile is to development. Operations needs to be a competitive advantage, adopting new technology quickly and with minimal business interruption, but in many cases the business goals have ...
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Agile Project Rescue

This video tells the story of a project that was in a bad shape after a first waterfall attempt and 2 months of Scrum that failed to deliver any working code.
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A Musical Approach to Agile Development Teams – Part 1 of 2

A Musical Approach to Agile Development Teams – Part 1 of 2 | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Have you ever watched a jazz combo? The performance starts with the leader counting off the rhythm, then stepping away.
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I’m a Lazy Tester » Rally Engineering Blog

I hate puzzling through crappy code. I hate debugging why a seemingly insignificant change causes the application to fall over. I hate small functional changes that take weeks to deliver. When I get off my ass to do something, I want to focus on it, get it done, and go get a beer. And I don’t even want to think about interrupting beer time to go back and fix something that I thought was done.

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Public instances of Sonar - Sonar - Codehaus

Public instances of Sonar - Sonar - Codehaus | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it

This page lists Sonar public instances of well-known open-source projects or communities that decided to set up their own environment.


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The Product Backlog as a Learning Tool

The Product Backlog as a Learning Tool | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Discover the right product features by integrating insights from customer and user feedback into the product backlog early and frequently.
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DevOps Tech Talk Slides | Moovweb Blog

DevOps Tech Talk Slides | Moovweb Blog | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Yesterday evening (1/19/12), Chris Mague gave a DevOps talk at Moovweb – and it was a roaring success. There was a great turn out with lots of new friends and contacts made. As you can see below, the room was packed!
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Waterfall? Get Over it Already!

Waterfall? Get Over it Already! | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Is it fair to call Quasimodo ugly?Earlier this year, on the LinkedIn Agile and Lean Software discussion group, someone posted the question, “Is it fair or accurate to malign the waterfall process as is rote when people push agile and Scrum?

 

Excellent point I've made myself. Folks are leaving Waterfall for a reason! And I think Uncle Bob Martin gives the most succinct explanation as to why agile makes more sense when he says, _when designing  is cheaper than building, design first, as in architecture but... when it is cheaper to build than to design (or perhaps no difference is more accurate) then build first. Software is cheaper to build first.

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Agile is more than just…

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I love that video! It's an expression of what lot's of people think Agile is about. To speak freely, there are lot's of people who have no clue that working with Scrum or Kanban has nothing to...

 

Ok, I near pee'd my pants on this one. NSFW in that it is a little *blue* but once you get past the swearing, it's very true.

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Why to choose JMeter for performance testing? | Swarm of XeBees

During my last project, I was given a task to choose one of the best tools for performance testing among open source tools available in market. After evaluation and little research I came up with JMeter.


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The conflict between Continuous Delivery and traditional Agile | kief.com

The conflict between Continuous Delivery and traditional Agile | kief.com | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it

"In working with development teams at organizations which are adopting Continuous Delivery, I have found there can be friction over practices that many developers have come to consider as the right way for Agile teams to work. I believe the root of conflicts between what I've come to think of as traditional agile and CD is the approach to making software "ready for release".

 

An excellent read for breaking down some barriers even from within a silo (assuming of course that the CD team is connected to the Dev team).

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InfoQ: Devops Fools, Tools and other Smart Things

InfoQ: Devops Fools, Tools and other Smart Things | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Patrick Debois discusses the role of tools in creating a new devops culture that needs to be build inside organizations around the idea of craftsmanship.
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Agile Development Blog: Scaling Software Agility

Agile Development Blog: Scaling Software Agility | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
Agile software development best practices, culture, and insights with Ryan Martens and Jean Tabaka of Rally Software. (RT @RallyOn: #Agile and Tractors - on the test farm and at home!

 

John Deere’s Agile adoption, characterized as a ‘big bang’ across their 800-person development organization within a year. It’s definitely worth the 5 minute read.

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agile42 | Agile With Non-Software Teams

agile42 | Agile With Non-Software Teams | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
It is quite interesting to note how little most software developers know about hardware development. Many of us take it for granted that hardware development cannot match the pace of software.
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Feature Toggles – Branching in Code » Rally Engineering Blog

It’s true. Feature toggles add conditional complexity and decrease the readability of code. That puts me, as an advocate of both feature toggles and clean code, in a bit of a tough spot. How do I justify the added complexity of feature toggles when there are well established patterns for feature branching in source control. My justification is that feature toggles are less complex and less error prone.

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Seven Options for Handling Interruptions in Scrum and Other Agile Methods – Agile Advice – Working With Agile Methods

Seven Options for Handling Interruptions in Scrum and Other Agile Methods – Agile Advice – Working With Agile Methods | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it

Almost three years ago we wrote a brief article about interruptions. In that article, we described four methods of dealing with interruptions. I would like to expand on those four methods and add three more to present a comprehensive set of options for organizations struggling with this.


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Another excellent Devops Weekly | dow.ngra.de

One of the few newsletters that I actually read is Devops Weekly. It is a no bullshit, just content type of weekly newsletter composed by Gareth Rushgrove every.
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Scrum Alliance - A Sprint is Not a Mini Waterfall

Scrum Alliance - A Sprint is Not a Mini Waterfall | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it

"The design, development, integration, and testing (DDIT) stage within a Sprint is a continuous activity, not the sequential process it is in a Waterfall project"

 

Amen brother Chand!

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Agile Development and Operations Hand-in-Hand | Agile Zone

Agile Development and Operations Hand-in-Hand | Agile Zone | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
The concept of DevOps is on the rise: there's a conference, ThoughtWorks developed a tool and has a well-received book out on the subject and there's a...
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Continuous Delivery with Deployit, Puppet, JBoss and VMware

Continuous Delivery with Deployit, Puppet, JBoss and VMware | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
It all started with a simple customer question: “How can we cut down our deployment time so we can deploy a bigger volume of applications, more often"?  Charl Vermeer, Project Manager.

 

Note to self, read this again!

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if - else coding style best practices

if - else coding style best practices | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
The following post is going to be an advanced curly-braces discussion with no right or wrong answer, just more “matter of taste”. It is about whether to put “else” (and other keywords, such as “catch”, “finally”) on a new line or not.

 

Who doesn't love curly brace wars?  Having said that, your company has a right to have coding styles defined and enforced.

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Metrics for DevOps | LogicMonitor Blog

Metrics for DevOps | LogicMonitor Blog | DevOps in the Enterprise | Scoop.it
At LogicMonitor we take turns learning from each other in informal sessions. One week it may be developers talking about MySql and NoSQL; or marketing guys.

 

Oooo, I love data visualations! Ok, so ths is just a graph but that's where my love started ;-)

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