Technology leaders are moving towards Continuous Delivery and Agile to accelerate business innovation.This post talks about the importance of cultural shift in successful Continuous Delivery implementation in the organizations.
Identifying and resolving issues pertaining to technical debt often take a back seat since development teams prefer to develop new features rather than perform refactoring to repay technical debt. The article emphasizes the need of a balance between feature development and technical debt repayment and outlines pragmatic strategies that software projects could adopt to manage technical debt.
Agile software development is in a rut. The most popular agile methods are consistently mis-applied, mis-understood, mis-used, and all to often abandoned by the companies who need them the most. But worse than that, our popular agile methods are not actually agile themselves! This article proposes a new approach that recognizes and works around limitations in human cognition and decision making
This practical introduction to performance from a designer and front-end developer perspective helps you approach projects with page speed in mind, showing you how to test and benchmark which design choices are most critical.
After a 5-year stint, Kellan Elliott-McCrea, left Etsy. Elliott-McCrea was Etsy's CTO for the past 4 years and VP of Engineering before that. During those five years both the software product and the engineering team underwent radical changes. In the article announcing his departure, Elliott-McCrea expounds five theories that guided him through those changes.
We take a look at Etsy's blameless postmortems, both in terms of philosophy, process and practical measures/guidance to avoid blame and better prepare for the next outage. Because failures are inevitable in complex socio-technical systems. It's the failure handling and resolution that can be improved by learning from postmortems.
Bret Victor is singlehandedly responsible for popularizing the ideas behind live programming amongst today's programmers. In his famous essay Learnable Programming he outlines a set of design principles that should guide the creation of a modern programming environment.
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