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Death by Planning in Agile Adoption

“ Management can get the feeling of losing control when their enterprise adopts agile and starts deploying self-organizing teams. Procedures, review boards and consultation bodies can become superfluous when switching to an agile approach, but they may not realize that, says Marcel Heijmans. Trying to regain control with additional planning can make things worse, causing "death by planning".”
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Code rant: Heisenberg Developers

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Finely grained management is a recipe for ‘talent evaporation’. The people who live and breathe software will leave – they usually have few problems getting jobs elsewhere. The people who don’t like to take decisions and need an excuse, will stay.
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principles of high performance programs

This article is an attempt to sum up a small number of generic rules that appear to be useful rules of thumb when creating high performing programs. It is structured by first establishing some fundamental causes of performance hits followed by their extensions.
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A Field Guide to Microservices - April 2014 Edition

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“Microservices are a relatively new and not widely known approach to designing systems in an incredibly distributed fashion. I say “relatively new”, but to put this into context, there isn’t even a wikipedia entry for the term yet.”
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Lean & Enterprise Architecture: Enterprise Architecture for Lean Business Processes

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“ How can Lean and enterprise architecture reinforce each other?”
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Microservices and SOA

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“ Over the past year or so we've started to hear about Microservices as potentially new architectural style. Recently Thoughtworks' Martin Fowler and James Lewis wrote an article defining Microservices. However, Steve Jones takes issue with the general theme and much in that article, believing that there is little new here and this is just a Service Oriented Deliver approach.”
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Spring Boot turns over a new leaf for Spring - TheServerSide.com

“Spring Boot turns over a new leaf for Spring TheServerSide.com For a smaller example, like a service, try the "Building a RESTful Web Service" guide.”
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Microservices Reading List - Seeking Simplicity

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Microservices Reading List Jul 2nd, 2014 Given the huge amount of buzz around Microservices right now, as well as the huge amount of content being …
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Distributed Systems and the End of the API

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“ This is a written (expanded) narrative of the content from a talk I first gave at PhillyETE on April 23rd, 2014. It mostly follows the flow of the presentation given then, but with a level of detai...”
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The JavaScript Minefield

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How is JavaScript a minefield? Well, JavaScript has all sorts of pitfalls lurking for the developer. Each pitfall is like a mine in the minefield, silently waiting for you to accidentally step on it. Just like the minefield, JavaScript’s mines are hidden in plain sight. Entire books have been written about all the mines present in JavaScript. Maybe I’ll get into what some of those are in future blog posts. Now, if you are going to venture into a minefield, you need a way to avoid stepping on a mine. You need either a safe path through the minefield or a detailed map of all the mine locations.Douglas Crockford was trying to provide a safe path through the JavaScript minefield when he wrote JavaScript: The Good Parts. He did an admirable job at laying out a subset of the language that was sufficient but avoided many of the mines. However, the problem with any safe path through a minefield is that if you ever stray from the path, it doesn’t help at all.This article is Part 1 in a 6-Part Series. - Part 1 - This Article - Part 2 - Why TypeScript Isn't the Answer - Part 3 - Why Dart Isn't the Answer - Part 4 - Why CoffeeScript Isn't the Answer - Part 5 - Are JavaScript Linters the Answer? - Part 6 - What I Think CoffeeScript Should Have Been
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Lean & Enterprise Architecture: The seven deadly wastes of Enterprise Architects

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Microservices

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The term "Microservice Architecture" has sprung up over the last few years to describe a particular way of designing software applications as suites of independently deployable services. While there is no precise definition of this architectural style, there are certain common characteristics around evolutionary design, decentralization, deployment automation, and a smart-endpoints / dumb pipes approach to networking.
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Microservices - Not a free lunch! - High Scalability -

Microservices - Not a free lunch! - High Scalability - | Software Operations | Scoop.it
“ This is a guest post by Benjamin Wootton , CTO of Contino , a London based consultancy speciali...”
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