If we could vote the most underrated area of software development, security might be an easy winner. In the past, it was considered as a side project where you would eventually manage a user and access rights feature in your application. Things started changing with the web and the concept of “cross site scripting” or […]
Even if the current Agile approach consider software architecture more like a deliverable that will emerge during the Scrum iterations than a foundation that must be completely defined before starting your software development project, the architecture of your application remains one of the key factor for its capacity to evolve and survive.
Methods & Tools author and Agile Coach Daryl Kulak discusses about all the “Agile Can’t” answers to better understand whether Agile is suited to your environment or not.
We don’t have the time or the budget to go to all software development conferences around the world. Fortunately, more and more conferences offers now on the web videos of their past sessions. You will find here a selection of web sites that you can visit to improve your software development knowledge. European Javas If […]
I had the chance to see Kevin Henley in action at the Jazoon conference last June. The video of this presentation is now available and you can enjoy his lively presentation style. * Download presentation slides * Visit 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know web site * Read my review of this Jazoon session.