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[18 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]

Here is our monthly selection of interesting knowledge material on programming, software testing and project management.  This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about Agile coaching and management, positive quality assurance, product managers and owners, enterprise software architecture, functionnal programming, MySQL performance and software testing at Google.

[12 Nov 2014 | Comments Off | ]

While starting a new software development project creates some enthusiasm, the engineer part of the software developer and project manager will also see this event as a set of possible risks. These risks encompass many domains: business, project team, software architecture, technology… Besides being aware of the possible impediments to the project success, risk management is also used to make choices in the product and technology roadmaps and manage priorities when resources are limited. Here is a list of interesting articles that discusses approaches to risk in software development.

[28 Oct 2014 | Comments Off | ]

Here is a list of software development related conferences and events on Agile ( Scrum, Lean, Kanban) software testing and software quality, programming (Java, .NET, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, PHP) and databases (NoSQL, MySQL, etc.) that will take place in the coming weeks and that have media partnerships with the Methods & Tools software development magazine.

[22 Oct 2014 | Comments Off | ]

Here is our monthly selection of interesting knowledge material on programming, software testing and project management.  This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about managing code duplication, product backlog prioritization, engineering management, organizational culture, mobile testing, code reuse and big data.

[16 Oct 2014 | Comments Off | ]

Minimalism also applies in software. The less code you write, the less you have to maintain. The less you maintain, the less you have to understand. The less you have to understand, the less chance of making a mistake. Less code leads to fewer bugs.

[30 Sep 2014 | Comments Off | ]

As Agile becomes widely accepted as a software development approach, many large organizations have adopted it, mainly in its Scrum form to reduce development cycle. There might be even a fair share of adopters that are trying really to apply Agile values. If the topic of scaling Agile has been discussed for many years and you can read the excellent books of Graig Larman and Bas Vodde on this topic. We have also recently seen the emergence of proprietary” approaches, like SAFE, to achieve this goal.

[25 Sep 2014 | Comments Off | ]

Here is a list of software development related conferences and events on Agile ( Scrum, Lean, Kanban) software testing and software quality, programming (Java, .NET, JavaScript, Ruby, Python, PHP) and databases (NoSQL, MySQL, etc.) that will take place in the coming weeks and that have media partnerships with the Methods & Tools software development magazine.