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

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    Software development has evolved a lot the last decade. Developers are not considered code monkeys any more. They’re expected to write clean and maintainable code that continuously evolve with business needs. Some times they need to work remotely in dynamic and multi-cutltural environments using a variety of technologies and programming languages. Nevertheless they still want […]

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    Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about team complexity, developer burnout, blaming, tester skills, code coverage, integration testing, front end architectures and agile antipatterns. Text: Team of Teams & Complexity: An Approach for breaking down Silos Text: […]

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    What are the characteristics of a good software engineer? It’s a topic many people would argue endlessly about. This is not surprising given we are effectively living in the era of software alchemy. Some of the best programmers draw on a strong scientific and engineering background. They combine this with craft like coding skills in […]

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    The ScrumMaster is one of the most undervalued roles in Scrum and Agile. Most teams that are just starting out don’t see the value of having a full-time ScrumMaster, and they try to combine this position with that of a developer or tester so that the ScrumMaster is “working.” It’s one of the most common […]

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

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    Software Development Skills do not just happen. So, you need to take the bull by the horns and do it yourself. You need to make a plan because these skills rarely develop during your workdays. You also need to dedicate time to develop these skills. While in other craftsmanship, skills of good crafts are well-known. […]

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    What happens if you intervene and they still don’t fix the stand-up? Remember, the accomplishments and bumps are theirs, not yours. Agile works when they learn how to rely on one another. It has nothing to do with you looking good as a coach. So, if they do not improve, accept it for now, and […]

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    Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about practical Agile, software developers types and interview, giving feedback, error handling for .NET, unfinished user stories, mobile testing with Appium, dealing with pesky people and the product owner role. Web […]

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    Projects that don’t change are the ones that get canceled. Any relevant and useful software has to continuously evolve. Agile development greatly emphasizes an evolutionary approach to software design and software architecture. That’s because big up-front design and architecture are risky. But the evolutionary approach also has risks. This session starts with a quick discussion […]

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

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    I gave my first Internet of things (IoT) presentation over a decade ago. The response was overwhelming, and I have been waiting for the IoT tidal wave to land ever since. Strangely, it has not. Why not? Fast-forward through those ten years, and I have learned countless lessons. This presentation reviews the strengths and weakness […]

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    Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about product owner, project deadlines, working in teams, unit testing, better retrospectives, surviving as a QA, legacy code transformation, microservices, Scrum challenges and automated testing. Web site: Product Owner Assessment Text: […]

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    Avoid using defect tracking systems during the iteration. Fix bugs discovered in the work underway for the iteration immediately. If it takes a lot of work, create a task in the Spring backlog. However, there is usually no need to log this bug in the defect tracking system. Logging it would only create another work […]

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    What’s in a programming paradigm? How did the major paradigms come to be, and why? Once we’ve sworn our love to one paradigm, does a program written under any other still smell as sweet? Can functional programmers learn anything from the object-oriented paradigm, or vice versa? In this talk, we’ll try to understand what we […]

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