Before starting with FreeAgent I decided I should spend a
bit more time with Ruby and set about building something I’d been
0 replies - 7281 views - 09/12/11 by Gareth Rushgrove in News
One of the benefits of working on a startup project of which I am the owner is that I can do things the way I want to.
One of the things I was keen to try out...
2 replies - 6284 views - 09/11/11 by Wille Faler in News
I was asked a good question by a colleague a couple of days ago.
On p419 of my book
Jez and I show and I describe a “Configuration and Release Management...
0 replies - 6765 views - 09/09/11 by Dave Farley in News
Gregor Hohpe - Enterprise Integration Patterns: Past, Present and Future:
Eight years after the initial publication, the Enterprise Integration Patterns have...
0 replies - 5607 views - 09/09/11 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
James Strachan - The Future of Camel:
James tells the history of Camel, it’s wide adoption, and where it is headed in the future. He will also introduce and...
0 replies - 4968 views - 09/09/11 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
Based on proven integration design patterns, Apache Camel handles the ‘plumbing’ issues, so that software architects can direct more of their attention...
0 replies - 3993 views - 09/09/11 by Brandon Nokes in Uncategorized
Whenever you hear a new theory or idea (like devops), people ask for
proof before they engage. This is only natural I guess. This was the
reason why I...
0 replies - 2684 views - 09/08/11 by Patrick Debois in News
I’ve been playing with Chef recently, in particular the
solo variant. The new job at FreeAgent meant setting up new development
virtual machines and...
1 replies - 7717 views - 09/05/11 by Gareth Rushgrove in News
The Moving Parts
Managing your infrastructure with Opscode Chef
involves a few moving parts you need to be aware of. As I found it
quite hard to...
1 replies - 5690 views - 09/02/11 by Matthias Marschall in News
When I first joined DRW I noticed
that the vast majority of developers were not pair-programming. I was
surprised that a company that employed so many...
2 replies - 6463 views - 09/01/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
Imagine an ant working at the top of a mountain. Next to it, there’s a
sluice of melt water running and, at that moment, the ant removes a tiny
3 replies - 8032 views - 09/01/11 by Daniel Ackerson in News
I think that
the reason that agile development works is because it is the
application of the scientific method to software development.
1 replies - 5381 views - 08/31/11 by Dave Farley in News
I’ve been trying out Sonar and it looks great – it’s much more
presentable than trawling through maven sites to find build reports.
Anyway, I decided...
0 replies - 5794 views - 08/19/11 by James Betteley in News
There's no source code for this episode, but the previous episode's code is available here. Visit the Let's Play archive for more episodes!
0 replies - 917 views - 08/19/11 by James Shore in News
What does it take to build reliable and stable enterprise software?First, stop writing lousy codeIt’s unfortunate that few developers are familiar with The...
3 replies - 10033 views - 08/15/11 by Jim Bird in News