This is the 3rd post in a series ‘How to get started with CI’
Previously, we talked about choosing the correct infrastructure for
your CI system. We...
0 replies - 7008 views - 08/03/11 by Paul Stack in News
The Holy Grail of Requirements has always been traceability,
measurability and perhaps most importantly testability. The evolution of
requirements has gone...
0 replies - 8339 views - 08/01/11 by Wille Faler in News
I've been pondering a few different ideas lately that all center around a
common theme: to be maximally effective you need to identify and allow
5 replies - 3577 views - 07/20/11 by Jay Fields in Articles
couple of months ago I was fortunate enough to be invited to the
Thoughtworks live 2011 event in London. The main topics of this event
were agile (as...
0 replies - 3863 views - 07/19/11 by James Betteley in News
I’ve found this question while going over my old StackOverflow answers:I'm
using reflection to loop through a Type's properties and set certain
1 replies - 6373 views - 07/18/11 by Dror Helper in News
Conquering the Last Mile
I went to the London C.I. Meetup recently where Gus Power (how he
chose a career in I.T. and not as a pro-wrestler with a name like...
2 replies - 8067 views - 07/14/11 by James Betteley in News
In my executive presentations I spend a fair amount of time on the topic of Do Less,
talking about how we waste an incredible amount of time and money...
1 replies - 1228 views - 07/01/11 by Jim Highsmith in News
For a while I've been thinking about what makes me like or dislike a
project. Having spent a very big part of my career working for
6 replies - 5747 views - 06/29/11 by Sandro Mancuso in Articles
The arguments in support of Continuous DeploymentIn a webinar on CD, Kent
Beck explored a fundamental mismatch between rapid cycling in design
1 replies - 7030 views - 06/28/11 by Jim Bird in News
I’ve spent a lot of time in my career working on problems that cross the
lines between development and operations. That’s why I am interested in
1 replies - 10848 views - 06/24/11 by Jim Bird in News
In “The Moving Parts of Opscode Chef”
there was an interesting discussion about the need of a highly
available chef server if you want to use opscode...
0 replies - 3936 views - 06/23/11 by Matthias Marschall in News
I’ve just found my notes from James Turnbull’s talk at FOSDEM.
I found the talk excellent, and I’m already part of the choir. But much
0 replies - 3985 views - 06/22/11 by Gareth Rushgrove in News
Dave Astels mentions in his BDD paper that the way we use language influences the way that we write code, quoting the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis
“there is a...
0 replies - 7047 views - 06/19/11 by Mark Needham in News
Earlier this year, I was invited to present a talk at Devopsdays Boston about deployment as the new build:
how deployments are carried out now, how they will...
2 replies - 4810 views - 06/17/11 by Andrew Phillips in Articles
What is it? Coding guidelines, or coding
standards if you will, are documents consisting of rules and
recommendations on the use of C# in enterprise...
0 replies - 7904 views - 06/16/11 by Dennis Doomen in News