One of the rules of simple design is the necessity to minimize the number of moving parts, like classes and methods, as long as the tests are satisfied and we...
0 replies - 4203 views - 08/15/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Quite often I hear teams lamenting about the number and duration of
meetings they must attend. I've encountered this in organizations large
0 replies - 1104 views - 08/13/11 by Dave Rooney in News
Last week I was discussing with a couple of my partners in crime about
our ideas for building communities within our organization. I mentioned
1 replies - 689 views - 08/13/11 by Caleb Jenkins in News
One year ago, at the Agile 2010 conference, I came up with the idea to publish a Top 100 Agile Books. Like many of my other top 100 lists it was a great...
1 replies - 8214 views - 08/12/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
July update of our monthly round-up of “new, noteworthy, interesting”
in the ALM tools and process space. If you missed it, check out the June...
0 replies - 992 views - 08/12/11 by Dele Sikuade in News
Sitting in unnecessary meetings sucks. You know what I’m talking
about: A lot of people crammed into one room, half of whom have no
business with the...
0 replies - 797 views - 08/12/11 by Matthias Marschall in News
This week I am attending the 2011 Agile Alliance Conference
in Salt Lake City, and so this seemed like a good opportunity to share
my new word with you....
1 replies - 922 views - 08/12/11 by Caleb Jenkins in News
For me, the first 2 days of Agile 2011 were a whirlwind. On Monday I
co-chaired a milestone event—the Agile Executive Forum—in which 60
0 replies - 3000 views - 08/11/11 by Jim Highsmith in News
This year son joined the Robotics Club at his school. It runs first
thing in the morning and the instructor encourages parents to attend, so
I was able to...
0 replies - 731 views - 08/11/11 by Dave Rooney in News
Anne Grub at DevProConnections.com recently pulled together a list of free software development tools offered by vendors and the .net developer community.
0 replies - 1533 views - 08/11/11 by Dele Sikuade in News
On the plane from Beijing to Amsterdam I read Linchpin by Seth Godin.
OK, I tried reading it.
I gave up after about 40 pages and 400 simplistic...
1 replies - 2224 views - 08/10/11 by Jurgen Appelo in News
We are entering the data organization refactorings section of Fowler's book: these methods apply to object which maintain state, like entities, records, value...
0 replies - 3950 views - 08/10/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles
Spork is great. And so is guard
and its family of plugins. Early this year I spent a while converting
all of my rails projects to use spork, and we even...
1 replies - 1436 views - 08/09/11 by Kevin Rutherford in News
I'm doing a neat hands-on activity at Agile 2011 called "Slackers and
Debtors: Meet Commitments, Reduce Debt, and Improve Performance." It's a
0 replies - 1056 views - 08/09/11 by James Shore in News
Below is the detailed outline for my August 10, 9:00AM Agile 2011 presentation. I look forward to meeting you and interacting with you in the conference...
0 replies - 2171 views - 08/09/11 by Israel Gat in News