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  • January 24, 2017 24 Jan'17

    How to bring mainframe testing into the Agile/DevOps world

    Mainframes aren't going away, but experienced developers are increasingly hard to find. Compuware's new unit-testing product aims to make it easier to work on a mainframe.

  • December 07, 2016 07 Dec'16

    Gene Kim, DevOps zealot, on BizDevOps

    I was kind of afraid Gene Kim, the man behind the DevOps movement and a very in-demand speaker and consultant, would be offended when I asked him about the idea of BizDevOps, aka DevOps 2.0. But to ...

  • September 16, 2016 16 Sep'16

    Are Agile and DevOps methodologies their own worst enemies?

    Can Agile and DevOps learn to get along? Though the two methodologies were hatched in different eras, in some ways they can be seen as kindred spirits, cut from the same cloth of nontraditional approaches to software design, development and project ...

  • July 27, 2016 27 Jul'16

    The Agile development method -- rumors of its demise are premature

    It sounds like a DevOps world out there, but attendees and speakers at Agile2016 believe the software development methodology has a long life ahead of it.

  • July 25, 2016 25 Jul'16

    Coming from Agile2016: A guide to software design thinking

    With Agile, you can deliver products faster, but are they anything people actually want? Expert Kupe Kupersmith explains how to put the customer into the Agile process.

  • June 08, 2016 08 Jun'16

    Want to see how Agile works in practice? Here's an inside look

    To really understand how Agile works, you need to try it. Columnist Jennifer Lent spent a day trying Agile on for size. Here are her takeaways on what works and what doesn't.

  • June 02, 2016 02 Jun'16

    At Cloud Expo, get the latest thoughts on DevOps and Agile

    Everyone wants to be Agile and do DevOps, but, of course, it's harder than it seems. Find out what industry experts will be talking about at Cloud Expo.

  • May 31, 2016 31 May'16

    STAREAST Conference from an insider perspective

    From technical testing techniques to communication tips, the most recent STAREAST Conference had something for everyone. Expert attendee Gerie Owen shares her perspective.

  • April 11, 2016 11 Apr'16

    State of Agile in 2015? VersionOne's annual survey is optimistic

    VersionOne's 10th annual survey shows Agile methodologies are widely deployed, including increasingly in enterprises, and in Europe and Asia. Meet the new, mature Agile.

  • March 18, 2016 18 Mar'16

    Experiencing Uber from the inside out

    Tom Hughes-Croucher stood before a standing-room-only crowd and explained how he and his team keep Uber running. Or, as he put it, “how we avoid screwing up the world’s largest Javascript project.” ...

  • February 29, 2016 29 Feb'16

    Is a hard-driving developer boot camp right for you?

    Want to become a coder or brush up on your skills? With a shortage of developers, now is a good time. Here's what you need to know about developer boot camp.

  • February 22, 2016 22 Feb'16

    Job security and a big paycheck? Get security experience

    Developers are in short supply all around but those with security experience are particularly in need. Here's how you can move your career in a new direction.

  • January 31, 2016 31 Jan'16

    The mob programming mindset

    Woody Zuill is careful to say he did not "invent" mob programming. But the career programmer turned consultant certainly played a big role in at least codifying the ideas behind mob programming. ...

  • January 28, 2016 28 Jan'16

    Glassdoor ranks best jobs in 2016, tech positions fill list

    Technology and health jobs dominated Glassdoor's list of the best jobs in America for 2016. But which occupation was crowned the winner?

  • December 17, 2015 17 Dec'15

    2015 reasons to be looking forward to 2016

    Perhaps 2015 reasons is a bit of a stretch. In any case, as we wrap up this year, it's interesting to look at where we've been and what we've all been interested in. It is certainly no surprise ...