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Methods & Tools - June 2018
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The naive view of agile software development is that everyone just dives in and starts writing code without spending any time at the beginning working out what to do.

That view, although as erroneous as it is simplistic, is based on a genuine shift in thinking. Prior to Agile’s rise, serious software people advised long periods of requirements gathering and architecture, where a five-year project might spend a year or two before any code was written, let alone released into production. The agile world has discarded such long periods of up-front analysis, but we still recognize that there is value in setting out with an initial sense of direction. The challenge is figuring out how we can do this quickly and efficiently, while remembering that nothing teaches us what we want more than an incomplete product that’s released and in use. So, we need to balance setting direction with the knowledge that such up-front thinking is our most tentative.

Source: Martin Fowler in Lean Inception, Paulo Caroli, https://leanpub.com/tothepoint


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*** Software Development Linkopedia ***


Text: Renovating Teams

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Text: The best ways to test your serverless applications

Text: From Coding to Management to Leadership

Text: When Your Tech Debt Comes Due

Text: The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals

Text: ScrumMaster Checklists

Video: Software Developer Stress & Depression

Video: Testing Angular: Techniques & Practices

Video: Fragile Agile: Coaching Tired Teams

Video: What Is Next for Functional QA Managers

Video: The Dehumanization of Agile and Objects

Video: JUnit5 Features, Architecture & Extensibility

Tools: NSubstitute is a friendly substitute for .NET mocking libraries

Tools: Open Source .NET Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) Tools

Tools: Free Online Scrum Tools

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DevChain Conference, September 27-28 2018, London, UK

STARWEST Testing Conference, September 30-October 5 2018, Anaheim, CA, USA

Pacific NW Software Quality Conference, October 8-10 2018, Portland, USA

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