Imagine you are on an Agile team with two-week iterations. Your team is working on lots of new small features, as well as enhancements and bug fixes, and you have achieved a steady rhythm of releasing code to production every two weeks.
Angular2 has been on the radar for quite a while, and so has the desire to retire AngularJS applications. However, with Angular2 in active development for over a year, and the ability to deliver better and faster than ever with AngularJS, most companies have still decided not to change.
An open letter calling on Ottawa to grant temporary residence to anyone displaced by the ban garnered over 3,000 signatures from members of Canada’s tech community.
Over the past year, I’ve been reading more and more about the “death” of Agile, particularly as it relates to large enterprises that undertake Agile transformations but do not give the projects enough of a chance to succeed. I worry that failed projects will damage the industry’s perception of Agile.
The Canadian tech community comprises many different nationalities, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities, mental and physical abilities, and perspectives. We believe that this diversity is a source of strength and opportunity.
ThoughtWorks Technology Radar shows some indication that web-based configurations of build pipelines may be a thing of the past. Just recently, they put a “Hold” on Jenkins, and followed that up with adding an “Adopt” on “Pipelines as code”.
The increased popularity of Agile Development over the past few years has created a buzz for Agile Marketing. I’ve noticed that as we approach 2017, a term that was once inspired from Agile Development is now becoming the one of the fastest growing marketing methodologies being implemented across the globe.
The Theory of Constraints (ToC) can be used to make the relationships between the Agile planning practices much clearer and help to address many of the problems teams have with Estimates, Velocity and Sprint Planning.