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Computer showing fire on the screen Strengthening System Resilience with Chaos Engineering[article]

Testing continuous technological change can seem like chaos. There are many challenges that need to be managed, such as unavailability of power, excessive temperature, incorrect configuration, unexpected behavior of services, network downtime, and processing slowdown in production. By deliberating engineering chaos, we’ll be able to discover many of our systems’ weaknesses before our users do.

Talia Nassi Testing in Production: A Conversation with Talia Nassi[interview]
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Talia Nassi, developer advocate at Split Software, chats with TechWell community manager Owen Gotimer about the fears, myths, and benefits of testing in production and how to get your stakeholders on board. Continue the conversation with Talia (@Talia Nassi) and Owen (@owen) on the TechWell Hub (hub.techwell.com)!

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River flowing through a forest Why You Should Be Talking Less Agile and More Flow[article]

“Flow,” defined as the movement of business value from customer insight to product delivery, is a fundamental prerequisite to agile success. Surfacing and visualizing the end-to-end workflow is a foundational requirement for enabling companies to master software-based solutions at scale. To take agile forward, you first need visibility into flow through these essential metrics.

Docker logo How Docker Enables Agile Software Development[article]

Docker has revolutionized how software is packaged, distributed, and deployed, so it's easy to see why it has become the de facto containerization platform. But have you thought about how Docker actually makes software development, testing, delivery, and deployment more agile? Let's look at how Docker inherently supports several of the founding principles of agile software development.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
Agile project management team collaborating Agile Project Management: 10 Tips from the Masters[article]

In today’s fast-paced world, organizational agility is critical to business success. However, it’s common for there to be a clash between the traditional top-down business culture and the agile business philosophy. Agile project management is not just a set of processes and predetermined activities, but rather a genuine philosophy that forces organizations to embrace a brand-new mindset.

Isabell Gaylord's picture Isabell Gaylord

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