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Neal Ford Evolve Your Software Architecture to Adapt to Changes: An Interview with Neal Ford[interview]
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In this interview, Neal Ford, a director and software architect at ThoughtWorks, explains why software architecture has traditionally been so difficult to change later on in the process and how you can adapt your modern architecture to be much more evolvable.

Josiah Renaudin's picture Josiah Renaudin
managing risk Managing Risk in an Agile World[magazine]

Most software projects take great pains to identify and mitigate risks. Traditional risk analysis techniques can be subjective, time-consuming, and complicated. All it takes is a simple spreadsheet.

Jeremy Jarrell's picture Jeremy Jarrell
Back to basics Back to Basics: Use the Heart of Agile to Frame Your Agile Adoption[article]

Somewhere along the way, agile implementations have gotten overblown and unwieldy. Managers and leaders look at all the models and frameworks and think agile adoption is too confusing or not worth the effort. To communicate what agile truly means, we have to simplify the message by getting to the heart of agile: collaborate, deliver, reflect, and improve.

Phil Gadzinski's picture Phil Gadzinski
Bob Galen Trust Your Testing Team and Stop Leading from the Front: An Interview with Bob Galen[interview]

In this interview, Bob Galen, an agile methodologist, practitioner, and coach, explains why you shouldn't lead your testing team from the front. He details how agile has changed the dynamics of a testing team and how you can lead both developers and testers by example.

Josiah Renaudin's picture Josiah Renaudin
Reshaping Agile Transformation Reshaping Our View of Agile Transformation[magazine]

Transforming a software development team to agile may not go as planned. The real change requires a phased approach to earn agile acceptance. That mindset must extend beyond the team to the entire organization.

Jason Little's picture Jason Little

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