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The Agile Approach in Other Sectors Agility Beyond Software: How Agile Principles Drive Success in Other Industries[article]

The Manifesto for Agile Software Development, and the 12 Principles of Agile Software were proposed more than 20 years ago, specifically for software development. But the Agile methodologies are not limited in scope to software development—the Agile approach can be used across other sectors as well.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
Getting Started with Kubernetes Getting Started with Kubernetes[article]

Modern applications owe their smooth deployments and management to Kubernetes, a game-changer in container orchestration. Originally devised by Google and now overseen by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, it's become the go-to choice for streamlining container environments. Dive into this guide to grasp the fundamentals of Kubernetes and set up your own local development playground to unlock its potential.

James Oluwaleye's picture James Oluwaleye
CI/CD in Kubernetes with ArgoCD: A Practical Guide CI/CD in Kubernetes with ArgoCD: A Practical Guide[article]

The intersection of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD), Kubernetes, and ArgoCD are a powerful synergy that can streamline development and deployment processes. The inherent ability of Kubernetes to manage, scale, and operate application containers is substantially enhanced by CI/CD workflows, leading to a dynamic and highly efficient software development lifecycle.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan
How Cloud Computing Facilitates Agile Software Development How Cloud Computing Facilitates Agile Software Development[article]

Cloud computing provides an environment to develop software using agile methodologies and principles including simplicity, customer collaboration, and incremental development that are based on changing requirements, scalable resources, continuous delivery of working software, scrum and kanban in the cloud, the customer experience (CX) cloud, and custom software development.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
An Overview of Linux Exit Codes An Overview of Linux Exit Codes[article]

Understanding exit codes is essential for detecting errors, automating tasks, debugging issues, and facilitating inter-process communication. By mastering the key exit codes and their meanings, Linux users can effectively manage and troubleshoot their command execution and shell scripting.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan

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