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Agile DevOps Integrate Security into DevOps
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Software security often evokes negative feelings among software developers because it is associated with additional programming effort, uncertainty, and road-blocking activity on a fast release cycle. Secure software developers must follow a number of guidelines that, while intended to...

Hasan Yasar
Agile DevOps Happy and Productive Teams: A Divine Saga
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Matti Klasson believes we live in a world where our social networks and relations are becoming more important in everything we do—and this is reflected in our work environment. Social relations and networks within the organization will supersede traditional hierarchical structures.

Matti Klasson
Agile DevOps Conference Transitioning to Agile Leadership
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The key to helping your teams transform and be successful in an agile world is to know what skills you need to be effective—and in turn, help your team navigate change. Jennifer Bonine focuses on providing a toolkit for agile leadership. Explore your level of acceptance of change, how...

Jennifer Bonine
Agile DevOps Experience Agile Emergence through Sketch Comedy
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“The best architectures, requirements, and designs emerge from self-organizing teams.” Most people read this principle from the Agile Manifesto and focus on the self-organization element. What about the concept of emergence? Exactly how do requirements and designs emerge? And how do...

John Krewson
Agile DevOps Agile Leadership Strategies: Winning the War on Complexity
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Development teams are at war with complexity. A solo programmer's craft is difficult enough, but team development adds more volatility and ambiguity—what the U.S. military calls “the fog of war.” Derek Wade’s background in cognitive science has shown him that humans have innate skills at...

Derek W. Wade
Agile DevOps Metrics to Assess Risk in DevOps
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As software development becomes more value-focused, the need for a fluid production process emerges. That process is DevOps. However, when the number of release cycles rises, so does the risk of disruptive code entering the system and eroding the value that development creates. 

Bill Dickenson
Agile DevOps The Future of Scrum
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In the past two decades, Scrum has become the standard for agile development, with more than 90 percent of teams today using Scrum to deliver working software. But, as Scrum starts into its third decade, it’s not the fresh-faced process framework that came into the world in the summer...

Dave West
Agile DevOps Adapting Your Organization and Teams for Agile
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As more and more companies and teams transform to agile, the challenges become more diverse and affect how teams execute and the personal careers/ambitions of team members. Agile transformation poses challenges that span product architectures, products modularization, execution velocity...

Nir Szilagyi
Agile DevOps Software Craftsmanship in an Agile Environment
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In the past two decades agile has become the popular development methodology. Businesses have been rushing to adopt agile processes because it promises to save money and deliver working software more quickly. However, for many businesses, software quality has not improved—and...

Chris McKenzie
Agile DevOps Guiding Cultural Adoption of Agile at Scale
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Many approaches to implementing agile focus primarily on the adoption of common practices at the team level. While this focus on practices is important, recognizing that agile is a set of overarching values and principles is also important. Adopting agile “at scale” in organizations often...

Ebenezer Ikonne

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