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5 Types of Dependencies Slowing You Down (and How to Fix Them) 5 Types of Dependencies Slowing You Down (and How to Fix Them)

Agile teams aim for autonomy to deliver end-to-end solutions quickly. However, most organizations rely on interdependent teams, creating delays and bottlenecks. This article explores five types of dependencies: chain, stack, shared people, shared resources, and shared codebase. Each dependency type comes with its own challenges that impact delivery speed and quality.

Derk-Jan de Grood's picture Derk-Jan de Grood
Balancing Speed with User Needs: User-Centric Agile Development Balancing Speed with User Needs: How to Avoid Sacrificing Good UX in Agile Projects

User-Centric Agile Development integrates UX research and design into the agile process to ensure user needs are met throughout development. This article debunks myths about UX in agile and outlines strategies for achieving a balance between speed and user-centered design, emphasizing the importance of communication, user-value focus, and continuous improvement. 

Osemudiamen Ineomon's picture Osemudiamen Ineomon
CI/CD in Kubernetes with ArgoCD: A Practical Guide CI/CD in Kubernetes with ArgoCD: A Practical Guide

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

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

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
Continuous Delivery in Agile: Trends and Insights for 2023 and Beyond Continuous Delivery in Agile: Trends and Insights

Continuous delivery (CD) and agile development are practices that complement each other well, with CD providing a set of techniques that can help make agile implementations more successful. As continuous delivery practices evolve, several trends have emerged, shaping the future of agile development. These trends assist organizations in improving their software quality and speeding up the delivery process.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan
An Agile Approach to Developing a New Software Version

Every software typically develops a new version periodically. Creating a new software version is an involved process, and in this article, we will explore how it can be made Agile.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
What Makes Apache Kafka Suitable for Agile Development What Makes Apache Kafka Suitable for Agile Development

The Agile Manifesto establishes 12 principles for Agile software development. Most software that has a dependency on another software inherits its Agile features—and in this article, we will explore what makes Apache Kafka suitable for Agile software development.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
Exploratory Testing: Why Is It Not Ideal for Agile Projects? Exploratory Testing: Why Is It Not Ideal for Agile Projects?

As the Agile environment has efficient principles that allow quick responses to changes and the ability to deal with uncertainty, exploratory testing may seem like a perfect match for such projects. However, this is only partially true. In reality, diverse reasons impede its usage in Agile projects, and companies should take them into account before designing QA strategies.

Vitaly  Prus's picture Vitaly Prus
What Makes Apache Hadoop Agile What Makes Apache Hadoop Agile

Agile software development emphasizes continuous delivery of valuable software, simplicity, working software, customer collaboration, responding to change, and welcoming changing requirements. In this article, we shall discuss how Apache Hadoop (one of the top open-source projects)-based software fulfills Agile software development principles.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra

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