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Agile

WHY SAFe?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Scrum works best with small teams that aim to deliver software which is prioritised by the team backlog. It uses the iterative models with sprints by having the highest priority items implemented first in time boxed iterations. When it comes to large organisations, the Scaled Agile Framework is a way forward. The fundamental principal of SAFe helps in collaboration, seamless communication and delivering the highest Continue Reading

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TDD: What & How?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Programming is like exploring a dark house. You go from room to room to room. Writing the test is like turning on the light. Then you can avoid the table, furniture and save your shins i.e resulting clean design from refactoring. Then you are ready to explore the next room. There is famous saying in software development that If it isn’t tested, it’s already broken. Continue Reading

We do continous retro, do you?

Reading Time: 3 minutes If you are reading this blog right now you are already following scrum or trying to follow Scrum. Well, scrum has a lot of good practices which can surely make your project a success. Following it right is what most people get stuck on. One of its ceremonies is called retrospective which is quite important, inevitable in fact, but still many don’t do it. Leaving Continue Reading

Jmeter-Handle Hyperlink in jmeter

Reading Time: 2 minutes We already know how to Jmeter works but some time we face the problem how to use Regular expression.So this time i just explained how to handle hyperlink in a webpage using regular expression. Suppose we have a scenarios like we have to check all the links in a website using jmeter and also we want to know the loading time of all the links Continue Reading

Fundamentals of eXtreme Programming

Reading Time: < 1 minute The term Extreme Programming (XP) was coined by Kent Beck, in late 1990s.  The purpose behind inventing XP was to find a way to deliver high quality software, developed by small teams, and to keep up with the changing requirements of customer. Although, XP is more than a decade old now, it is still being practiced by a lot of developers around the world. The following slide deck and Continue Reading

Conditional logging with Logback in Scala

Reading Time: < 1 minute Hello Folks In my project , i got a scenario where I wanted conditional logging. I was using Logback framework for the same. I wanted to set different logging level for staging and production. Either i could do manually changes in logback.xml for logging level for staging and production both. But this is not the good practice. Then I found the solution of implementing the Continue Reading

Remote profiling using SSH Port Forwarding (SSH Tunneling) on Linux

Reading Time: < 1 minute In this blog post I’ll lay out few steps that are needed for remote profiling using SSH Port Forwarding (SSH Tunneling) using Yourkit profiler.   Steps to be followed on remote machine: 1) Download Yourkit profiler from official Yourkit website. 2) Extract the downloaded file anywhere. 3) What we need to do now is find the file named libyjpagent.so in the extracted folder corresponding to Continue Reading

Manager! Leave the team alone!

Reading Time: 3 minutes The following post is from our guest editor Srinivas Chillara. Srinivas is a Scrum coach and co-author of “Essentials of Scrum practice“- a mini-book currently in advanced draft stage. We don’t need no disruption We don’t need no time control No breathing down the neck in the server room Manager, leave the team alone. What do we do if a senior manager is asking for a ‘resource’ from Continue Reading

Commitment Under Pressure

Reading Time: 3 minutes The following post is from our guest editor Srinivas Chillara. Srinivas is a Scrum coach and co-author of “Essentials of Scrum practice“- a mini-book currently in advanced draft stage. This is an extract from the book. The hidden hobbler of Scrum teams: Pressure One common problem Scrum teams face is in the difficulty of meeting their sprint goals, followed by increasing pressure, which is never-ending. Continue Reading

Successful! First CSM Training in New Delhi

Reading Time: 2 minutes The weather was perfect, the venue was perfect, the trainer was perfect and so were the participants. The First CSM training conducted by Inphina and Zilverline in the heart of New Delhi was a success! It was two days of interactive sessions, fun games and learning which kept the participants engaged and motivated. The great part about the training was that majority of the participants Continue Reading

Role of an Agile Architect

Reading Time: 8 minutes This post is a reproduction of my article which has been published on Agile Journal by the name The Shiny New Agile Architect. You can download the pdf here. Recently there has been a lot of talk on whether we need an Architect on agile teams or not. There have been never-ending discussions on various forums both inside organizations and out in the public questioning Continue Reading

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