Software development techniques and Agile methodologies
Software development must be structured to help a team of developers agree on the processes for developing a particular software product. A software development methodology, such as waterfall development or Agile methodologies, will include standard steps for ALM stages such as planning, implementation, testing, and documentation. Learn about various software development techniques and the Agile methodology in particular.
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2013 sweetheart AngularJS takes a back seat to Docker at Devoxx 2014
11 Nov 2014
News - While AngularJS was everyone's sweetheart at Devoxx 2013, this year at Devoxx 2014, it appears that Docker, along with all of the usual suspects, from Scala to Java 8, is the new hot topic.
From Tango to the NDK: Further exploration of the Google I/O exhibitors hall
03 Jul 2014
News - Be it previews of products like Tango which create 3D images of your surrounding, to demonstrations of the Android Native Development Kit (NDK), the 2014 Google I/O conference and exhibitors hall was full of new and interesting technology to explore.
Java development and application lifecycle management collide at JavaOne
23 Sep 2013
Conference News - There is an intersection between Java development and application lifecycle management, but at JavaOne this year, the ebb has flowed away from ALM, as the conference focuses largely on the technical side of things.
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James Gosling Unloads on Users of Java 1.4.2
11 May 2011
Video - At TheServerSide Java Symposium, James Gosling came down hard on Java 1.4.2, describing it as the bane of his existence.
Jeanne Boyarsky on the differences between Agile leaders and PMs
22 Mar 2011
Video - Jeanne Boyarsky discusses the role of the project manager, the differences between and agile leader and a project manager, and how to move into Agile development
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How realistic is your mobile testing strategy?
20 Jan 2015
Feature - Given the unpredictable nature of the way handheld devices will be used, organizations must ensure they employ a realistic mobile testing strategy, or face the reality that problems will be a reality after deployment.
Four tips to help tell if your continuous integration (CI) process is working
16 Dec 2014
Feature - Many organizations have adopted a continuous integration (CI) process. CI promises many benefits, but only if you're doing CI properly. Here are four tips to help you evaluate whether or not your continuous integration process is working.
Addressing security concerns and evolving beyond Spring with Java EE 8
05 Nov 2014
Feature - The Spring framework created a situation where the Java EE platform had plenty of catching up to do, but if Java EE 8 can plug the security holes and evolve beyond Spring, Java EE may once again become the first choice for enterprise application...
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How to ensure continuous integration leads to continuous improvement
18 Dec 2014
Tip - Many organizations employ continuous integration strategies, but beyond simplifying DevOps, CI systems should contribute to continuous improvement of software quality as well. Here are some tips on how to ensure that happens.
Behavior-driven development: Five tips for keeping BDD projects on track
09 Dec 2014
Tip - Many organizations are approaching software design in a new way, with one of the most popular being Behavior-driven development (BDD). Here are five tips to keep your BDD projects on track
How continuous integration cracks ALM processes
12 Jun 2014
Tip - Learn how the ALM process is dependent upon continually integrating and testing applications.