by Trevor Burnham
by Jared Richardson
Today’s software shops are often run like WWI military operations. It’s time to get out of the trenches.
by Brian Tarbox
When everything is crashing down around you, sometimes the best thing you can do is to let it crash.
by Jeff Langr, Tim Ottinger
Jeff and Tim take a break from their recent articles on agile practices to reflect on their personal experiences with agile practices, and specifically extreme programming (XP).
by Dan Wohlbruck
How a hand-written document composed on a train ride drove computer architecture for half a century.
by Michael Swaine
On CoffeeScript, the illuminating power of a good metaphor, and a Sudoku solution.
The CoffeeScript controversy, Arduino feedback, misunderstanding the boiling frog metaphor, and other twittery.
by Andy Hunt
A truly agile project team lives on the edge of chaos.
by Jonathan Rasmusson
Imagining all the ways the system could fail can blind you to seeing how to make it succeed. Never be afraid to ask, “What if it just worked?”
Author sightings, upcoming conferences, and all the coverage of the royal wedding that you will ever need.
by John Shade
John casts a jaundiced eye at the recent storm in the realm of cloud computing and introduces a bovine metaphor.