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  1. Why Hasn’t TDD Taken Over The World?

    Test Driven Development is one of those practices that divides people. Some people believe it represents a step change in the effectiveness of the development process and in the quality of the software that we produce. But if that is the case why doesn't every development team have TDD at the core of its development approach?

    In this episode Dave Farley author of best selling books "Continuous Delivery" and "Modern Software Engineering" and long time TDD advocate describes the 10 most common reasons that people say that adopting TDD is difficult and gives his views on each.

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    🖇 LINKS

    🔗 "Bernard's Article - 10 Doubts About The World’s Best Design Technique: TDD": https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/10-doubts-worlds-best-design-technique-tdd-bernard-mccarty-iswce

    🔗 "Unit Testing Is The BARE MINIMUM": https://youtu.be/h-4i5N89TUI?si=Yj_WeYklyPEeZeZd

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    🎓 FREE TDD TUTORIAL:

    Explore what it takes to get started, and how to learn these skills, with a hands-on demonstration of TDD. Study alongside me FOR FREE HERE ➡️ https://courses.cd.training/courses/tdd-tutorial

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  2. Understanding CI/CD: For PMs, POs, and Executives

    Why does it take some software teams months to deliver value to customers while others deliver value many times per day?

    What could it mean for customer happiness, the quality of your offering, and the success of your organization, if you actually practiced Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD)?

    Do only big, famous, brand-named companies practice CI/CD?

    And finally, what does it mean to be “always shipping?”

    Join Perry Reid, Brett Schuchert, and Mike Rieser as they explain CI/CD for product managers, product owners, and executives.

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  3. John Frusciante of the Red Hot Chili Peppers Returns, Part 1 | Broken Record (Hosted by Rick Rubin)

    Today we’re sharing one of the most intimate conversations Rick Rubin has ever had on Broken Record. It’s with the famed guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante.

    Rick Rubin last spoke to John back in April when the Chili Peppers were getting ready to release their album, Unlimited Love, their first record with Frusciante in 16 years. Unlimited Love debuted at number one in the U.S. and 15 other countries. Today, just a little more than six months later, the Chili Peppers released a second Rick Rubin-produced album, Return Of The Dream Canteen.

    On today’s episode we’ll hear John Frusciante talk about the band’s early music, including the making of Blood Sugar Sex Magik. They talk about how his contributions on slower, more melodic songs like “Under The Bridge” and “Breaking The Girl” helped expand the Chili Peppers funk punk sound. John also talks candidly about the dark, drug-addicted years that followed the intense success of Blood Sugar. And he explains how he was able to finally get sober and rejoin the Chili Peppers to record their classic, commercial comeback album, Californication.

    Subscribe 🎧 https://bit.ly/3EamIjM

    #redhotchilipeppers #johnfrusciante #rickrubin #podcast #brokenrecord #rhcp #interview

    ABOUT BROKEN RECORD For generations of music lovers, th…

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  4. How We Evaluate Progress Using Science-Backed Accelerate Capabilities

    When Mike Rieser once considered how to evaluate a client’s progress, he found an answer in "Accelerate: The Science of Lean Software and DevOps" by Dr. Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble, and Gene Kim.

    Accelerate features 24, scientifically backed behaviors for evaluating software delivery performance.

    Mike used these 24 capabilities to evaluate and improve his client’s delivery, architecture, product, process, monitoring and cultural behaviors.

    Today, Mike and fellow Industrial Logic colleagues have streamlined how we evaluate software team progress using Accelerate’s scientifically-backed behaviors.

    To learn more, come listen to Mike Rieser and Perry Reid, in this Live, FREE event, Thursday, November 2nd, at 9am PST.

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  5. Designing Creativity of the Future with Brooke Hopper | Femme Futurists Society

    Episode #30: In our Femme Futurists series with extraordinary women, we explore the role of new technologies in creativity with Brooke Hopper. Brooke Hopper is Principal Designer for Machine Intelligence and Emerging Technologies at Adobe, working to deepen and enhance the creative process and allow all humans to more fully realize their creative visions.

    Listen to Our Previous Conversations: 🎧 Apple: shorturl.at/zABLN 🎧 Spotify: shorturl.at/cACDX

    Learn more about Femme Futurists Society at FemmeFuturists.com Learn more about Brooke at linkedin.com/in/brookefrancesi/

    Music from Uppbeat: uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/transcend License code: D5M95QR3OT6UNHQY

    All opinions are Brooke's own and do not reflect Adobe

    #generativeai #femmefuturists #futureofdesign

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  6. A Daily Practice of Empirical Software Design - Kent Beck - DDD Europe 2023

    Domain-Driven Design Europe 2023 http://dddeurope.com - https://twitter.com/ddd_eu - https://newsletter.dddeurope.com/ https://linkedin.com/company/domain-driven-design-europe Organised by Aardling (https://aardling.eu/)

    The economic rationale for software design is increased revenue & decreased cost. The relationship rationale for software design is to encourage trust through a steady delivery of value. The humane rationale for software design is to care for & encourage the growth of the geeks working on the software &, by extension, care for & encourage the growth of those affected by geeky decisions.

    A short list of principles & observations serves to explain why satisfying all these rationales is difficult—coupling & cohesion, time value versus optionality, power laws. The same list suggests a way forward for software designers in a complicated, conflicted, uncertain, & deeply human world—large changes in small, safe steps.

    We'll start with a 10x/day situation—you need to change some messy code. Do you tidy first? (Spoiler: likely yes, only as much as you need for now.)

    About Kent Beck: Kent consistently challenges software engineering dogma, promoting ideas like patterns, test-driven development, and Extreme Programming. Currently affiliated with Three Rivers Institute and Gusto, he is the…

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  7. Sensemaking: using conversations to make a difference every day | Alan Arnett | TEDxSquareMile

    Alan explores how our natural tendency to make sense of the world through past experience can hold us back, and shows how, when we want to move things forward, three questions can make a big difference to how we make progress and engage more people. After training originally as an engineer/designer, Alan got curious about how we humans think and make the choices we do. He built his career designing new ways for people to tackle the challenges created by our messy and rapidly changing world. These include the external challenges of digital business, innovation, change and collaboration, and the personal challenges of becoming more resilient, resourceful and creative. Alan has worked directly for Ford, PwC, BP and AXA XL, and now works as a coach and thinking partner, helping people make practical sense of work and leadership for our digital age. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  8. Tool - Q&A with Adam Jones (2014)

    Tool. Q&A with Adam Jones. 2014.

    Back in March, during Tool's 2014 tour, Adam Jones held meet & greets/Q&As with fans before soundcheck in which he talked about the band's history, played guitar and took questions. This is a fan's recording of the San Francisco session (Day 2).

    http://www.puscifer.com http://www.toolband.com

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  9. Laloux Culture Model (2022 Update) - Humanizing Work

    It helped me understand that a lot of the conflicts that I noticed in organizations, in politics, and even in individual relationships were not so much about the thing that people were arguing about as it was about a core difference in their values. It’s been 8 years since Peter created an animated illustration of […]

    https://www.humanizingwork.com/laloux-model-2022update/

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  10. Special Guest: Adam Whaley

    Adam is a software developer and coach with over 10 years’ experience in the software industry. During this time, his focus has been helping companies utilize an Agile mindset, apply lean principles and mindfulness. Adam is passionate about helping people solve problems, focusing on continuous improvement, and becoming a great team player.

    Adam has helped numerous companies in industries such as finance, medical, retail, and government. At a government agency, Adam helped their IT department deliver value more frequently by implementing continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD). The department quickly went from 1-2 releases a year to 1-2 releases a month. Along with this, he was able to help the development team learn software craftsmanship practices such as pair programming, ensemble/mob programming, and Test Driven Development (TDD) . These practices enabled the team to deliver a project with zero defects, a month earlier than previously estimated. He was also able to work with their product owners to understand and communicate value better. This resulted in another project getting completed quickly, thus saving the organization roughly $3 million per year.

    Adam lives in Farmington, MO with his wife and daughter and holds a Bachelors in Computer Science from Missouri University of Sc…

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