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  1. Agile & Scrum - What Doesn’t Work | Allen Holub In The Engineering Room Ep. 9

    Allen Holub is a computer scientist, author, educator, and consultant. He has written extensively on the C, C++, and Java programming languages, and on object-oriented programming in general. Allen is well known for his uncompromising view of agile adoption and in particular the assumption that Scrum is the only agile approach. In the past he has said “Jira is the work of the devil” and “Agile has become a priesthood”. Allen is engagingly forthright in his views.

    In this episode of The Engineering Room, Dave Farley discusses with Allen the prevailing culture, and often anti-patterns, that lead to problems in agile adoption, and between them, they explore some of the ideas that really matter in becoming genuinely agile, as a practical way to more effective software development.


    🙏The Engineering Room series is SPONSORED BY EQUAL EXPERTS

    Equal Experts is a product software development consultancy with a network of over 1,000 experienced technology consultants globally. They increase the pace of innovation by using modern software engineering practices that embrace Continuous Delivery, Security, and Operability from the outset ➡️ https://bit.ly/3ASy8n0


    Also from Dave:

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  2. Event-Based Architectures: the Hard Parts

    Level-up on the software skills most in-demand at QCon San Francisco Software Development Conference on Oct 24-28, 2022.

    Uncover emerging software trends and practices to solve your complex engineering challenges, without the product pitches. QCon San Francisco brings together the world’s most innovative senior software engineers, architects and team leads across multiple domains to share their real-world implementation of emerging trends and practices.

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    Raymond Roestenburg and Sergey Bykov discuss event-driven architectures and some of the challenges they present.

    This presentation was recorded at QCon Plus November 2021: https://plus.qconferences.com/

    #EventDrivenArchitecture #SoftwareArchitecture #QConPlus

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  3. How To Measure Software Delivery Using DORA Metrics

    If we want to do a better job of software development, we need some way to define what “better” means. The DORA metrics give us that. So what are the DORA metrics and how should we use them? They provide measures that evaluate the quality of our work and the efficiency with which we do work of that quality. So good scores on these metrics mean that we build better software faster.

    In this episode, Dave Farley, author of "Continuous Delivery” and “Modern Software Engineering” describes how we can apply these measurements to drive software development to deliver on this state-of-the-art approach, but also explores a few of the common mistakes that can trip us up along the way. DORA stands for DevOps Research & Assessment and is now a group at Google focused on measuring SW dev performance using scientifically justifiable research and analysis techniques.

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  4. An Inside Look At eBay’s Software Practices

    eBay are one of the big famous web companies, but in their own words, they lag behind leaders in the industry in their software engineering approach. In recent years they have started work on changing that and moving to a Continuous Delivery approach. So what is working at eBay like? What do DevOps and Continuous Delivery look like at eBay scale? This episode is an inside look into software development at eBay, and the changes, and improvements, that the “Velocity Program” has made. How do you move a legacy organisation and system, that wasn’t designed with Continuous Delivery in mind, to a modern CD-focused org?

    In this episode, Dave Farley, author of Continuous Delivery, CD Pipelines and Modern Software Engineering, explores the changes that eBay have made, their impact, and what they have learned from the experience so far.

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  5. Observability Engineering • Charity Majors, Liz Fong-Jones & George Miranda • GOTO 2022

    This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. #GOTOcon #GOTObookclub http://gotopia.tech/bookclub

    Charity Majors - Co- Author of Observability Engineering and CTO at Honeycomb Liz Fong-Jones - Co- Author of Observability Engineering an Principal Developer Advocate for SRE & Observability at Honeycomb @Liz Fong-Jones George Miranda - Co- Author of Observability Engineering and Head of Ecosystems & Partnerships at Honeycomb

    DESCRIPTION Observability is crucial for developing and understanding the software that powers today’s complex systems. Charity Majors, Liz Fong-Jones, and George Miranda, authors of “Observability Engineering” show you how to manage software at scale, deliver complex cloud native applications and systems, and the benefit observability has across the entire software development lifecycle. You’ll also learn the impact observability has on organizational culture (and vice versa).

    The interview is based on Charity’s, Liz’ and Goerge’s book "Observability Engineering": https://amzn.to/38scbma

    TIMECODES 00:00 Intro 03:30 The Evolution of observability engineering 09:12 Monitoring vs observability 18:05 Cardinality 24:02 Definition of observability engineering 29:50 Case study: Slack 35:05 How does observability relate to DevOps, SRE & cloud-native? 42:10 Main …

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  6. Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook • Mike Amundsen & Alianna Inzana • GOTO 2022

    This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. #GOTOcon #GOTObookclub http://gotopia.tech/bookclub

    Mike Amundsen - Author of "Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook" and (Co-)Author of Many More Books; @Mike Amundsen Alianna Inzana - Vice President of Product at WeTransfer

    DESCRIPTION The API ecosystem is evolving and the focus is changing from “how to design them” to “how to implement them”. Mike Amundsen, author of "Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook", and Alianna Inzana, VP of Product at WeTransfer, cover the recent changes while also touching on broader subjects like evolvable architectures. Join them in this conversation around restful web API.

    The interview is based on Mike’s book "Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook": https://amzn.to/3QHTht1

    TIMECODES 00:00 Intro 00:59 The shift from design to implementation 03:51 Recipes & HTTP: from endpoints to behavior 10:47 The biggest challenge in building and evolving REST services 18:39 Collaboration and risk 22:40 API security 29:17 The need for evolvable architecture 36:00 Is API tooling lagging behind developers’ needs? 43:28 What has the book taught you? 46:26 Outro

    Read the full transcription of the interview here: https://gotopia.tech/bookclub/episodes/restful-web-api-patterns-and-practices-…

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  7. Driving Innovation with Kubernetes & Java • Ana-Maria Mihalceanu & Eric Johnson • GOTO 2022

    This interview was recorded at GOTO Amsterdam 2022 for GOTO Unscripted. #GOTOcon #GOTOunscripted #GOTOams https://gotopia.tech

    Read the full transcription of this interview here: https://gotopia.tech/articles/driving-innovation-in-kubernetes-and-java

    Ana-Maria Mihalceanu - Developer Advocate at Red Hat & Java Champion Eric Johnson - Principal Developer Advocate for Serverless at AWS

    DESCRIPTION Technology can advance faster if we share our knowledge. That’s the mission of a developer advocate. Ana-Maria Mihalceanu, developer advocate at Red Hat, talked to Eric Johnson, principal developer advocate at AWS, about her passion for learning, sharing knowledge, Java and Kubernetes. Discover what a Kubernetes operator is and when to use it vs Terraform.

    TIMECODES 00:00 Intro 00:45 Why Java? 03:08 Why did you choose to be a developer advocate? 07:32 Innovation through knowledge sharing 13:30 What is a Kubernetes operator? 20:35 Kubernetes operators vs Terraform 22:16 Incorporating customer feedback via DevRel 26:05 Pursuing a DevRel role 30:30 Outro

    RECOMMENDED BOOKS Brendan Burns, Joe Beda & Kelsey Hightower • Kubernetes: Up and Running • https://amzn.to/3wrtwlp Markus Eisele & Natale Vinto • Modernizing Enterprise Java • https://amzn.to/3EsEtZ3 Kevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Th…

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  8. 20 Years of Agile: Will Mindful Become the New Agile? • Markus Wittwer • GOTO 2021

    This presentation was recorded at GOTO Copenhagen 2021. #GOTOcon #GOTOcph http://gotocph.com

    Markus Wittwer - Agile Coach with 15+ Years Experience & Certified Mindfulness Trainer

    ABSTRACT Agile is the organization’s answer to complexity, mindfulness is your personal answer! Agile is a huge success story. Originating in IT, agile has now become a movement that is transforming entire organizations. Mindfulness will have a similar impact on the way we work in the coming years. In recent years, a modern mindfulness practice has emerged that allows you to train exactly the individual skills it takes to work well and live contently in a complex environment. […]

    TIMECODES 00:00 Intro 01:26 Agenda 01:53 What is mindfulness? 12:23 The huge success of agile 16:31 3 reasons why mindfulness will be similarly successful 43:35 What now? 47:31 Outro

    Download slides and read the full abstract here: https://gotocph.com/2021/sessions/1946/after-20-years-of-agile-will-mindful-become-the-new-agile

    RECOMMENDED BOOKS Aino Vonge Corry • Retrospectives Antipatterns • https://amzn.to/3naFk84 Matthew Skelton & Manuel Pais • Team Topologies • http://amzn.to/3sVLyLQ Lee, Wickens, Liu & Boyle • Designing for People • https://amzn.to/313ovpi Stone, Chaparro, Keebler, Chaparro & McConnell • Introduction to…

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  9. Microsoft’s 3 Biggest Mistakes | Gaming Historian

    Microsoft entered the video game console business in 2001 with the Xbox. Today, they are still a major player in the industry. But it hasn’t exactly been a smooth journey. Here are three of their biggest blunders (so far).

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    For a list of sources, visit https://www.thegaminghistorian.com

    00:00 - Introduction 02:02 - Games for Windows LIVE 11:58 - The Xbox One Announcement 18:35 - The Xbox 360 ‘Red Ring of Death’

    #GamingHistorian #3BiggestMistakes #Microsoft

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  10. The Value Of Big Data Engineering | Jesse Anderson In The Engineering Room Ep. 8

    In this episode of the “Engineering Room” Dave Farley talks to Jesse Anderson about Big Data and Data Engineering exploring what it takes to implement effective big data solutions and explore what data engineering is and why it matters.

    Jesse Anderson is a Data Engineer, author and trainer who runs a company called the Big Data Institute where he helps companies all over the world with their Big Data problems.

    His company also runs training courses to help people to learn, and extend their skills in Data engineering and data science, targeted at helping software engineers to understand and use big data more effectively.

    The Engineering Room is a monthly series of longer-form conversations with industry experts and thought-leaders from the world of software.


    🙏The Engineering Room series is SPONSORED BY EQUAL EXPERTS

    Equal Experts is a product software development consultancy with a network of over 1,000 experienced technology consultants globally. They increase the pace of innovation by using modern software engineering practices that embrace Continuous Delivery, Security, and Operability from the outset ➡️ https://bit.ly/3ASy8n0


    ➡️ Links

    Jesse Anderson’s Blog Site: htt…

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