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The need for a Developer Experience Strategy stems from the increasingly important role of software in the company’s business. To meet the fast‑changing market and ever‑more demanding customers, companies should rely on high‑quality, scalable, secure and resilient software. Such software is the key determinant that separates successful agile organizations from those struggling to maintain a proper …

Invest time in training, incorporate agile into individual interactions, and write modular code designed for flexibility. Agile is a tried and true discipline used by software development teams worldwide with great success. In my previous article, I listed mistakes I’ve made in the past so you don’t have to make them yourself. My teams and I have used …

More and more companies are adopting the Agile approach and DevOps paradigm to accelerate and improve their software development. Even though some software lifecycle processes have been simplified and speeded up, companies need new tools and technologies in order to put DevOps methodologies into practice – such as task managers, automated pipelines, and testing systems. As the number of …

Synthetic data, NFTs, composable business and agile development — and customer breakups — are among the top strategic predictions for 2022 and beyond. It’s time to break up with your bad customers. Organizations often try to keep customers at any cost — even when they aren’t a perfect fit. But trying to cater your product …

Since their inception in 2001, agile practices have radically evolved. It was first about shifting from the waterfall model of software development to focusing on iterative development using Scrum, XP, and other methodologies, thereby removing many bottlenecks organizations had with faster software delivery. Agile is now about optimizing operations within the development process, using different …

At UBS, Agile and DevOps are crucial for constantly developing, testing and deploying digital solutions, with speed and while they are running, to offer best in class experiences for clients. Mike Dargan, Head of UBS Group Technology: “Agile and DevOps, in conjunction with our cloud journey, are the way to offer even more dynamic, higher quality, …

Agile teams are designed to respond to change. But even for the most seasoned agile teams, responding to the changes brought about by COVID-19 was a pretty tall order. This is the story of how one agile team responded to the abrupt transition to remote work without missing a beat, and without losing its sense …

Agile and DevOps have many differences, yet they both seek to address complexity, improve quality, and innovate around software design. The topic of DevOps vs. Agile is almost like debating iPhone vs. Android—everyone has an opinion, and emotions can become heated, especially if people disagree. After writing DevOps v. Agile: What’s the difference? and reading the comments …

Customer experience has never been more important. People can find out just about anything with a few clicks or a voice search on their phones. They can research products, services, and companies. They can do business with organizations all over the world. They can buy with a swipe and have things shipped right to their home …

With a focus on continuous improvements, agile project management upends the traditional linear way of developing products and services. Increasingly, organizations are adopting agile project management because it utilizes a series of shorter development cycles to deliver features and improve continually. This management style allows for rapid development, continuous integration (CI), and continuous delivery (CD). …