Posts in process Category

Open Source + Buy + Build

JP is one of my favorite bloggers, he has the ability to gain insight into use of technology, and explain the problems, solutions and trends without getting technical. He rightly says that open source is an additional option today for building software solutions. Quite true, and this is something I have been pondering over for some time now in relation to my own process. [Continue]

Continuous Integration

Software projects vary widely in the scale – right from single-manned projects to the ones with hundreds of members working away at their keyboards across multiple shifts. The biggest thing that is affected by this is the management of source code. The unique thing about the source code is that it is just a single entity which can be built in the end, though it is worked upon by many. [Continue]

On Agile

JP has put up a nice perception of agile – The destination not the route: A sideways look at agile. He very rightly demonstrates situations when agile is and is not applicable. There were some recent views on agility, mostly affected by its tooling up or materializing. [Continue]



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