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21 May 2015

Behind the Scene: Discovering Change (#10)

Arguably, the most important aspect of agile is change. Indeed, agility can be understood as moving from one way of work to another. From doing something […]
2 April 2015

Behind the Scene: The Right Tool for the Job – Multiple Language Development (#9)

In our previous blog post we have seen how each language in a multiple language development environment has its own culture and how this culture can […]
11 March 2015

Behind the Scene: Polyglot Programmer – Multiple Language Development (#8)

Most frequently, programming languages are compared to one of two things: spoken languages or professional tools. Today we will analyze the former, and make an analogy […]
21 February 2015

Behind the Scene: Agile by Responding to Change (#7)

The forth principle of the Agile Manifesto tells us that we should value “Responding to change over following a plan”. This seems pretty strait forward, right? […]
18 February 2015

Behind the Scene: The Art of Programming (#6)

Programming is many times referred to as an art form. While I do not completely share this vision, I can’t help but recognize an important aspect […]
12 February 2015

Behind the Scene: Double Vision – Pair Programming (#5)

Two pair of eyes are always better than one; or so the saying goes. That being said, this post will discuss pair programming, which is still […]
3 February 2015

Behind the Scene: Techno Agile (#4)

In our Agile Experience Report published on the Agile Alliance website I explained in detail how we learned to continuously adapt to new situations and learn […]
29 January 2015

Behind the Scene: Culture Shock (#3)

Being part of a long lasting cultural change process in a company has its advantages and disadvantages. As a company and as a team we started […]
20 January 2015

Behind the Scene: We Are Not Prodigies (#2)

In the local and national software community, Storage OS and Syneto have a reputation of excellence in applying agile techniques. At various community events, I am […]