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Good software does not come about just like that; by mere coincidence. Inside a streamlined and well-executed software development process, there are many patterns for success. Some of them extend well beyond what is traditionally considered to be the realm of the software developer.
Inside our organization, many of these patterns were applied either consciously or subconsciously. We felt the need to bring these patterns forward from under lock and key into the clear light of day for everyone's awareness.
Organisational Inertia - A Predictor for Success of Agile Transformations? (Part 2)
In part 1 (Organisational Inertia - Part 1) I have focussed on the question: 'Organisational Inertia - What is it?’. This blog addresses the question ‘How do we measure it?’. I'll start from the definition of Organisational Inertia as defined in part 1. Then connect to existing models of Organisational Inertia and the relation to...
AngularJS e2e testing using ngMockE2E
For our project we needed a mock http backend that we could instruct to return predefined responses so we were able to e2e test our full application without having a 'real' backend. This way we do not have to account for any state in the backend and can run our tests in isolation. Requirements Reuse...
End of an era in my garage
This weekend I was forced to throw away a cardboard box. So what, I hear you think and I agree, but it being Sunday and me being in a hazy reflective Sunday afternoon state of mind (nono, no alcohol yet) and the box being the specific cardboard box it is (or rather was), I started...