Knowledge
Living our values, we obsessively share our knowledge, both internally and externally

We share knowledge in a number of ways, amongst others:

  • A, mandatory, bi-weekly XKE (Xebia Knowledge Exchange), a 5 hour gathering of all colleagues, where we share knowledge and present on technology, processes and other topics of interest
  • Our weblog
  • nlScrum, with its website and meetups

Xebia Books

The Manager's Guide to Continuous Delivery
The Manager's Guide to Continuous Delivery
Andrew Phillips, Michiel Sens, Adriaan de Jonge and Mark van Holsteijn

€ 19,99

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Agile Pocketguide
Agile Pocketguide
Jeroen Venneman, Rik de Groot and Theo Gerrits.

€ 16,50

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Commitment
Commitment
Olav Maassen

€ 23,95

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Spring Integration in Action
Spring Integration in Action
Iwein Fuld and others

€ 39,99

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Kracht van Scrum
Kracht van Scrum
Rini van Solingen & Eelco Rustenburg

€ 20,95

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Mind the Gap
Mind the Gap
Guido Schoonheim

€ 22,50

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jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile: Recipes and Examples
jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile: Recipes and Examples
Adriaan de Jonge

€ 28,56

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Power of Scrum
Power of Scrum
Jeff Sutherland

€ 13,37

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Xebia Essentials
Xebia Essentials
Various authors

€ 10,00

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Stuff we work with


Xebia Essentials

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.




Events
JAN 2015
19
Open Kitchen: Streamlining AngularJS: Solving real world problems using the frameworks power features
JAN 2015
27
Open Kitchen: The world of Containers with Continuous Delivery
JAN 2015
28
Open Kitchen: Streamlining AngularJS: Solving real world problems using the frameworks power features
Training
Jeff Sutherland
Certified Scrum Master (CSM)
Jeff Sutherland
Monday, 19 January, 2015
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Arlen Bankston
Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO)
Arlen Bankston
Wednesday, 11 March, 2015
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Tunde Balint
Cloudera Developer for Apache Hadoop
Tunde Balint
Monday, 2 February, 2015
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Swift self reference in inner closure

December 19, 2014

We all pretty much know how to safely use self within a Swift closure. But have you ever tried to use self inside a closure that's inside another closure? There is a big chance that the Swift compiler crashed (Xcode 6.1.1) without giving you an error in the editor and without any error message. So...

Agile: how hard can it be?!

December 14, 2014

Yesterday my colleagues and I ran an awesome workshop at the MIT conference in which we built a Rube Goldberg machine using Scrum and Extreme Engineering techniques. As agile coaches one would think that being an Agile team should come naturally to us, but I'd like to share our pitfalls and insights with you since "we learned a lot"...

Extreme Engineering - Building a Rube Goldberg machine with scrum

December 12, 2014

Is agile usable to do other things than software development? Well we knew that already; yes! But to create a machine in 1 day with 5 teams and continuously changing members using scrum might be exciting! See our report below (it's in Dutch for now)   Extreme engineering video    ...