This week we dive into evolutionary architecture. Support constant change The first principle of evolutionary architecture is to enable incremental change in an architecture over time.
The NFJS tour series has supported Nuru International for many years. This week I sit down with founder Jake Harriman and talk about his journey to start Nuru, what they’re Continue Reading →
The title of “Software Architect” is often an ill-defined role. In the pursuit of a software architect role many critical facets of the skillset are frequently overlooked. It is also Continue Reading →
This week I sit down with Ken Kousen (Kousen IT, Groovy Podcast) and Jeff Brown (OCI) and we talk about what’s new in the world of Groovy, Grails as well Continue Reading →
Continuing my discussion on all things Agile with John Borys, in this episode we talk about QA, the oft-overlooked and frequently maligned aspect of the agile process.
The agile manifesto was written 15 years ago and many agree the principles reflect the true nature of software development. Despite that, we continue to face challenges in making and Continue Reading →
At AngularSummit West, I sat down with Daniel Zen of Zen DigitalÂ and talked about all things Angular2. Specifially what are some of the considerations for making the switch or beginning Continue Reading →
This week we sit down with Janelle Klein, Â author of the book, Idea Flow: How to Measure the PAIN in Software Development (leanpub.com/ideaflow), and founder of Open Mastery, an industry Continue Reading →
Reflecting on UberConf 2016, we diveÂ deep into technology thinking critically about all the implications-both good and bad-of our ever evolving world. A great (and somewhat longer) philosophical discussion with NFJS Continue Reading →
We sat down with Jay Zimmerman, creator of the NoFluffJustStuff JVM & Java Conference series. We talked a lot about his philosophy; specifically what prompted Jay to create this Java Continue Reading →