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 Posted by on May 22, 2017
May 222017
 

Do you want to contribute to agile-code.com?   Effective immediately your guest post will be accepted. Submit your guest-post today! Content agile-code.com accepts guest post which must be on any of the following topics: Agile Methodologies Programming (no language preference). Test Driven Development (TDD). Domain Driven Design. Databases (Relational, NoSQL). Distributed computing (Web Services, SOA, REST, …). Software Design Patterns. Software Architecture. Your post cannot be [… read more]

Aug 072017
 

Over the past years, hundreds of programming languages have come available. And, with the tech revolution and constant advances it won’t slow down. To be honest now there is more supply than demand in terms of software development. Currently, almost every company needs a solid website or a mobile app. There are a lot of software developers, but not all of them are good or [… read more]

Jul 102017
 

Recently I had a pleasure to provide a short interview to Syncfusion about the newly published “MongoDB 3 Succinctly” book. Original (entire) blog post can be found here and the free e-book can be downloaded directly from the Syncfusion web-site. What should people know about MongoDB? Why is it important? MongoDB is an open-source document database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling. This short [… read more]

Jul 102017
 

For the last year, Agile continues staying as a “hot trend” that gathering pace and we can already easily talk about Agile that is implemented not only in a software development, but in all departments of absolutely different companies that follow the latest progress and resources to be on top; that’s why today’s article will be dedicated to the hottest and top agile methodologies that [… read more]

Jun 262017
 

  Agile project management, agile software development, agile methodology, agile transformation, agile adoption – all these words are buzzwords! Now regardless of the industry and the size of the company companies switch to agile way of working. It’s not that easy, it takes time to, but agile teams naturally get better over time. However, when teams become more efficient, the risk of fail rises because [… read more]

MongoDB 3 Succinctly

 Posted by on June 9, 2017
Jun 092017
 

MongoDB 3 Succinctly e-book is available for a free download. If you are interested in using the MongoDB database for building your applications (especially with .NET), then this e-book is a great start. Check It out by downloading it for free from the Syncfusion web site I would like to thank James McCaffrey  for the great contribution and the whole Syncfusion team for the fantastic support. [… read more]

Scaled Agile: An Overview

 Posted by on May 28, 2017
May 282017
 

Many organizations around the world are moving from traditional Waterfall project management techniques, to Agile software development. This is a difficult journey for many organizations, especially large and older ones. Many of the core ideas in Agile and Scrum are suited to a small team of six to ten people, like you might find at a young startup. Trying to apply the same idea to [… read more]

May 192017
 

Now we live in a world when we receive a lot of information, which is not very interesting for us. Now we have thousands of articles and blogs for every topic we could think of. That’s why I decided to share with you top 13 agile project management blogs, which we read at Apiumhub on a regular basis. These blogs are useful as for software [… read more]

May 152017
 

Nowadays there are a lot of complications and obstacles on the way to the production. Now if you are not agile, it becomes literally a hell adding new functionalities. Therefore a lot of corporations and startups switch to agile methodologies and start using CI to achieve agility in software development. There is a big buzz about agile transformation in the companies, for example Mango, HSBC, [… read more]

Apr 092017
 

As we all know document databases are very different from the so-got-used-to Relational Databases (RDBMS). In RDBMS when designing the database, one goes through the process of the so called data normalization. Normalization involves arranging attributes in relations based on dependencies between attributes, ensuring that the dependencies are properly enforced by database integrity constraints. Normalization is accomplished through applying some formal rules either by a process of [… read more]

CodePlex to GitHub migration

 Posted by on April 3, 2017
Apr 032017
 

Microsoft is closing CodePlex after 11 years of it’s existence. The announcement came out through the Brian Harry’s blog. In the blog post Microsoft practically admitted that they are not keeping up with GitHub which has become de-facto the repository for the open-source projects. Actually even Microsoft itself is hosting some of their open source initiatives such as Visual Studio Code, TypeScript, .NET, the Cognitive Toolkit, [… read more]

Apr 022017
 

If we were to implement a solution that uses queues, the first thing that comes to our mind is to use one of the already baked systems that support queuing. There is really a proliferation of open-and-closed source software such as: RabitMQ ZeroMQ IBM MQ Series MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing) and many many others There are however other kind of queues, and those are directly [… read more]

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