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Sebastien Lambla (SerialSeb)
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More and more clients are deploying their applications to the cloud. This presents many challenges for .net developers: Windows has had a poor story for remote management compared to the *nix world, AWS is less common than Azure, and the move to managing infrastructure in the cloud often comes with the extra challenge of deployment of heterogeneous environments.
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With a previous client, we started out in a traditional SCRUM environment. We had a wall with columns, estimations, there was some SCRUMs of SCRUMs, we had bimonthly retrospectives, we were pairing, we had all the traditional checkboxes of Agile checked. What could possibly go wrong?
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This describes my life. Eagerly awaiting part two.
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One of the reasons I have been silent a lot in 2014 and 2015 is that I had the privilege of working with an amazing team. We created a completely new way of designing software, from the architecture to the organisation inside the team.
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I got into speaking because I kept trying, in no small part thanks to the many user groups that litter our country with safe and fun environments to push our boundaries. I’m not sure if I progressed as a speaker, but I’ve learnt a bunch of tricks and practices over the years that I’ve found useful.
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More and more clients are deploying their applications to the cloud. This presents many challenges for .net developers: Windows has had a poor story for remote management compared to the *nix world, AWS is less common than Azure, and the move to managing infrastructure in the cloud often comes with the extra challenge of deployment of heterogeneous environments.
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My introduction post, from way back when, focused on the idea that testing each class independently in the conventional TDD way had significant costs, and that I preferred to only test components that I expect to be used or replaced, or are out of the control of my team, or have some independent usage interface.
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Building software is easy. Really, it’s just a matter of writing a bunch of statements that do something, and voilà, you have a running program. Building the right software is where the complexity lies.
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