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Applying and interpreting staleness metric (Advanced dependency management - part 3)
If you have been following this series from the beginning, you are getting the appreciation why this seemingly simple problem hasn't been solved yet. In Part 1 , I described the background and motivation, and in Part 2 , I discussed the details of the opera...
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Talk at 2015 Strange Loop
The previous two posts were a teaser for my talk at Strange Loop, where I took these ideas and applied them to my dataset. Over the next few weeks, I will be discussing in detail the material in the talk, and going more in depth in some places. For now, I w...
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Measuring staleness (Advanced dependency management - part 2)
Dependency management at scale This is part 2 of a series of posts documenting my attempts at understanding and writing software to support dependency management. In order to limit the scope, the first problem I wanted to solve is keeping Java module depend...
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Advanced dependency management - Part 1
Motivation I remember when I was reading Jez Humble's Continuous Delivery Book , I could not wait to get to the "hard" part. Having practiced continuous integration (CI) for a few years already, I knew most of the practices and benefits, but I also knew tha...
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Impressions from Confitura conference talk
I gave a talk on Software Archeology at this year's Confitura , hosted at the historic buildings of the Warsaw University. Confitura is ran by volunteers and has its roots in the Warsaw JUG . Talk proposals are voted on by the community and then rated by th...
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What does it take to improve batch process performance 4,500 times?
The subject is a bit untypical for this blog, but I've been asked multiple times by colleagues about details of this project, and so here it is for others to comment and get ideas. Our team recently showed how to achieve 4,500 times performance improvement ...
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