Martin Fowler: My introductory article on agile methods, focusing on the two key criteria that sets them apart from the traditional view of software process: adaptive planning and a people-centered approach.

Martin Fowler: My introductory article on agile methods, focusing on the two key criteria that sets them apart from the traditional view of software process: adaptive planning and a people-centered approach.

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Martin Fowler is an author and international speaker on software development, specializing in object-oriented analysis and design, UML, patterns, and agile software development methodologies, including extreme programming.

Martin Fowler is an author and international speaker on software development, specializing in object-oriented analysis and design, UML, patterns, and agile software development methodologies, including extreme programming.

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Continuous integration is my next project. I think its necessary for multiple teams running short sprints on the same code base.

Continuous integration is my next project. I think its necessary for multiple teams running short sprints on the same code base.

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Martin Fowler's talk from the GOTO Aarhus Conference 2012:    ABSTRACT:  Martin gives a rapid introduction to NoSQL databases: where they came from, the nature of the data models they use, and the different way you have to think about consistency. From this he outlines what kinds of circumstances you should consider using them, why they will not ma...

Martin Fowler's talk from the GOTO Aarhus Conference 2012: ABSTRACT: Martin gives a rapid introduction to NoSQL databases: where they came from, the nature of the data models they use, and the different way you have to think about consistency. From this he outlines what kinds of circumstances you should consider using them, why they will not ma...

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apparently this is my new hand symbol for YAGNI- you ain't gonna need it. an acronym we drop around at times including today in a review of a teammates PR. it's a good design philosophy representing building for what you need now instead of trying to anticipate future needs/make your software support a presumptive feature. and it's something i believe in. if you want to learn more about it martin fowler wrote an article on it i like and gives an example showing why it's a good concept to…

apparently this is my new hand symbol for YAGNI- you ain't gonna need it. an acronym we drop around at times including today in a review of a teammates PR. it's a good design philosophy representing building for what you need now instead of trying to anticipate future needs/make your software support a presumptive feature. and it's something i believe in. if you want to learn more about it martin fowler wrote an article on it i like and gives an example showing why it's a good concept to…

Martin Fowler Web

Martin Fowler Web

The website of Martin Fowler, a writer on software development

The website of Martin Fowler, a writer on software development

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