• ITGIF – “IT-God” It’s Friday #22

    by  • 19 février 2011 • ITGIF, Technologie • 0 Comments


    Ça fait tellement longtemps que j’ai posté ce genre de billet sur mon blog que je pense si on ouvrait toutes les pages des liens du billet et qu’on les mettait bout-à-bout, bien ça ferait une page d’au moins un kilomètre!

    Semaine du 14 au 18 février 2011

    10 Years of Agile
    Are you Ready to Coach?
    Reflections on the 10 Years Since the Agile Manifesto
    How to Write a Lean and Agile Contract
    Both Sides of the Story
    Is Your Organization Sweet on Agile?
    GWT Compiler Optimizations
    Don’t save your passwords as plaintext. Hash them – salt them – save them.
    Email address validation: please stop
    How Google Tests Software – Part Two
    How Google Tests Software – Part Three

    Semaine du 7 au 11 février 2011

    Real Leaders Make Space For Others To Shine
    Track Your Agile Projects with a Project Burndown Chart
    The Carrot Principle – Using Recognition to Increase Team Performance
    How to Write Without Writing
    Google top power in programming?
    GWT, GWT-Ext (SmartGWT), GXT (Ext GWT) Common Tasks
    How to Write Clean and Testable Code

    Semaine du 31 janvier au 4 février 2011

    Cracking the Code for Standout Performance – Applying the approach to Agile Teams
    Lived Fast, Died Young, Left a Tired Corpse
    Unit Test Naming Conventions
    Keeping Agile Agile
    Making Multi-Team Agile Programs Successful
    Creating an Application using Spring Data with Redis as Datastore — Part 1
    Making Noises with Hudson/Jenkins
    Scrum : Effective Sprint Zero
    Don’t avoid difficult tasks
    Doing Big Deployments That Don’t Suck
    Failures Are Really Mini Successes
    Getting Started with PC Kinect
    Spring Data with Redis
    Agile Development Chuck Norris-style
    Automatically Inject Mocks into Spring Context
    Code Like A Girl
    Password hashing and salting
    Twelve Best Practices For Spring XML Configurations

    Semaine du 24 au 28 janvier 2011

    Cost-Efficient Scrum: New Business Model For Those Who Don’t Want Overpaying 30-70%
    Deciding What Kind of Projects are Most Suited for Agile
    Agile self-organized teams – is the team self-organized or not?
    Programming is Easy, Software Development is Hard
    Distributed Agile: Stories – Negotiable
    Unit testing private methods like a Software Engineer
    Here are some recommendations to any team lead or development manager to have effective agile teams
    Striking a Balance: Let Scrum Die
    Don’t just Test, be a Tester
    I hate pair programming (and your code and you)
    How I Learned Git
    How Google Tests Software
    Download, create and maintain color themes for eclipse on eclipsecolorthemes.org
    Using Ivy with pom.xml
    SCRUM in Under 10 Minutes
    2011 Web Hosting Predictions
    We’re On A Road To Nowhere…
    The Psychology of the Daily Stand-up
    HOWTO: Partially Clone an SVN Repo to Git, and Work With Branches
    Starting Test Automation for a Legacy Project
    How to create SEO friendly url
    Agile Teams Move Quickly… Make Sure Your User Stories Can Too!
    PageRank in 5 minutes
    Aspect Oriented Programming with Spring AOP

    Semaine du 17 au 21 janvier 2011

    Why Johnny Can’t Be Agile
    Deciding What Kind of Projects Are Most Suited For Agile
    Why you fail with TDD
    Make a Flexible Architecture Now, Perfect it Later
    My Experiences as a Female Software Engineer
    Software Engineer tops the list as the hottest job of 2011
    Knowledge-sharing and software development
    Managing knowledge in an organisation
    Challenges in Agile Adoption: Distributed Teams and Getting Left Behind
    An humble infographic on methodologies
    Introduction to Redis – In Memory Key Value Datastore
    Creating charts in GWT was never so easy. (OFC GWT)
    Top 10 Books of 2010
    Real-life laboratory for human experiments – The case of an Agile organization
    A Better StringBuilder
    WireFrame Sketcher – Excellent Eclipse Plugin
    Programmers and Micromanaging
    URL vs. URI vs. URN: The Confusion Continues
    Why Some Agilist Think One Size Fits All
    Building Testable Applications with Google Web Toolkit
    Quick-Start Guide for Google Charts API

    Semaine du 10 au 14 janvier 2011

    12 Keys to Success with Agile
    Non-Functional Requirements: Do User Stories Really Help?
    JUnit & Spring – What You Don’t Know
    Classic TDD or « London School »?
    5 Tips to Determine The Next Product Feature
    Updates to the Agile Manifesto?
    Unit Test Patterns: The Domain Test Values Class
    12 Key Barriers to Agile Transformation
    12 Key Agile Assumptions
    Maven IDE: The Year of Maven & Eclipse
    The Definition of Done (DoD)
    Top ten tips for distributed scrum team teleconferences
    Pair Programming Matrix / Board
    You’re Better Than You Think
    Face Detection in Java – Haar Cascade with JJIL (how-to)
    Scrum developers’ glossary
    Using EasyMock or Mockito
    Agile Thinking
    Hudson Project Renames to Jenkins
    Continuous Delivery
    Breaking Down Walls, Building Bridges, and Takin’ Out the Trash
    Estimation Toolkit
    Swarming: What’s the Point?
    Lyssa Adkins on Agile Coaching
    The false dichotomy of tests
    Why use Test Driven Development
    The Birth of a Team
    Ability or methodology?

    Semaine du 3 au 7 janvier 2011

    5 Killer Time Management Techniques
    Benefits associated with an Agile Transition – What can Scrum do for you?
    10 Effective Ways to Become a Good Programmer
    Ignoring Files in Git
    Making Too Much of TDD
    Ex-Google Engineer Explains Why Google Failed At Social Networking
    Aspect-Oriented Modeling – Google Tech talk (Video)
    Using Default Values for Properties in Spring
    Pair Programming Might Be Great
    14 Ways To Be A Great Startup CEO
    Green Beans: Getting Started with Spring MVC
    Highly Skilled People Versus The Markets
    Manage Yourself with Measures
    You are a Leader
    That Huge Estimate May Be a Vote of No Confidence
    5 Free Agile & Scrum Tools for Project Planning and Prioritizing
    Agile for managers – Challenges, operation, and impact on leaders
    iPhone app development with Linux
    Can Productivity And Creativity Coexist?


    Je travaille principalement comme développeur Java au sein d'une équipe Agile pour des projets d'application web utilisant principalement les technologies Java, Spring, Hibernate et open-sources. Je me spécialise dans l'analyse, l'architecture, le développement (Test-Driven Development) et les méthodologies Agile.


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