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Jak poznat, co zákazníka nadchne?

Na blogu kolegy Zdeňka Macháčka je k mání zajímavý článek, který se zabývá metodami, jak zohlednit očekávání zákazníků při přípravě nového produktu či služby. Přístupy a metodiky lze využít například na prioritizaci požadavků při agilním vývoji aplikací a služeb. 519 more words

Ramblings on Release Management

From a recent project, one of the lessons I learned concerns release management and who drives that process. What I find most interesting is the developers’ view that once code is checked in, the deliverable is complete. 261 more words

Project Management

What does #DevOps mean to the roles of Change & Release managers?

What does #DevOps mean to the roles of Change & Release managers?

One of our team raised this question in our internal #DevOps Slack channel this week and it sparked off an interesting discussion that we thought was worth sharing with a wider audience. 554 more words


Demystifying “Go/No-Go”

The countdown… 3… 2… 1… Launch… YAY!! (Celebrations follow)

If things work out well EVERYONE comes to know about the launch, after it is done with. 832 more words

Project Management

Deployment of multi-tier and IBM WebSphere Application Server-hosted applications - Video demos !

DROPS handles the complexity of the deployment on heterogeneous environments.

Take a look at these quick demos of how we proceed in DROPS for deploying a multi-tier application and an application running on the IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) hosted on the IBMi platform. 53 more words

Application Release Automation

When Quality Loses

Context: agile development with prioritization and release decisions being made by a product owner.

There’s often a false understanding of software quality (and the responsibility for software quality) in our industry. 448 more words


Jack of All Trades, Master of Scrum

Master of Scrum, or Scrum Master, is my professional title. Of course, I’m not silly enough to think I know all there is to know about Scrum or Agile Methodologies. 593 more words

Scrum Master