We’re seeing more adoption of agile in large organizations than ever before. More interestingly, they’re really doing it, totally transforming the multiple layers of process to boil down to the the leanest bucket of parts that ensure quality, useful software. While there’s a lot—a lot!—of work to be done, there’s a slew of useful best practices, stories, and anecdotes emerging. In this episode, we discuss this general trend and two of the related topics: scaling agile up and pair programming.
We also cover spate of recent news about Cloud Foundry performance, .Net rolling out into various ecosystems, the new leadership at the Cloud Foundry Foundation, and lobster eggs benedict.
- Next week, Gartner AAS conference. Lobster eggs benedict, ho!
- 250k containers with Cloud Foundry – what does this mean w/r/t to number of apps supported and users, etc.?
- PCF officially supported on Microsoft Azure – 34 regions, Azure services, all sorts of compliance and GRC wing-dings.
- CF Foundation changes with Sam heading to Google, Abby Kearns taking over.
- Geode graduates to top-level Apache project. That Chip Childers episode from April of 2015.
- Microsoft tech updates including Visual Studio for Mac, Azure Functions goes GA, Google joins .NET Foundation
- Oracle buys Dyn—what’s the Oracle synergies?
- Isn’t re:Invent this week?
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