Monthly Archives: July 2015

Almost all software companies are using Continuous Integration methodology. Whilst 10 years ago it was considered an extreme programming (XP) practice, nowadays most developers cannot imagine their work without fully implemented CI. There are dozens of system and tools facilitating the implementation of CI, from build systems and testing frameworks to scheduling […]

Continuous Integration best practices checklist

Configuration management is often considered as a synonym for SCM systems (Software Configuration Management, Source Configuration Management, Source Code Management). However, it is much more than only your revision control system. CM, at the least, includes managing: configuration of your application on your local, test, staging and production environments (and whatever else […]

Configuration management – overview

Have you ever wondered how it could happen that the message delivered to a client or higher management was totally different than the one which was initially posted by a team or a specific person? It is quite the same as with the Chinese whispers game. How might the corporate edition look […]

Communication, you fool!

Small projects and organizations usually have one strong leader who is an authority and drives things forward. However, when we look at the bigger undertakings we notice that they usually have at least several official and not official leaders, supervisors and bosses. It is not a rare case that their structure is […]

Leaders clashes