Scrum and Kanban – How Scrumban can help

by Anand Suresh Anand Suresh No Comments

Within any methodology that has been around for some time, it is inevitable that competing camps will eventually arise within the system. While as scrum is easily the most popular method used for moving projects through to their completion within an Agile environment, an older idea, taken from the Japanese model of Lean production, or Kanban, has seen a resurgence. Whereas Scrum breaks projects down into small pieces allowing a team to focus on one task at once, Kanban sees projects as part of a larger flow.
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4 methods for minimizing browser reflow

by Jason Simon Jason Simon No Comments

With the speed of growth and availability of new web-development technologies, the temptation is to immediately jump in and use everything at our fingertips.

Jumping on the newest technology often seems de rigueur for most web developers. We feel the need to learn the newest fastest ways of generating content and new functionality that excites clients. If a new technology comes along that does something new, it seems that every web-development shop demands that you learn this new tool as fast as possible so as to be always on the cutting edge.
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DynamoDB – Scalable NoSQL DB on the cloud

by Jason Simon Jason Simon No Comments
What is DynamoDB?

DynamoDB is highly scalable enterprise-level cloud-based NoSQL database service provided by Amazon. It uses a document-based structure, but includes some of the features of RDBMS-like databases such as tables and keys. It boasts a high-level of scalability, and boasts single-digit millisecond responsiveness which makes it available to be utilized by some of the largest internet companies; it has been adopted by the likes of Netflix, Lyft, IMDb, Duolingo, Shazam, and many more.
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Emergence of DevSecOps

by Vijay Kumar Vijay Kumar No Comments

Over the last decade, DevOps has transformed the software development landscape. The practice has led to development teams and IT operations working together to produce software faster. DevSecOps takes DevOps to the next level. In traditional software development, security teams got involved around the end of the development process, nearer to deployment. In a DevSecOps practice, the security tasks are prioritized from the start. It strengthens the DevOps process to create more secure and robust software.

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What is wrong with MVC

by Alex Kruglyak Alex Kruglyak 1 Comment

I’ve seen many developers and articles blaming the Model-View Controller architecture for many, if not all, of the troubles that are brought up in the iOS community.

Today, I offer a few alternate views and approaches to this issue. Moreover, we also explore a few techniques/guidelines that can reshape the concepts of MVC as well as project management in general.

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