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[video] Steve Denning – Value to the stakeholders versus value to your clients

“These two ideas are in total conflict: to optimize value to the customer and to the organization.” says Steve Denning on his keynote at the Scrum Gathering Rio 2016.   And here are some of the video transcripts: “70% of all agile teams report tension between the way the team operates and the whole organization […]

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Paulo Caroli
25 July 2016

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métricas de pirata – AARRR

AARRR (ou métricas de pirata) é um acrônimo de métricas de funil criado por Dave Mcclure para ajudá-lo a melhor compreender e atender os seus consumidores. Essas cinco métricas representam as interações do seu cliente com o seu produto, que devem coletadas e analisadas separadamente. Segundo Dave, uma startup de sucesso é capaz de otimizar […]

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Paulo Caroli
21 July 2016

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Martin Fowler
20 July 2016

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Festa de lançamento do Direto ao Ponto, 2ª edição

Segue algumas fotos da festa de lançamento do livro Direto ao ponto. .  

Paulo Caroli
20 July 2016

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[video] Steve Denning – The customer is the boss

“Globalization, deregulation, knowledge work and the internet have made the big changes. This is a new world that is emerging, and the customer is now at the center of the universe.” says Steve Denning on his keynote at the Scrum Gathering Rio 2016.     And here are some of the video transcripts: “Globalization, deregulation, […]

Paulo Caroli
19 July 2016

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Slides & Video from Test Data - Food for Test Automation Framework

As posted earlier, I spoke about "Test Data - Food for your Test Automation Framework!" at Selenium Conference 2016 in Bangalore on 24th June 2016 in front of a packed and a very interactive audience. What a great time it was!

The video for that session is finally available! I have updated the original post as well as linked the slides & video with this post as well.

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Test Data - Food for your Test Automation Framework from Anand Bagmar

noreply@blogger.com (Anand Bagmar)
19 July 2016

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Drawbacks of Serverless Architectures

Mike slaps serverless architectures with the wet fish of reality, looking at the drawbacks of using this approach. While some of these are due to the current state of tooling, others are an inherent "feature" of this architecture, based on a high degree of dependence on specific vendor capabilities and limitations.

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Martin Fowler
18 July 2016

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Benefits of Serverless Architectures

Mike continues his examination of serverless architectures by wandering in the land of serverless unicorns and rainbows. Here the serverless style can reduce operational and development costs, drastically reduce scaling costs, ease operational management, and even save the planet from global warming.

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Martin Fowler
13 July 2016

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Portfólio de investimento em produtos e inovação baseado nos 3Hs

A estrutura de três horizontes da McKinsey fornece uma nomenclatura para: o momento atual (horizonte 1), um futuro próximo (horizonte 2) e um futuro mais distante (horizonte 3). Empresas inovadoras distribuem seu portfólio de investimento de acordo com esses três horizontes. A McKinsey realizou estudos e pesquisas sobre como as empresas sustentam o crescimento. Com […]

Paulo Caroli
13 July 2016

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The roles we play

The roles we play is a team building activity to trigger a conversation about all the roles we play in our lives. It is especially useful for a diverse group[...]

Paulo Caroli
12 July 2016

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Bimodal IT and two-speed IT miss the point

We can't trade-off reliability for speed in the medium term. Models that make this assumption are inherently flawed. If you really want to think in terms of a two-pronged approach, think strategic and utility as I describe in my post on business-capability centric orgs. Martin Fowler seconds it.
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Sriram Narayan
12 July 2016

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WindyCityThings wrap-up

WindyCityThings was a great success, and they’ve just posted recordings of the sessions.

Charles Korn
11 July 2016

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Dependency Inversion - Applying the princple

The Dependency Inversion Principle was named in 1994 but quite often it is overshadowed by Dependency Injection. They share a number of similarities and outcomes but while Dependency Injection is about providing dependencies based on context Dependency Inversion is about layering. Dependency Inversion is very useful refactoring interaces defined with getters (attribute accessor methods) into something more extensible. Here’s how:

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  • High-level modules should not depend on low-level modules. Both should depend on abstractions.

  • Abstractions should not depend on details. Details should depend on abstractions.

An abstraction != interface but an interface is an abstraction.

Typical dependency. The architecturally higher…

Graham Brooks
11 July 2016

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[video] Steve Denning – Agile is a mindset

“Agile is a mindset” says Steve Denning on his keynote at the Scrum Gathering Rio 2016. And here are some of the video transcripts: “I basically go to two kinds of conferences… One kind of conference says: agile is the solutions for everything… buy my book or hire my consultants… is that true? … The […]

Paulo Caroli
11 July 2016

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The job to be done by Clayton Christensen

Professor Clayton Christensen developed a technique to find out problems to be solved, called “the job to be done”. Clayton teaches at Harvard and wrote several books – amongst them The Innovator’s Dilemma: the revolutionary book that will change the way you do business, a must-read for all those who work in technology. The idea […]

Paulo Caroli
7 July 2016

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Any browsermob-proxy users facing issues with some requests not getting fired?

Is there anyone using browsermob-proxy who is having issues with some requests not getting fired?

I have integrated browsermob-proxy with my protractor tests. This works wonderfully when I run my tests from Mac (against local environment, or any other test environment).

However, when I run my tests from CI (agent is SUSE Enterprise 11.4) - my tests fail. 

I narrowed down the problem to the following scenario:

On some specific user action in the UI, there are a lot (>100) of requests fired from the browser in parallel (batches). There are a couple of scenarios like this in my application

noreply@blogger.com (Anand Bagmar)
6 July 2016

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Mapeamento de Histórias dos Usuários (USM) e a Inception Direto ao ponto

Mapeamento de Histórias dos Usuários, ou User Story Mapping (USM) em inglês, é uma técnica popular criada por Jeff Patton para priorizar projetos ágeis de uma forma eficaz. A Inception Enxuta é um workshop colaborativo que estabelece o cenário para a criação de um produto enxuto com base na compreensão inicial para o produto viável […]

Paulo Caroli
5 July 2016

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Any WAAT (Web Analytics Automation Testing Framework) users out there?

It has been over 2 years since any update to WAAT - Java or Ruby. Over the years, I have realised, and also received a lot of thoughts / feedback from users of WAAT around where it helps, and what challenges exist. 

Also, given the widespread IoT & Big Data based work going on around the world, (Web) Analytics now plays a much bigger role in guiding business take better decisions. 

WAAT (again) fits in the grand scheme of things very nicely as a framework to automate the validation of correct reporting of tags to any Web Analytics solution

noreply@blogger.com (Anand Bagmar)
4 July 2016

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[vídeo] De Hipóteses a Felicidade (ou as pirâmides do Rio Nilo) por Rodrigo Toledo e Rafael Sabbagh

Nessa vídeo Rodrigo Toledo e Rafael Sabbagh explicam o conceito De Hipóteses a Felicidade, ou carinhosamente apelidado para: as pirâmides do Rio Nilo. Segue algumas transcrições do vídeo: “Para a galera de lean startup não existe requisitos. Requisito passa aquela ideia de coisa requerida, que tem de estar lá. Mas o que existe são suposições!” […]

Paulo Caroli
4 July 2016

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Making everyone participate

In group discussions or design meetings it is tough to get everyone’s participation. The people in the group will have different experience levels, context & expertise which  puts shy people on the back-foot, as people always assume that someone will know better than them. Bystander effect also kicks in as soon as the number of people […]

Vinod Kumaar R
4 July 2016

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