Videos in category Conferences


JAOO Panel: Who will Develop Software in 10 Years?

JAOO Panel: Who will Develop Software in 10 Years?

Posted in Companies, Development, Conferences

Summary Martin Fowler, Frank Buschmann, Steve Cook, Jimmy Nilsson, and Dave Thomas discuss the future of software development. Topics covered include outsourcing, is Google the next MS?, multi-core & parallism, grid computing, software stacks of the future, and more. A thoroughly thought-provoking panel! JAOO is producing the QCon event. Bio The panel was moderated by Martin Fowler, and inc...

Tags: Google, Business, Java, Microsoft, Smalltalk, Interview, InfoQ, JAOO Conference, Architecture, Open-Source, QCon, ...



Planning and Maintaining the Rhythm of Distributed Scrum

Planning and Maintaining the Rhythm of Distributed Scrum

Posted in Project Management, Conferences

Summary At Agile2007 we heard the tale of a distributed Scrum project with 50 people in 4 continents. BMC Identity Management decided to build their next generation product, including architectural changes and component integration, using Scrum to handle the uncertainty of their product's requirements. Bio Guy Pshigoda is an Agile Coach & PM for BMC Software, implementating Scrum at locatio...

Tags: Business, Practices, Scrum, Conferences, Agile, InfoQ, Agile2007, Teamwork, Distributed Teams, RallySoftware


ASP.NET Authentication Practices with Josh Holmes

ASP.NET Authentication Practices with Josh Holmes

Posted in Frameworks, Security, Development, Conferences

Summary ASP.NET authentication and authorization is essentially a solved problem in ASP.NET 2.0 according to .NET guru Josh Holmes. While the built in authorization providers offer 90% coverage, Josh also discusses when you should utilize a custom provider. Join Josh for ASP.NET tips and tricks in this interview done by David Totzke at VSLive Toronto. Bio Josh Holmes is a principal of SRT Solut...

Tags: Frameworks, Interview, Security, ASP.NET, .NET Framework, InfoQ, Authentication, Authorization


Modifiability: Or is there Design in Agility?

Modifiability: Or is there Design in Agility?

Posted in Conferences, Graphics, Project Management

Summary Many people assume that agile methods mean an absence of design. Design still happens in agile projects, but it shifts from an up-front phase to a continual evolution. Design decisions should be left to the last responsible moment, but some design decisions do need to be made at the start of a project. Martin Fowler explores this topic through a panel discussion of design in an agile co...

Tags: Practices, Conferences, Design, Agile, refactoring, InfoQ, Architecture, QCon, Methodologies


Dave Astels and Steven Baker on RSpec and Behavior-Driven Development

Dave Astels and Steven Baker on RSpec and Behavior-Driven Development

Posted in Project Management, Testing, Development, Conferences

Summary InfoQ interviews Dave Astels and Steven Baker, two of the authors of the successful Rspec framework about enabling Behavior-Driven Development in Ruby, and the implications of moving from a test-centric point of view to one that is more specification-driven. Bio Dave Astels one of the founders of the RSpec project, co-author of "A Practical Guide to eXtreme Programming" and au...

Tags: Practices, Q&A, Ruby, Testing, Interview, Agile, TDD, BDD, InfoQ, Artifacts & Tools



David Hussman on Helping Organizations Adopt Agile

David Hussman on Helping Organizations Adopt Agile

Posted in Project Management, Conferences

Summary David Hussmann "Agile Geek at Large" spoke with InfoQ about his approach to coaching teams adopting Agile, including how to customize it for different kinds of organizations, and some common factors to retain, to achieve lasting success. Bio David has created software for digital audio, digital biometrics, medical, financial, retail, and education. He is a senior consultant wi...

Tags: Business, Practices, Interview, Agile, InfoQ, User Stories, Leadership, Self-organizing Team


James Adam on Rails Engines and Ruby in the Enterprise

James Adam on Rails Engines and Ruby in the Enterprise

Posted in Development, Frameworks, Conferences

Summary Dr. JamesAdam has been an active member of the Ruby community for more than four years, contributing to a number of projects including the FXRuby GUI toolkit and the Ruby-OpenGL bindings. InfoQ interviews James about his pioneering work with Rails Engines, the Rails plugin system and what it's like to be doing heavy Ruby development in enterprise settings. Bio Dr. JamesAdam has been an ...

Tags: Ruby, Ruby On Rails, Frameworks, Interview, Enterprise, InfoQ, Plugins, Rails Engines


Ramnivas Laddad on AOP Design, Modelling, and Policy Enforcement

Ramnivas Laddad on AOP Design, Modelling, and Policy Enforcement

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Graphics, Conferences

Summary Ramnivas Laddad talks about domain aspects, how aspects fit in the design phase, how to model aspects in UML, how to enforce policies with Aspects, how he used Aspects to diagnose production problems including touch threading problems, and using aspects to simplify design pattern implementation. Bio Ramnivas Laddad is an author, speaker, consultant, and trainer specializing in aspect-or...

Tags: Practices, Frameworks, Java, Design Patterns, Design, Interview, Spring, refactoring, InfoQ, AOP, AspectJ, ...


Adrian Colyer on Domain Specific Aspects

Adrian Colyer on Domain Specific Aspects

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Conferences

Summary AspectJ lead and AOP expert Adrian Colyer briefly talks about Domain Specific Aspects, where business rules and policies and can map to an aspect like solution. Adrian also discusses using AOP to implement design patterns such as Observer/Observable, and AOP adoption. Bio Adrian Colyer is the leader of the AspectJ project and a well-known industry expert on AOP. He is a co-author of the...

Tags: Frameworks, Java, Interview, Spring, InfoQ, AOP, AspectJ


Ted Neward on Interop & Office Integration

Ted Neward on Interop & Office Integration

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Conferences

Summary Ted Neward talks about various ways Java and .NET can be used together focusing on examples of MS Office automation, and explains how various interop approaches (in-proc, messaging, web services) work and when to use them. Bio Ted Neward has been using C++ since 1991, Java since 1997, and .NET since 2000. He is a .NET instructor with PluralSight, teaches Java independently, speaks at co...

Tags: Frameworks, Java, Interview, .NET Framework, InfoQ, Interop, Microsoft Office, Mono, JNBridge