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Taking Agile to New Heights: Scaling for Success in Aerospace Taking Agile to New Heights: Scaling for Success in Aerospace

Traditional waterfall development in the aerospace and aviation industries leads to stifled innovation, lengthy cycles, and limited feedback. Agile methodologies, adapted for strict safety regulations, offer a solution. By breaking down development into sprints and fostering collaboration, Scaled Agile can significantly improve efficiency, accelerate ingenuity, and get cutting-edge technologies to market faster—and safer.

Adam Sandman's picture Adam Sandman
Embracing Agility: Trends to Enhance Your Software Embracing Agility: Trends to Enhance Your Software

Agile software development is constantly evolving to address the challenges of modern software development. This article explores some of the latest trends in agile development, including cloud-based infrastructure, online Scrum, containerization, DevOps, low-code/no-code tools, schema-less data, and serverless computing. These trends can help to make software development more efficient, scalable, and collaborative.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
Getting Started with Kubernetes Getting Started with Kubernetes

Modern applications owe their smooth deployments and management to Kubernetes, a game-changer in container orchestration. Originally devised by Google and now overseen by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, it's become the go-to choice for streamlining container environments. Dive into this guide to grasp the fundamentals of Kubernetes and set up your own local development playground to unlock its potential.

James Oluwaleye's picture James Oluwaleye
CI/CD in Kubernetes with ArgoCD: A Practical Guide CI/CD in Kubernetes with ArgoCD: A Practical Guide

The intersection of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD), Kubernetes, and ArgoCD are a powerful synergy that can streamline development and deployment processes. The inherent ability of Kubernetes to manage, scale, and operate application containers is substantially enhanced by CI/CD workflows, leading to a dynamic and highly efficient software development lifecycle.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan
An Overview of Linux Exit Codes An Overview of Linux Exit Codes

Understanding exit codes is essential for detecting errors, automating tasks, debugging issues, and facilitating inter-process communication. By mastering the key exit codes and their meanings, Linux users can effectively manage and troubleshoot their command execution and shell scripting.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan
Continuous Delivery in Agile: Trends and Insights for 2023 and Beyond Continuous Delivery in Agile: Trends and Insights

Continuous delivery (CD) and agile development are practices that complement each other well, with CD providing a set of techniques that can help make agile implementations more successful. As continuous delivery practices evolve, several trends have emerged, shaping the future of agile development. These trends assist organizations in improving their software quality and speeding up the delivery process.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan
Kubernetes RBAC: A Practical Guide Kubernetes RBAC: A Practical Guide

Kubernetes RBAC is a powerful feature that allows you to fine-tune access to resources in your cluster. By creating roles and role bindings, you can specify exactly which users and processes have access to which resources and actions. This can help you to secure your cluster and prevent unauthorized access to critical resources.

Gilad David Maayan's picture Gilad David Maayan
An Agile Approach to Developing a New Software Version

Every software typically develops a new version periodically. Creating a new software version is an involved process, and in this article, we will explore how it can be made Agile.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
What Makes Apache Kafka Suitable for Agile Development What Makes Apache Kafka Suitable for Agile Development

The Agile Manifesto establishes 12 principles for Agile software development. Most software that has a dependency on another software inherits its Agile features—and in this article, we will explore what makes Apache Kafka suitable for Agile software development.

Deepak Vohra's picture Deepak Vohra
Browserify vs Webpack

The best way to organize and assemble multiple JavaScript code files into one file is to use module bundlers (Browserify or Webpack). When working with libraries that have numerous dependencies or when your project grows too big for a single file, you can utilize a JavaScript bundler.

Daniel Agantem's picture Daniel Agantem

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