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Agility is why most organizations adopt Scrum. The actual agility an organization achieves is rooted in how sophisticated Scrum is being employed. Beyond the mere adoption of Scrum, enterprise agility is much accelerated if the organization re-emerges its structures around Scrum. With re-vers-ify I remind people that structures need to be re-imagined, rather than predicted or copied, often upon re-imagining Scrum. Through ...

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CoderDojo, so what’s the point?

Initially I was skeptical of CoderDojo. Here’s another thing IT professionals are doing for free. Why isn’t there Economics Dojo, Medical Dojo, Legal Dojo?  Why is a profession that at times is extremely competitive, has long demanding hours, low job security being glamorized beyond a point of credible fiction?  Why are people being told they need to code when there are ...

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Defining “Scaling” Agile, Part 5: Agile Management

One of the challenges I see in organizations is how managers can use agile approaches. One of the biggest problems is that the entire organization is organized for resource efficiency (think silos of functional experts). Agile approaches use flow efficiency. Thinking in flow efficiency changes everything.               Many people in organizations believe that dividing ...

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High Availability (HA), Session Replicated, Multi-VM Payara Cluster

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Abstract While researching how to create a high availability (HA), session replicated, multi-machined Payara/GlassFish cluster I discovered I couldn’t find everything I needed in a single reference. I assumed this would be a common need and easy to find. Unfortunately my assumption was wrong. So the purpose of this post is to give a complete end-to-end example of a high ...

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Optimizing Android Test Automation Development

Now that we are a few weeks away from Google I/O, and we understand that the complex Android landscape is becoming, even more, complex let’s explore a way Android teams can optimize and plan their test automation across the different platforms and devices. In the past, I’ve written about the need to connect the 3 layers: Application under test Test code ...

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Get Started with Spring Boot, SAML, and Okta

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Build faster with Okta’s authentication and user management API. Register today for the free forever Developer Edition! Today I’d like to show you how build a Spring Boot application that leverages Okta’s Platform API for authentication via SAML. SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is an XML-based standard for securely exchanging authentication and authorization information between entities—specifically between identity providers, service ...

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Keeping Your Skills Up to Date as a Software Developer

It’s a wild world of ever-changing technology. What was new and hot yesterday is old and crufty today. Dinosaurs actively roam the halls of software development organizations, and you don’t want to be one of them. The key to not going the way of the Dodo Bird is to keep your skills up to date. You don’t have to learn ...

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Electronic Signature Using The WebCrypto API

Sometimes we need to let users sign something electronically. Often people understand that as placing your handwritten signature on the screen somehow. Depending on the jurisdiction, that may be fine, or it may not be sufficient to just store the image. In Europe, for example, there’s the Regulation 910/2014 which defines what electronic signature are. As it can be expected ...

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Jersey Web Service Hello World Example in Java

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After Restlet, Jersey is another popular open source framework to create RESTful web services in Java. Jersey conforms JAX-RS specification and actually it is the reference implementation of JAX-RS (JSR 311)(http://jsr311.java.net/nonav/releases/1.1/index.html) specification. In the last article, we have seen the Restlet HelloWorld Example and today we’ll see the Jersey HelloWorld Example. Typically, when a developer thinks of creating a RESTful web service using Java, ...

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