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6 Mistakes Scrum Masters Should Avoid, and Their Remedies

Agile methodology has become one of the most popular and dynamic project management styles among software development companies. It is important to note that Agile can be applied to many types of projects and teams by not restricting its usage to only engineers or software development projects. The Agile framework is widely accessible across the globe in all different types ...

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Insert content with Apache POI

Intro Everybody knows POI! It is the best library available to create Excel documents in Java. it is really good and can do a lot of things easily. But recently I wanted to do something not so simple. I wanted to use an existing xlsx file as a template and insert some data into it at some position. In this ...

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How Data Visibility Hurts Maintainability

I’ve been writing so much about object-oriented programming and its pitfalls, claiming that most of the design patterns and “good practices” which we are accustomed to are actually wrong and hurtful, that I totally forgot to explain the bigger picture problem. Someone asked me some time ago in the blog post about “naked” data: What is the problem we are ...

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Seeing the Close-to-the-Customer Conundrum

Especially when we use agile approaches, we want to be close to our customer. If you’ve ever had a chance to sit with a customer, you’ve learned how effectively (and fast!) the team and the customer learn from each other. And, too few teams have any access to any customers. Most of their customer information comes via a product owner, ...

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Integration Key to Customer Experience – Example Mobile Integration

Inmy previous article from this series we looked in to details that determine how your integration becomes the key to transforming your customer experience. It started with laying out the process of how I’ve approached the use case by researching successful customer portfolio solutions as the basis for a generic architectural blueprint. Let’s continue looking at more specific examples of ...

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Eclipse Foundation Specification Process Step-by-Step

Scientific progress goes “boink”? – Hobbes The Eclipse Foundation Specification Process (EFSP) provides a framework and governance model for developers engaged in the process of developing specifications. Specification: A specification is a collection of related artifacts. The EFSP defines a specification as a “collection of Application Programming Interface (API) definitions, descriptions of semantic behavior, data formats, protocols, and/or other referenced ...

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Science Fiction User Interfaces with JavaFX Part 1

Sci-Fi UI Shaped Window created using JavaFX Can Fictional UIs become a Reality? Growing up as an 80’s kid I’ve seen my share of science fiction movies that really inspired me to become quite fond of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) especially the idea of trying to make science fiction UIs possible in the real world. In this and a series ...

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7 Questions To Ask Yourself About Your Code

I was thinking the other days – why writing good code is so hard? Why the industry still hasn’t got to producing quality software, despite years of efforts, best practices, methodologies, tools. And the answer to those questions is anything but simple. It involves economic incentives, market realities, deadlines, formal education, industry standards, insufficient number of developers on the market, ...

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Serverless API with Azure Functions

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In this post I am going to work on a pretty simple use case. While executing a deployment pipeline FlexDeploy may produce some human tasks that should be either approved or rejected. For example, someone has to approve a deployment to the production environment. It can be done either in FlexDeploy UI or with some external communication channels. Today I ...

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