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Azure Lunch: Implementing Microservices with Azure Service Fabric

Cloud computing is changing the way we architect solutions. It allows developers to break down our monolithic applications into smaller components known as microservices. This introduces new challenges such as managing the distribution, reliability, and resiliency of these entities. Azure Service Fabric is a platform… Read More »Azure Lunch: Implementing Microservices with Azure Service Fabric

Agile Lunch: Better Testing with Microsoft Azure Resource Management Templates

Often times developers find themselves working on multiple areas of an application during any one release cycle. This includes features, bugs, and spikes that often require isolation of both code and data. Until now, developers were constricted by the ability to quickly provision resources and… Read More »Agile Lunch: Better Testing with Microsoft Azure Resource Management Templates

Improve your Retrospectives with Agile Kaizen!– Feb 17th at the Chicago ALM User Group

Continuous self-improvement on agile teams is traditionally done through agile retrospectives, a form of post-mortem held at the completion of an iteration. More often than not, retrospectives begin to fade and the list of action items keeps growing until teams simply succumb to business-as-usual practices.… Read More »Improve your Retrospectives with Agile Kaizen!– Feb 17th at the Chicago ALM User Group