Software craftsmanship is hot topic which has been on the rise for quite some time. As it often goes new things are full of buzz and hype. As with all hypes people start to attach wild images and stereotypes on them. Fortunately there are smart people out there shedding some light upon software craftsmanship. Dan
Many have gone through the agony of a Scrum transformation and noticed that revolution is hard. It requires a lot from the people involved but at the same time it is mostly adapting to new surroundings, to the new way of collaborating and making work visible. Agile methods come with the implicit expectation that you
As Cory Foy puts it, craftsmanship equals responsibility! The change starts from you. If you won’t do it, no one is going to do it for you. A good starting point is the Apprenticeship Patterns. Go and read it on-line. And do not forget the Manifesto for Software Craftsmanship! And watch Cory’s presentation from XP2010!
Day One. Just configured Hudson to build my project. It was easy. After configuring Mercurial and Maven it was nothing more than triggering the build. I found an extremely helpful tool for maven projects, it is m2eclipse. It allows you to create Maven projects within Eclipse which is nice but for me the killer feature