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June 30, 2011, 4 a.m.

Handling Architecture in Scrum

To further explore the discussion about the role of architects on Agile projects that Sergey talked about earlier, I wanted to share a few ideas that I think are applicable to smaller and medium sized teams.

June 29, 2011, 4 a.m.

Architecture in Agile: Quick Thoughts

In response to a recent discussion thread I came across on LinkedIn (unfortunately it is no longer available), and to expound on the issues raised therein, here are a few thoughts on the subject of dealing with architecture on Agile projects:

April 17, 2014, 4 a.m.

Bluetooth LE: iOS vs. Android

Bluetooth Low Energy enables devices to have great battery life. However, designers and developers need to learn how to  deal with lower data trasmissions volumes and the completely new architecture.

Jan. 14, 2012, 4 a.m.

Large Scale CMS Migrations

Large scale content migration can be the hardest part of implementing a new CMS. Having done my fair share of migration projects myself, I’d like to share a few practical tips on how to make them a little easier on the teams.

July 21, 2011, 4 a.m.

Everybody Hates Time Tracking

It’s difficult to get people to fill out time sheets or submit hours into some kind of system. Developers see it as boring and irritating while also being invasive: people just don’t like to be tracked.

June 26, 2012, 4 a.m.

Do You Jog?

After I read this article in Forbes on “The Case Against Agile: Ten Perennial Management Objections” by Steve Denning, a metaphor occurred to me: what if we think of Agile as jogging?

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Vladimir began his career in IT in 2002, when, as a student of Faculty of Automation of Computer Science of the First Electrotechnical University (ETU “LETI”), he began his work at The Morfizpribor Central Research Institute (CRI). Vladimir joined the StarSoft team (predecessor of First Line Software) in 2004 as a Junior Software Developer. As he gained experience with more and more projects, he was promoted to leadership roles.

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