It's the turn of the 21st century. Open source software is changing the tech landscape. But new patterns of work have now become necessary. Developers search for a revolutionary approach that will allow open source development to flourish. A group of developers convenes at a ski resort in Utah to craft such an approach. What emerges is a manifesto that changes everything.
Dave Thomas, one of the authors of the Manifesto for Agile Software Development, brings us back to that now famous retreat where the agile revolution was first organized. Not everyone was as quick to sign on to this new approach, though, and in this episode, we hear why.
Please let us know what you think of the show by providing a rating or review in Apple Podcasts.
Drop us a line at redhat.com/commandlineheroes, we're listening...
Open Curiosity: NASA, Mars, and Beyond
Bonus: Developer Advocacy Roundtable
At Your Serverless: Development Empowerment with Control
The Data Explosion: Processing, Storage, and the Cloud
The One About DevSecOps: Evolving Security and Reliability
Fail Better: Embracing Failure
Ready to Commit: Contributing to Open Source
Hello, World: Programming Languages for the Polyglot Developer
Press Start: How Gaming Shapes Development
Introducing Season 2 of Command Line Heroes
Days of Future_Open
Crack the Cloud_Open
DevOps_Tear Down That Wall
OS Wars_part 2: Rise of Linux
OS Wars_part 1