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Recent Articles Featuring cPrime



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5 Common Pitfalls of CI/CD

CI/CD is a process for continuous development, testing, and delivery of new code. Many companies run into issues in this delivery, this article highlights problem areas common to companies trying to adopt CI/CD practices Read full article here.
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Ways to Align your Agile Initiatives

The problem is that organizations are already used to working in a siloed fashion, so when they start to transition to agile, they approach development, testing and project management as three separate initiatives, according to Zubin Irani, CEO of cPrime. Read full article here.
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The Problem With Sort Of Doing Agile Mobile Development

Agile development combines process, technology, and mindset in a deliberate way. If you neglect any one of those three pillars in mobile development, you’re setting yourself up to fail. “Sort of” Agile just won’t work. Read full article here.
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The Rio Games: An Olympic-sized technology challenge

This year’s Olympics will require more technology than ever before – see why and how we are coping. Read full article here.
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Stateful applications spark container management debate

Stateful applications are a fact of life for many enterprise shops pursuing containerization, but some argue they should go the way of the dodo. Read full article here.
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What CIOs can Learn from the Delta Outage

Lessons that can be learned from the Delta power outage in Atlanta that led to cascaded failures throughout its computer systems, affecting the airline’s operations systemwide. Read full article here.
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Don’t Let Testing Stop your Agility

Agile, for the most part, is the modern way of working. By now, most organizations know the purpose of agile: to build higher-quality software faster. Read full article here.
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Agile 2016: cPrime reveals a new approach to agile: the Software Services Lifecycle Management

SSLM is a new approach designed to support and promote the new connected world of software development and delivery. Read full article here.
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Driving a Digital Transformation

The digital revolution is driving the demand for quality software at speed, see how else the transformation is impacting IT. Read full article here.
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Mind the gap between legacy and greenfield

How widespread is enterprise adoption of agile, devops, CICD, containers, and the like? It all depends on which world you live in. Read full article here.
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16 ways to build a better dev team

By: InfoWorld
The secret to building and maintaining a great development team requires transparency, flexibility, and yes, good vibes Read full article here.
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How agile helps attract and retain millennial tech pros

By: CIO
The secret to building and maintaining a great development team requires transparency, flexibility, and yes, good vibes Read full article here.
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AgileVox Magazine: Agile Development for Hardware Projects

By: Scrum Alliance
We have found that the benefits of Agile are not only achieved through software development, but by hardware as well. Or, in other words, Agile can be done in, and is valuable to, hardware development. Sign up for the subscription here.
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Agile Practice: The Competitive Advantage for a Digital Age

By: The Harvard Business Review
IT organizations are in search of talent, but they are finding that the agile methodology is great for attracting and retaining the next generation of engineers and developers. Read full article here.