One program, many purposes
This tutorial focuses on the use of subcommands in picocli programs. Using subcommands allows you to expose more functionality through a single command-line application in a user-friendly way.
Modern Java command-line parsing
This is an introduction to creating user-friendly command-line interfaces to Java applications with the picocli framework.
Agile Transformation (Teil 1): Kompliziert vs Komplex
Überlegen Sie kurz was der Unterschied zwischen kompliziert und komplex ist. Wann würden Sie sagen ist etwas kompliziert und wann eher komplex?
Agile @ Home (Routines)
I'm not a fan of raising high expectations and I'm also afraid the title here did just exactly that, so to compensate let me warn you that this article does not describe a home where we have assigned a Product Owner who defines what to do and in which order. We don't have a ScrumMaster who relentlessly removes impediments such that the entire family can get things done at warp speed. There are no Story Points and no burn down charts (yet). It's not a story about this super family that has found the ultimate key to happiness.
A while ago I had a product owner come to my desk and ask me "Klaus, does everybody in the team have enough to do?". I probably looked a tad puzzled when I reflexively answered "Yes", knowing this was the answer that would satisfy her and make her go away. My affirmation told her she had done her job in ensuring that everybody's personal work-queue was full up and there wouldn't be any risk of people sitting around doing nothing anytime soon.
Governance seems to be on everyone's lips these days. The first thing the new CIO of one of my clients demanded when she arrived was “more governance”. I have also heard ScrumMasters requesting “better governance”, and a big organization that I consult for has stated that projects start only after a clear governance structure has been defined.