Why Balanced Teams work better together Let us take a cue from Xtreme Programming, share more knowledge and share more ownership with less role definition.
There is a good chance that your organization has automated tests. However, you might still face the following problems:
- Bugs keep coming back
- Developers are not confident to make changes in your system
- Developers are afraid to refactor the system
- Teams are horribly slow to add more features
If you do, then keep reading!
We all know that Google has managed to sit atop the Fortune 100 Best Companies to work for in 2015. Which of these others made it? Facebook, Microsoft, Intel, Apple, or Amazon?
You got it – not one of them. And this is despite many of them offering similar perks – the fancy, millennial-friendly offices, free food, massages, dry-cleaning, generous paychecks right out of college, and hipster-approved social status. The fact that Tech Titans don’t dominate the Fortune 100 list makes no sense. These companies really dote on their employees, with perks that would be impossible to imagine at most other firms. What’s the deal?
The microservice architectural style is taking the world by storm. Last March, O’Reilly hosted their first Software Architecture Conference, and a huge percentage of the abstracts the program committee received touched on some aspect of microservices. Why is this architectural style suddenly all the rage?