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Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to build better, high performing teams by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 500,000 downloads in the last 3 years.

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Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to build better, high performing teams by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 500,000 downloads in the last 3 years.

    David McAllister on Building Communities

    David McAllister on Building Communities

    In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to David McAllister about building technical communities.

    Why listen to this podcast:

    • A community comes together around a common shared interest of some sort
    • Communities need to be actively nurtured in a similar way to open source projects
    • Communities require constant tuning, and this means you need to figure out ways to measure them
    • Different types of content work for different members of the community and in different contexts – ensure your content matches the intent
    • “Collecting data is only the first step towards wisdom, sharing data is the first step towards community”

    More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ https://bit.ly/3asqUtV
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    • 24 min
    Kevin Callahan on Positive Organisational Design and Complex Systems

    Kevin Callahan on Positive Organisational Design and Complex Systems

    This is the Engineering Culture Podcast, from the people behind InfoQ.com and the QCon conferences.

    In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Kevin Callahan about positive organisational design and organisations as complex systems

    Why listen to this podcast:

    • Positive organisation development starts with areas where you are strong and builds on those, rather than focusing on weaknesses and negative areas
    • Involving people to open up “what could be” which starts a change effort that makes it possible to achieve
    • Start by trusting that people want to do amazing work
    • Organisations are complex systems and need to be treated as such
    • In complex systems the balance of pressures is necessary, and in many organisations one or other area becomes predominant (eg revenue or cost saving pressure) and this causes the system to become brittle

    More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ https://bit.ly/36Qj5fk
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    • 25 min
    Arie van Bennekum on the Liquid Manifesto

    Arie van Bennekum on the Liquid Manifesto

    In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Arie van Bennekum about Liquid Manifesto, a transformation framework to help organisations shift from old paradigms to new ones.

    Why listen to this podcast:

    • The Liquid Manifesto is a transformation framework to help organisations shift from old paradigms to new ones
    • Changing paradigms is the most difficult thing to do because bringing in new paradigms takes time and old paradigms define reflexes under stress
    • Your organisation has the have the capability to respond to change, if not you die
    • A Liquid organisation has people and teams who can work independently while remaining coherent, flowing together towards a common goal
    • A liquid organisation has a common cause, you know why you are there, you are connected while being very self-organising and you look for continuous improvement

    More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ https://bit.ly/2sIBCeV
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    • 31 min
    Scott Duncan on Examining the Agile Manifesto

    Scott Duncan on Examining the Agile Manifesto

    In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Scott Duncan about his InfoQ book Understanding Agile Values & Principles. An Examination of the Agile Manifesto.

    Why listen to this podcast:

    • The Agile Manifesto was written as a set of values and principles for improving software development outcomes
    • There are many brands, frameworks and methodologies which were represented at the Snowbird Lightweight Methods Conference where the manifesto was written
    • The authors were looking for common ground and the four values of the manifesto represented their collective agreement on the mindset which should underly software development
    • There is a difference between doing the practices of any agile method and being agile in mindset
    • Approaches such as Modern Agile and Heart of Agile are focused on returning to the underlying philosophy with a humanistic focus and moving away from prescriptive practice adoption

    More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ https://bit.ly/37qs9Yc
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    • 33 min
    The InfoQ Podcast Hosts Take a Look Back at 2019, Discussing Teal, Edge, Quantum Computing, and more

    The InfoQ Podcast Hosts Take a Look Back at 2019, Discussing Teal, Edge, Quantum Computing, and more

    In this special year-end wrap-up podcast Wes Reisz, Shane Hastie, Daniel Bryant, and Charles Humble discuss what we’ve seen in 2019 and speculate a little on what we hope to see in 2020. Topics include business agility and Teal, what it means to be an ethical engineer, bringing your whole self to work, highlights from QCon and InfoQ during 2019, the rise of Python, and progress in quantum computing.

    Why listen to this podcast:

    * Business agility is one of the major themes that the InfoQ team has seen emerge this year, with stronger emphasis on outcomes over outputs. We’ve also seen a growing interest in ethics and the ethical implications of the work we all do.
    * On the programming languages front the rise of Python continues, driven largely by its popularity in data science.
    * As Kubernetes cements its dominant position we’re hoping to see a simplification of the workflows associated with it, as well as in areas like observability.
    * There have been several big announcements in quantum computing in the past year, and this is an area we continue to watch with interest.
    * Another key trend for next year is edge computing. The edge of the cloud infrastructure has an amazing amount of available compute resource, as does the device edge.

    More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ bit.ly/2Z0Q9OI
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    • 33 min
    Ivar Jacobson on Use Case 2.0

    Ivar Jacobson on Use Case 2.0

    In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke Ivar Jacobson about his work on the latest approach to use cases – Use Case 2.0.
    This is the second of two podcasts with Ivar – the first one exploring the Essence of Software can be found here: http://bit.ly/2OQEi2s

    Why listen to this podcast:

    • Use Case 2.0 expand on the ideas embodied in user stories
    • Some up-front design is needed in all software development projects
    • For any product you need the skeleton system that has the key requirements embodied in it early on
    • Any system should be able to be represented by between 10 and 20 key use cases

    More on this: Quick scan our curated show notes on InfoQ https://bit.ly/2DEPM2m
    You can also subscribe to the InfoQ newsletter to receive weekly updates on the hottest topics from professional software development. bit.ly/24x3IVq

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    • 16 min

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