Showing posts from May, 2017

Agile Manifesto -- Some 16 years later

" In 2001, 17 individuals gathered in the Wasatch mountains of Utah to find common ground around Agile. After much skiing, talking, relaxing, and eating, they arrived at four common values that led to the development of the Agile Manifesto."[ source ] [ Wikipedia ] Going to , we see just 14 people listed, what appears to be their feeling on what promised so much hope some 15 years ago. Mike Beedle   Arie van Bennekum Alistair Cockburn "  “Agile has become overly decorated. Let’s scrape away those decorations for a minute, and get back to the center of agile. The center of agile is … ” [ 2015 ] Ward Cunningham "  "I have seen my ideas diluted as they diffused through the industry". You said "I’d much rather move to the next idea than struggle to keep the last idea pure." [ 2011 ] Martin Fowler Jim Highsmith  -  Don’t “Control” Agile Projects Agile Bureaucracy: When Practices become Principles Andrew Hunt

Running Tests in Docker for Front-end Developers (ng2+)

Unit tests (karma/jasmine) & End-to-end tests (protractor) If you are comfortable with Docker and Angular 2, all you need is the Dockerfile. If you are new to testing in Docker, this short article will bring you up to speed. If you need more help getting up to speed with Docker, begin with my previous article: Docker for Angular 2 devs . Installation  In order to develop Angular 2+ in a container, you need to install Docker on a computer or VM. Docker takes a bit of memory and can take a lot of space so the biggest box you can give it is best. Once Docker is installed, start is up. Make sure all your docker commands are run from the folder that contains the Dockerfile. Dockerfile  Docker works by reading the description of a Dockerfile (or several in conjunction), to build out an image. Once the image is running, it is called a container. This particular Dockerfile is based on a Docker image that already has headless chrome, markadams/chromium-xvfb-js:7. There are several Do