Scrum

I have always been a fan of improving software development processes. The last couple of days I had a deeper look into Scrum. I worked with Agile development methods for some time now, and I like to point you to this scrum link from Softhouse: http://www.softhouse.se/Uploades/Scrum_eng_webb.pdf. Very rough, but gives …

OSGi dependencies

I have been a great fan of pushing the degree of automation to a limit. And as stated in this blog post: Software engineering and as a follow up of OSGi dependencies and OSGI  Best practices: I now present  the consistency and OSGi dependency checker 🙂 The setting is a …

Visualization

Ever heard of Ben fry? No? – You should 🙂 he did some great stuff with visualization. For example visualizing the pacman source code. Or a tool for visualizing the evolution of software projects in revisionist. He has some other great stuff on his homepage. Also interesting is the tool …

OSGi best practices

I’ve been working with OSGi for the past years – and I must admit I really like it. If you follow some best practices rules your applications are definitely going to perform better and look nicer. Therefor I remembered an presentation about best practices when using OSGi. I have almost …

OSGi dependencies

I like the OSGi platform, and I have been using it for quite a while. One of the most important things is to keep track of your dependencies (e.g. like preventing cycled dependencies). Auto-generated MANIFEST.MF files are most of the time not really optimized. Therefor I started writing some python …