Tag Archives: engineering

Author, Jamie WhiteHouse

Why do code reviews?

Why do code reviews?

This article is part of a continuing series from the engineering team, talking about the process and tools they use in the distributed work environment. TheNEXUS Community members have immediate access to the live online videos recorded for this series. Why Do Code Reviews? There is a lot of literature on the value of code

Author, Mike Hansen

Inside the Sonatype Engineering Machine – The Process and the Tooling [VIDEO]

Mike Hansen, the head of products for Sonatype, rounded up the engineering team for a series of recorded broadcasts that talk about the distributed work environment  at Sonatype. The discussion centers around how the team works together in a virtual environment, the tools that are used to communicate and how working relationships are formed during the process. TheNEXUS

Author, Jeffry Hesse

How We Do It: Remote Pair Programming

In our last post on TheNEXUS we talked about how we as a team get together to define “what” we want to work on. Having identified the “what” and to some extent the “how”, where do we go from there? Where does the rubber meet the pavement, and how do we as a team work together? The Nexus team has been experimenting with old tricks in new ways to ultimately help solve a few interesting problems we encounter as a fully distributed Agile team.

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