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Applying Agile Practices To Manufacturing And Others

Joe Justice applies current software development principles from Lean and Agile (XP and Scrum) to manufacture, achieving extraordinary results in designing a high efficiency and high performance automobile. http://wikispeed.org/car/

Lessons from Mark Zuckerberg at Startup School 2013

Mark Zuckerberg gave a very candid and open interview at Startup School 2013. I liked it so much that I wanted to scribble some points from the talk. And this blog post is a bulleted list of lessons I learned from Mark.

Which is the best Agile Project Management Tool?

Are you one of those trying to figuring out the best Agile Project Management Tool out there in the market? I see this question being asked in some for or the other, from time to time, in every forum, in every country. And this blog post is dedicated to them.

Steps in contributing to an open-source project in Github

Often times we find it compelling to contribute to someone else's project, either because you added a new feature to it or fixed an existing bug. This way you feel proud that you're giving back to the community project that helped you from re-inventing the wheel. Git/Github has simplified and made intuitive the entire process of code contributions to other's repositories.

Still using .rvmrc??

.rvmrc is a shell script that allows for full customization of the environment for the Ruby project in subject.