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Using conventional commits to build your semantic versioning

Using conventional commits to build your semantic versioning

3 minutes When you are developing your projects following DevOps methods, you know that one of the main goal is to automate as many processes as you can. By using conventional commits and semantic versioning, you can automate the version upgrades and release notes! Let’s see how it works.

Open source and DevOps, a winning combination

Open source and DevOps, a winning combination

If I tell you Open Source, do you see what I mean? This fantastic world where everything is accessible freely for everyone? Where the collaboration is central to all processes and allows continuous improvement? DevOps is often associated with Open Source. And for a...

DevOps, a human commitment in technical projects

DevOps, a human commitment in technical projects

3 minutes When we talk about DevOps, we mainly think about the developments and the technological side of the method. However, DevOps is above all a culture putting the human and the soft skills at the core of a technical project!

Automation, the process to make your DevOps developments efficient

Automation, the process to make your DevOps developments efficient

4 minutes It’s not a secret: DevOps is THE philosophy for development that will make you competitive while answering to your clients’ needs the fastest you can. Let’s talk today of a must-have of DevOps: automation. If this automation is integrated since the beginning of your development, it will bring many advantages to your project and team!

Product backlog: the project’s source in scrum methodology

Product backlog: the project’s source in scrum methodology

2 minutes There is an essential element in scrum method: the product backlog. Artifact in scrum methodology, this list drives the entire project! In this article, we will explain to you what is a product backlog, who intervene in its conception and how your project is impacted by its content.

Scrum method: team, events and artifacts decrypted

Scrum method: team, events and artifacts decrypted

6 minutes You felt lost when you discovered for the first time the Scrum method? In order to master Scrum methodology for project’s management and sprint scheduling, you need to roll up your sleeves, like in cooking! Let’s simply begin with the list of essential elements for Agile Scrum method.

Agile sprint retrospective, the best questions for this meeting

Agile sprint retrospective, the best questions for this meeting

4 minutes In Agile project management, especially in Scrum’s method, we can find at each end of sprint the sprint retrospective. This time of discussion is crucial for the team’s project.
In order to make this retrospective really useful, and to ensure the time optimization for the development team or your product, the Scrum Master needs to ask the good questions, and let the team think about it. Discover all our advices and methodologies to realize Scrum’s sprint retrospectives useful and agile.

Discover the Product Owner’s function in Agile’s team

Discover the Product Owner’s function in Agile’s team

4 minutes In Agile’s project management, more specifically in Scrum method, each person inside the team’s project has his own mission. The development team works with the Scrum Master and the Product Owner, also called PO.

How to handle properly time in project management?

How to handle properly time in project management?

7 minutes In this article, we present you the laws and theories about time management in projects. It is essential to understand the principles of time management, in order to have impact on them, especially if you…

Definition Of Done: a recipe for optimal results

Definition Of Done: a recipe for optimal results

4 minutes Everybody has already lived this situation or a similar one. You are cooking your favorite chocolate’s cake. The plate is in the oven, the kitchen is cleared and the dishes are cleaned. You announce that your cake is done…

Continuous Integration: key step of DevOps’s process

Continuous Integration: key step of DevOps’s process

3 minutes Continuous Integration is an essential process! Indeed, it ensures quality, security, and a good time to market.
Today, I decided to explain what is Continuous Integration (known as CI). My goal is to show you why you should implement CI in your teams ! Your developers will say thank you.