Paul Hammant's blog: DevOps and Continuous Delivery expert, architect, coder (28 years professionally), tester, tool creator, legacy rejuvenator, senior exec, inventor, design pattern and general pioneer, pundit.
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Last 30 Blog Entries
- September 23rd, 2017 » Wikis that use source-control for their backing store
- September 17th, 2017 » The number of pre-production environments
- September 17th, 2017 » 'Old-School' Merkle Trees Rock
- September 17th, 2017 » Merkle Trees In Pictures
- September 1st, 2017 » Smalltalk Envy
- August 28th, 2017 » BDD Acceptance Criteria Pay For Themselves Multiple Times
- August 24th, 2017 » Another Architecture Diagram
- August 21st, 2017 » A Cynical View Of Bonus Calculations
- August 6th, 2017 » Environment Creation Times in Modern Teams
- July 9th, 2017 » Alignment and Autonomy and Quorums
- June 29th, 2017 » Trying out UpWork for small programming jobs
- June 22nd, 2017 » An Aspect of DevOps Improvements: The Reduction of Cycle Times
- June 17th, 2017 » Developers Activities Shouldn't Change With Proximity To Release Dates
- May 14th, 2017 » TodoMVC and given-when-then scenarios
- May 13th, 2017 » Maven Central as multiple Git repositories
- May 1st, 2017 » Scoring Continuous Integration
- April 20th, 2017 » 'The Build'
- April 8th, 2017 » Node.QML would have been the key to the Ubuntu Phones's success
- April 7th, 2017 » Tech Debt - Balance Sheets
- April 4th, 2017 » Benchmarking a Java/Maven monorepo
- April 1st, 2017 » Often forgotten must-haves for Continuous Delivery teams
- March 28th, 2017 » Monorepos with recursive or directed-graph build technologies?
- March 26th, 2017 » Speedy builds using Service Virtualization (SV) explained in diagrams
- March 25th, 2017 » Repositories vs release cadences
- March 25th, 2017 » Engineering led companies
- February 14th, 2017 » Pre-commit Continuous Integration infrastructure is cheaper than post-commit (for high throughput teams)
- February 14th, 2017 » Fake News Via Continuous Isolation
- February 13th, 2017 » Wire Mocking Without A Service Virtualization Framework
- February 12th, 2017 » Shared-Nothing Builds
Go to my archive for a full list of entries going back to 2002.
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Speeches, Articles elsewhere, etc
- OReilly’s OCSCON (Portland OR, 2004): Constructor Dependency Injection with PicoContainer - A post J2EE Nirvana (Portland, OR). My Blog Entry and Slides for the same.
- Agile India (Bangalore, 2006): TDD, Refactoring and Dependency Injection (Agile’s answer to “Big Up-Front Architecture” : BUFA) (Bangalore)
- Agile India (Bangalore, 2006): Selenium Workshop (Bangalore)
- Agile 2009 (Chicago): Selenium and JBehave : A surprisingly successful shotgun wedding (Chicago). Second link. Co-presented with Mauro Talevi.
- Perforce MERGE conference (San Francisco, Sept 2014) - Keynote session Trunk-Based Development in the Enterprise - Its Relevance and Economics
- Perforce MERGE conference (San Francisco, Sept 2014) - PANEL: Development Patterns for Continuous Delivery
- Perforce MERGE conference (San Francisco, Sept 2014) - An unrecorded Workshop on Trunk-Based Development
- June 20, 2012: The IEEE’s Austin Texas Chapter Client-Side MVC: The Next Big Thing for Enterprise Application Development. Video too.
- Apr 21, 2016: Panelist discussing "Pioneers, Settlers and Town Planners" (with Kevin Behr, and Jabe Bloom) at a Technology Workshop organizased by Hedge Fund Managzine
DZone eZine - article syndication
- An article commissioned specifically for DZone (2012) - The Shift Towards Client-Side MVC
- DZone syndicates articles from this blog. There are more than a hundred of my articles syndicated, so far.
- May 2006: Simple JAVA and .NET SOA interoperability. Commissioned for their very first edition!
Java Developer Journal
- Dec 2003: Inversion of Control Rocks. Duplicated here and here. The article was prettier in the print edition, which is sadly no longer available online.
- 2010: Some of my artwork from a blog entry was used in Jez Humble and Dave Farley's Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation.
- 2015: Some of my artwork from a blog entry was used in Jez Humble, Joanne Molesky, Barry O'Reilly's Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organizations Innovate at Scale .
Getting in touch
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