1. Adam Crandell - MerMEId

    02:16

    from Haverford College Libraries / Added

    (Or, how to use mythical creatures to edit MEI-encoded MusicXML Metadata)

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    • Agile (is) Risk Management - Geir Amsjø

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      from Booster conference / Added

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      An interesting perspective on Agile: "The Software Development Risk Management Approach". Compared to traditional project management, Agile offer a completely different and more powerful way to handle risk. Should you try to avoid risk, or to minimise the consequences of failure? Well, if you want innovation you must dare to fail from time to time. The agile way is to accept failure and focus on how to minimise the consequences. How does this affect planning? Commitment? Company Culture? This talk will summarise and frankly just scratch the surface of this big topic. Recorded 11 March 2015 at the Booster conference in Bergen, Norway. www.boosterconf.no

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      • Agile Origami: a paper-folding parable of agile practices - Meg Natraj

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        from Roots conference / Added

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        Recorded 25 April 2012 at the Roots conference in Bergen, Norway. Abstract: An application of agile methodologies, explained through a rather unusual real-life case study. In a side project that began simply for fun, our development team found surprising parallels to our agile process. We began turning our completed Scrum task Post-Its into origami, and our paper-folding project eventually took on a life of its own. From iterative development and project estimation to changing priorities and even distributed development, we saw the principles of our new agile process reinforced by the colorful pieces of paper in our hands.

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        • A kind of story mapping - Ingvald Skaug

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          Attendees will hear about an experience with lightweight planning for a team in a big company. At the heart of it is a kind of story map, a single-page plan of sorts. It is a simple tool for discovery and continuous planning with stakeholders. A few keywords, sources of elements in this custom tool: User story mapping, #NoEstimates, feature slicing.

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          • Alexis Ohanian - Lightning Talk - Keeping it real - Business of Software 2008

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            from The BLN & Business of Software / Added

            a tongue in cheek overview of how to set up and run your start up.

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            • Alle prosjekter bør gjennomføre brukertesting! - Ram Yoga

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              from Booster conference / Added

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              Skal programmet dere utvikler brukes av mennesker? Da bør det brukertestes! Brukergrensesnitt kan ha feil på lik linje som kode. Den beste måten å avdekke feil på er å få reelle brukere til å løse faktiske oppgaver mens dere observerer. Gjør det enkelt, og dere kan gjennomføre flere runder med testing. Alt dere trenger er et møterom, noen oppgaver, noe å teste på, og noen potensielle brukere. Recorded 13 March 2013 at the Booster conference in Bergen, Norway. www.boosterconf.no

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              • All you need to know about TypeScript (in 10 minutes) - Torstein Nicolaysen

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                There have been several attempts at patching static typing into JavaScript, but none have had any notable success. TypeScript is different. Aligning with the EcmaScript 6 standard, it is a simple superset of JavaScript that’s easy and intuitive to learn for anyone with knowledge of JavaScript. In this talk you will learn what it is, what’s new, how it differs from JavaScript, where the dragons are and where it will go from here. The speaker have looked into TypeScript extensively and used it in production code. Come get the distilled version of what you need to know! Recorded 13 March 2013 at the Booster conference in Bergen, Norway. www.boosterconf.no

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                • Amplify Learning In Your Organization - Matt Barcomb

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                  Learning organizations sound great to just about everyone. But can you do to actually start growing them? This talk focuses on what you can do. We’ll cover a set of practices, from individual to organizational that can help amplify learning where you work! Recorded 11 March 2015 at the Booster conference in Bergen, Norway. www.boosterconf.no

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                  • AndEngine 101

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                    from JavaZone / Added

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                    AndEngine er et opensource rammeverk for å utvikle 2D spill til Android. Det tilbyr et forenklet API til openGL og det kan enkelt knyttes til Box2D for å impl. fysikk. Denne lyntalen vil presentere hvordan man kommer i gang med versjon GLES2, som benytter seg av OpenGL ES 2.0.

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                    • Andriod App Security - What (not) to do! - Thomas Methlie

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                      from Roots conference / Added

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                      Recorded 25 April 2012 at the Roots conference in Bergen, Norway. Abstract (NB: slides in enlish, spoken in norwegian): In December 2011, around 10 billion Android apps had been downloaded and as of January 2012, there are over 400,000 apps available in Android Market. Unfortunately, the skills and knowledge of many developers does not match their ambitions and as such leave their apps riddled with bugs and security holes. Reports indicate as much as 40% of apps use hard-coded cryptographic keys! Some of the most common weaknesses are sensitive data leakage, unsafe sensitive data storage and transmission and hardcoded passwords/keys. This talk aims at giving anyone interested in app development a quick overview of some of the (security) mistakes developers do today and how to avoid them.

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