Topic: nexus

A look at the Nexus Framework

Nexus, created by Scrum co-creator Ken Schwaber and his Scrum.org team, extends Scrum to guide multiple Scrum teams on how they need to work together to deliver working software in every Sprint. It shows the journey these teams take as they come together, how they share work between teams, and how they manage and minimize … continue reading

Scrum.org reveals new updates to the Nexus Guide

Scrum.org is announcing new updates to the Nexus Guide, the body of knowledge for using its Nexus framework to scale Scrum. The new updates focus on adding clarification as well as asserting the importance of transparency at scale. Scrum.org is designed to improve the profession of software delivery through training, certification assessments and community as … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android 8.1 final developer preview, Fugue’s new capabilities, and VMware and AWS expanded partnership

The final developer preview of Android 8.1 is now available. This is the last update Google plans to roll out before the operating system’s official launch. The latest update will have optimizations for Android Go and a new Neural Networks API, as well as several other enhancements. Android 8.1 will be available on all supported … continue reading

Eclipse Oxygen, the Android Things Console, and Sonatype acquires Vor Security — SD Times news digest: June 29, 2017

The Eclipse Foundation has announced Eclipse Oxygen is now available. The Oxygen release includes 83 projects, 287 committers, and about 71 million lines of code. “We’re proud to announce the arrival of Eclipse Oxygen, the 12th annual simultaneous release from the Eclipse Community,” the foundation wrote. Most notably missing from this release is support for … continue reading

Veracode’s State of Software Security Report, Symphony Software Foundation’s Open Developer Platform, and DevExpress open-sources TestCafe—SD Times news digest: Oct. 18, 2016

Veracode today released its findings from its annual State of Software Security Report, which revealed that the persistent use of components in software development is creating unmanaged risk. The report also found that companies can benefit if they accelerate their application security programs. Veracode found that a single popular component with a critical vulnerability spread … continue reading

Android 7.1 Developer Preview, Julia 0.5, and Cloud Migration Service from Logicworks—SD Times news digest: Oct. 12, 2016

Android is revealing Android 7.1 Nougat with its Developer Preview, including features for consumers and developers. The Developer Preview itself is available later this month, similar to what the Android team did with Android 7.0. Android 7.1 will have features for Daydream VR support, A/B system updates to app shortcuts, and image keyboard support. New capabilities for … continue reading

Google Code-in competition, Android OTA updates, and IBM Swift Sandbox—SD Times news digest: Dec. 8, 2015

Google wants students to go beyond an Hour of Code. The company has announced the Google Code-in competition, a seven-week competition where students work on real software projects and get help from mentors. Students can browse from hundreds of tasks from 14 open-source organizations ranging from healthcare, desktop and portable computing, to game development, and … continue reading

Adobe previews Project Comet, Google addresses Stagefright, and Red Hat joins the Node.js Foundation—SD Times news digest: Oct. 6, 2015

Adobe is working on a new solution for UX designers and developers. The company is previewing Project Comet, an end-to-end solution for creating and prototyping websites and mobile apps. It will provide intuitive layout tools, performance for wireframing and interface design, the ability to create interactive prototypes, real-time preview on devices, and the ability to … continue reading

Android to get monthly security patches from Google, LG and Samsung

It looks like Google, LG and Samsung no longer have stage fright when it comes to releasing security patches. Following the revelation that there was a bug nestled in Android’s Stagefright media library that affected the majority of devices, the companies have announced they will release monthly security updates. “With the recent security issues, we … continue reading

This is how you enterprise Scrum

It’s been almost 20 years since the term “enterprise Scrum” was coined, but despite the years of practice, organizations still don’t quite understand what it is or how to implement it. “There are a lot of users out there doing the technique, but unfortunately there is a large percentage that still doesn’t understand what it … continue reading

Google reveals Chromecast device

Newest offering bridges the gap between online video consumption and broadcast viewing; tablet update aims at college market … continue reading

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