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Philip Wang

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Agile Tour 2014 HangZhou Stop was held at Perficient China GDC

December 6th, as the sponsorship role, Perficient China GDC held the Agile Tour 2014 HangZhou Stop successfully. 106 Agile fans gathered in 6F of ShuiYou Building from 8:30 AM to 17:00 PM and enjoyed an one day Agile Tour.

Two “shipping” ways of using docker

Docker is a platform for developers and sysadmins to develop, ship, and run applications. Ship the “Dockerized” app and dependencies anywhere – to QA, teammates, or the cloud – without breaking anything. It’s one of the most important purposes to use docker. In Vernon Stinebaker‘s earlier post “Docker, mobile, and putting things in boxes“, he […]

Checkout SVN repository from Mountain Lion 10.8.2

I got a chance to work on old MacBook Pro recently. Get the memory upgraded to 8GB from 4GB, OS X upgraded to Mountain Lion 10.8.2 from Snow Leopard 10.6.8. Everything seems good from the few days trying. But when I tried to connect to SVN this morning, I could not checkout! SSL handshake failed: […]

Perficient hosts Agile Tour 2011 – HangZhou

As another example of our successful hosting of agile events, Perficient held Agile Tour 2011 HangZhou Stopon Saturday, November 26th. 134 people including 7 speakers gathered together to talk, to learn, and to share. 2011 is the year of Agile Manifesto 10 year Anniversary. When various organizations and teams have passed the “increasing awareness” stage, […]

Six Patting

‘Six patting’ is a famous Chinese software development management story. Patting 1: Under the increased competitive pressure, a project manager wins a big contract by patting his head – giving a very aggressive estimation, both from schedule and cost perspective. Patting 2: The project manager’s boss heard the good news, talks to the project manager […]

CI tools reference

Continuous Integration, was raised by Martin Fowler in 1999 . The fundamental CI feature is to fetch source code from code base timely(or by detecting code change), build automatically, inform the build result to development team. Now, as a key software development practice, it’s wildly adopted by different projects, whatever it’s a Waterfall project or […]

Can you tell me your project quality status?

A GDC project manager states his project status in the PMO meeting, “# of report design documents are in process, # of report design documents are completed, # of report design documents are not started… Regarding the quality, # of design documents passed review…” ‘Waterfall~ Waterfall~‘ other PMO members sing for him with the sarcasm […]

Applying the 7 phases of the waterfall model to Agile

When I started my study of software engineering at university, I thought the Waterfall model was such a beautiful model which would lead the team to deliver a system successfully. There are 7 typical phases identified in Waterfall model and they are followed one by another in sequence. 1. Requirements specification 2. Design 3. Construction […]