Monthly Archives: June 2012

Accelerate your application development

It has been a bit quiet on our blog for a longer time. Urs and I were pretty busy raising a new child. We long dreamed about a general overhaul of our pet project bbv.Common. We have long been searching for … Continue reading

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Bootcamps 2012

Three teams are currently building up their knowledge in Barcelona (.NET System Services), Montano Lucino/Como (Testing Services) and Flims (Embedded System Services). bbv Software Services encourages and supports ongoing personal and technical development. Furthermore our bootcamps are a great and fun … Continue reading

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Acceptance Test Driven Development

This is the presentation I gave at the .Net System Event by bbv Software Services AG in Lucerne in June 2012:

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Our latest Booklet on «Continuous Integration» now available

Die Fähigkeit, qualitativ hochstehende Software zu entwickeln und dabei stetig auf sich ändernde Anforderungen reagieren zu können, zeichnet ein gutes Software-Entwicklungsteam aus. Agile Methoden wie Scrum oder Test Driven Development haben genau dies zum Ziel. Continuous Integration ist ein Teil … Continue reading

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Holen Sie sich gratis unsere neusten Windows Azure Booklets

Microsoft bietet mit der Azure Plattform das zurzeit kompletteste Angebot im Bereich Public Cloud. Roland Krummenacher, Senior-Softwareingenieur bei der bbv Software Services AG, zeigt im Booklet «Softwaremigration nach Windows Azure» einen möglichen Weg, das Angebot der Azure Plattform für die … Continue reading

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bbv Planning Poker – Team Edition now available on Google Play

This brand new amazing App allows your team to estimate your product backlog in an effective and efficient way. Planning Poker is a consensus-based technique to estimate the effort or complexity of work items such as user stories in agile … Continue reading

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