On October, 9th this year’s third jambit-CoffeeTalks take place. All jambitees and interested jambitees-to-be are very welcome to join the presentations about current IT issues and trends (45-60 min.) by our employees as well as external speakers. Between the presentations and afterwards, jambit invites everyone for discussions and networking over a good cup of jambit-coffee.
Scrum is Dead
The statement „Scrum is Dead” regularly appears in lectures and blog posts in recent times. In general, Scrum is often ridiculed by different parties… and quite rightly! Scrum is one of the most often wrongly or badly implemented process frameworks. A Scrum Master explains how to handle this fact. In sum: A paradoxical lecture.
Enterprise Application Integration with JMS at the Baader Bank
Baader Bank is one of the leading securities trading banks in the German-speaking area. The speaker works there as software developer and is involved in the development of a system for securities settlement. He explains the use of Java Messaging Service for smooth and safe processing of securities transactions and shows a practical example in Java using Spring Integration.
Practical experiences with Test Driven Development
In this lecture, a software architect talks about the implementation of Test Driven Development at a pharmaceutical wholesaler. He gives an overview of the techniques he considers essential for a successful implementation: good test frameworks, acceptance tests, test-DSL’s, test data factories, backdoors and continuous integration.