Agile Enterprise Software Development with InfoQ

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Last year I started writing for InfoQ. is an online news / community site that aims to empower software developers by facilitating the spread of knowledge and innovation in the enterprise software development community.

InfoQ is organized as a practitioner-driven community service providing news, articles, video presentation & interviews – all designed for people influencing innovation in their teams: team leads, architects, project managers, engineering directors. is provided by C4Media, who also organizes the Qcon Conferences.

I’m an Editor for Agile on InfoQ, covering news on topics like Agile Adoption, Culture, Lean, Agile in the Enterprise, Governance, Measurements, Coaching, Collaboration, Teamwork, Professionalism, Feedback, Continuous Improvement and Lean Startup. And I will also be doing interviews, book reviews, articles, and coverage of conferences.

I like working with InfoQ. In the past months I’ve collaborated with inspiring persons on interesting topics.  I like to thank Jason Little, Tiago Garcez, Bruno Sbille, Lyssa Adkins, Yves Hanoulle, Capers Jones, Michael Azoff, Gary Gruver, Mike Young, Ken Rubin, Emmanuel Gaillot and many others: Thanks for sharing your experiences with me and the InfoQ readers!

Recent publications by me on InfoQ are:

If you have something that might be interesting for the InfoQ readers, feel free to contact me!

InfoQ is one of the Partners of Ben Linders. Other partners are (organizational change workshops and trainings) and (employee engagement, continuous improvement, customer engagement and feedback management).

(This blog was published feb 5 2013 and updated apr 19 2013: New articles and interviews added).

Ben Linders

I help organizations with effective software development and management practices. Active member of several networks on Agile, Lean and Quality, and a frequent speaker and writer.

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