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Machines, Code, People
Learn about best practices, cultural philosophies, great ideas and practically proven concepts - in 50 short articles Zühlke engineers share what they are passionate about.
In this book you will find many useful tips from various areas of today's tech industry. The range of topics covered includes the latest technical developments as well as collaboration topics and individual values and techniques, such as:
- The best technology is not always the best choice
- Some inconvenient truths about the digitalization of your business
- Fast tracking into new projects - take notes!
- When machine learning meets software engineering
- Your team needs a tech lead, not a lead techie
- Architectural programming
- Containerisation and why to use it
- The evolution of support and operations team setups
Zühlke Engineering is a partner for business innovation and has been combining business and technology expertise for over 50 years. Zühlke develops financially successful products, services and business models for today's digital world - all the way from the initial creation of an idea to its implementation and operation.
Christian Abegg (Hrsg.)
Christian is a software architect and has been working at Zühlke since 2007. In his project work, his passion goes into continuously improving quality, providing a rock-solid architecture, writing the right tests and setting up reliable build pipelines.
He never ceases to be amazed by what people can achieve together when they collaborate and work to each other's strengths.
Peter Gfader (Hrsg.)
Peter hates bad products. So, he joined scrum.org and Zühlke, where he works with people, teams and organisations to try to improve the software engineering profession. The drive for improvement (and the smell of coffee) gets him out of bed in the morning.
Peter is on a journey to make everyone happy. If he isn't riding a mountain bike or playing the trumpet, you might find him at a local user group, hanging out with other nerds!