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Domain-Specific Languages in Kotlin: the Type-Safe Builder pattern

Xebia

Domain-specific languages are one of Kotlin’s superpowers. If you build them right, you can offer users a fluent and elegant syntax that is readable and contains less boilerplate.

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How to Overcome Negative Perceptions for a Better Leadership Brand

Let's Grow Leaders

Overcoming an Outdated Leadership Brand. Have you ever felt like this? You’ve worked hard to build your leadership brand, but the negative perceptions linger.

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Sentiment Analysis in Python – A Quick Guide

The Crazy Programmer

Sentiment analysis is considered one of the most popular strategies businesses use to identify clients’ sentiments about their products or service. But what is sentiment analysis?

How to Say No at Work: Powerful Phrases to Stand Your Ground

Let's Grow Leaders

To Gain More Confidence Saying No at Work, Start with Your “Yes” It’s never easy to say no at work. After all, you want to be helpful, responsive, and a team player.

The Executive's Guide to Empathy-Driven ROI

In this guide from UserTesting, learn why empathy is at the heart of your organization's success, and how to promote a more customer-centric culture that's constantly testing its products, services, and messaging to ensure a strong connection with customers.

Agile Sustainability Initiative

Agile Alliance

The planet is facing many challenges, including war, hunger, the climate crisis, and the decline of democratic rights. All of these challenges are addressed by the United Nations’ seventeen sustainable development goals, and this is why they are important for the Agile community.

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Superhero Scrum Masters; helpful or bottleneck?

Xebia

Clark Kent is the legendary Superman. There. I’ve said it. The glasses didn’t stop me from finding out. Superman has unearthly powers, which makes sense as he’s not from Earth but planet Krypton.

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Scaling Predictive Analytics With AIOps to Drive Next-Gen SRE

DevOps.com

Enterprise systems are only as valuable as they are reliable, in the sense that they don’t suffer excessive breakdowns. Otherwise, companies experience costly downtime and added stress for engineers due to the additional burden of managing issues.

Loveable Leadership with Jeff Gibbard

Let's Grow Leaders

When your team thinks of you as a leader, is your leadership loveable?

Org Design Is Game Design: Make Yours a Cooperative

Agile Alliance

Forget points, leaderboards, competition. There are deeper principles in game design that apply to our teams and organizations — constructively. The post Org Design Is Game Design: Make Yours a Cooperative first appeared on Agile Alliance. People Process member

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Digital Transformation: The New Product

Speaker: Michael Cardy - Red Hat Chief Strategist, Jason Tanner - CEO of Applied Frameworks, and Mike Mace - VP of Market Strategy at UserTesting

Join us to learn how companies mitigate risks through usability testing and real-time qualitative feedback from customers to efficiently launch and develop digital products.

Scrum Masters facilitate change

Scrum.org

The Scrum Master accountability is different from the Product Owner and Developer accountability. Not just because operationally they do different things, but the Scrum Master is expected to act on a different level.

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Why Your Diversity & Inclusion Strategy Is Not Working

CEO Insider

A comprehensive Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) strategy should be part of the blueprint for any leading organization, but successfully implementing it can be a challenge even for leaders with the best of intentions.

The Real Pipeline

DevOps.com

I’ve made no secret of the fact that DevOps was a game-changing advance in how the business of IT was done. But people tend to get religious about the methodology and forget the point. That’s okay, DevOps has its roots in that mentality.

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The Org That BAPO Built

Agile Alliance

Conways Law - the concept that your product resembles your org structure - is a double-edged sword. If your organization is intentionally structured to optimize your strengths, it’s great! The post The Org That BAPO Built first appeared on Agile Alliance. Process member

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The Top 5 Business Outcomes Companies Can Achieve From Monitoring Consolidation

In this eBook, learn what the top five business outcomes are that organizations see when leveraging Datadog's end-to-end monitoring tool.

Spark Self-Organization In Groups With Open Space Technology

Scrum.org

Open Space Technology is probably the first Liberating Structure I experienced. Even though I didn’t know it was part of the Liberating Structures collection at that point in time.

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What Tech Companies Need To Know About Quiet Quitting

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Picture this: your employee is on vacation. Before taking their time off, they submitted all the tasks assigned. But, the manager reviewed their work after they left and drops them messages after messages.

Performance Optimization

DevOps.com

The post Performance Optimization appeared first on DevOps.com. ROELBOB devops humor parody professional responsibility satire

New Manager? Practical Advice for Human Centered Leaders

Let's Grow Leaders

Practical Advice for New Managers. (An An Asking for a Friend Interview with Bill Treasurer). Karin, I’m new to leadership. And, I really want to come off strong as a new manager. What recommendations do you have for starting off strong?” ” #askingforafriend.

How Collecting and Managing the Voice of the Customer Will Strengthen Your Product

Product teams strive to incorporate customers’ needs in everything they build, but this can’t be done without clear strategy, processes, and feedback loops in place. In this eBook, you'll learn how to build a robust voice of the customer program.

Undercurrents of Team Interactions

Agile Alliance

Effective teams deliver better results and more satisfaction. Yet, high team performance remains elusive. Unproductive conflict, personality mismatches, and poor communication undercut team efforts. The post Undercurrents of Team Interactions first appeared on Agile Alliance. People member

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Scrum Team Effectiveness: is the Scrum Master Accountable?

Scrum.org

. Can you be held accountable for something you cannot control? A Scrum Master does just that. Explore the challenges of leadership without authority as we look at the Scrum Master accountability in this video. . In a hurry? Read the video transcript.

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The 3 Biggest Changes On FaceCode Since You Were Last Here

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

We all love tasks when they are simplified, don’t we? FaceCode is an online coding assessment platform that renders the interview process simple.

Alleviating Developer Workflow Headaches by Moving to the Cloud

DevOps.com

Leaders in tech make one common mistake when it comes to serverless and cloud computing: They want to migrate their current environment exactly as it is to the cloud. That’s about as limiting as planning a flight path along the road network and deciding the route based on street-level traffic.

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Mitigating Risk in Digital Product Development

This guide from UserTesting will show you how digital product teams reduce risk, manage cost, and stay competitive by quickly innovating and iterating digital product development through utilizing human insight.

8 Ways You Can Set Your Goals by Thinking Creatively

CEO Insider

Think of companies that once offered a useful product or service, for example, Blockbuster. Now think of how you watch films at home. How do CEOs, professionals, and companies stay in the game and keep hitting home runs?

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Environmental Impact of Digital Products

Agile Alliance

Do you know what are the sustainability targets for your organization? Do you believe going digital is good for our climate and environment? The post Environmental Impact of Digital Products first appeared on Agile Alliance. Process member

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Generalist vs Specialist

Scrum.org

. Is having specialists on Scrum Teams a good or bad thing? Find out as we discuss the pros and cons of specialized skills on a Scrum Team. In a hurry? Read the video transcript

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Fogbugz goes dark

Successful Software

Today I got an email titled ‘Your Manuscript Account Balance’ which said: Your Manuscript account is now in arrears in the amount of $31.25. Use this link to specify a credit card for your account and we will use it to settle your balance: [link] *.fogbugz.com/default.asp?pg=pgEditCC

Modernizing Workloads with the Cloud: How to Improve Performance & Reduce Costs

In this eBook, you’ll learn how to migrate workloads to Azure and optimize performance for your serverless and containerized applications in Azure.

DevOps World 2022: A DevOps Retrospective

DevOps.com

With the seminal IT conference DevOps World 2022 in Orlando September 26 to September 29 upon us, I think about the pivotal industry conferences and events critical to my path to the cloud, DevOps and cloud-native.

Be a Better Leader by Wagging Your Tail

Thought Leaders LLC

Dogs can teach us a thing or two. Have you ever thought about how to apply canine behavior to your leadership style? There are interesting approaches your dog would encourage you to try if you want to be a better leader.

XP for Everyone: Unlocking High Performing Product Teams

Agile Alliance

Lots of organizations say they have high performing teams and good product culture, but the reality is that it’s rare to have both, and even rarer to know how to make changes to make it true. The post XP for Everyone: Unlocking High Performing Product Teams first appeared on Agile Alliance. People member

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