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The value of respect can be a gift!

Scrum.org

A few years ago, I became acquainted with a lady running a charity for a child who was having medical bills pile up. She was holding a charity bazaar to raise money for the child's family.

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Lifespans in Technology: Lazlo the Software Developer

DevOps.com

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Strive For Balance

Scrum.org

Extremes are everywhere - with nutrition, training, health, mindset, software, hardware, frameworks, business, competition , process, tools and people etc. Strive for balance.

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The Hidden Costs of Developing a Mobile Application

The Crazy Programmer

More and more companies are realizing just how valuable a mobile application can be for their businesses. However, they also tend to make a very common mistake: they begin development without considering all of the costs associated with the process.

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From Build to Buy: The Path to Better Analytics for Your Application

Speaker: Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Logi Analytics

Making the transition from building your analytics in-house to investing in a third-party embedded solution can be complicated.Watch this webinar with Ardeshir Ghanbarzadeh, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Logi Analytics, for tips on making the transition as smooth as possible, and getting on the right path to better analytics for your app!

But Wait, There’s More! The Trouble With DevOps Tools

DevOps.com

DevOps tools today increasingly are no longer out-of-the-box ready for use. And that’s an aggravating issue Imagine you bought a new power tool—a sweet battery-powered drill/screwdriver that did everything you needed.

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Farming-as-a-Service: Could Robots Feed the World?

The New Stack

Over the last few years, entrepreneurs have been experimenting with new kinds of farms. They’re indoors, often vertical, and sometimes, they involve robots. (Or Or at least, automation.)

Another Immovable Spreadsheet

The Daily WTF

Steve had been working as a web developer, but his background was in mathematics. Therefore, when a job opened up for internal transfer to the "Statistics" team, he jumped on it and was given the job without too much contest.

Preparation for Mobile App Release

Openxcell

If there’s one thing we’ve learned following quite a while of distributing applications to the app store on the most proficient method is how to release an app.

Identifying the Infodemic Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

Teradata

Fighting the pandemic means fighting the misinformation that comes along with it. That's why one of our Global COVID-19 Hackathon teams created a tool to help identify fake news

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Data Analytics in the Cloud for Developers and Founders

Speaker: Javier Ramírez, Senior AWS Developer Advocate, AWS

You have lots of data, and you are probably thinking of using the cloud to analyze it. But how will you move data into the cloud? In which format? How will you validate and prepare the data? What about streaming data? Can data scientists discover and use the data? Can business people create reports via drag and drop? Can operations monitor what’s going on? Will the data lake scale when you have twice as much data? Is your data secure? In this session, we address common pitfalls of building data lakes and show how AWS can help you manage data and analytics more efficiently.

The New Dynamic Cyber Threat Environment

The Cipher Brief

This expert-driven national-security insight can’t be generated for free. We invite you to support quality content by becoming a Cipher Brief Level I Member. Joining this experienced security-focused community is only $10/month (for an annual $120/yr membership).

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