October, 2021

Difference between Data and Information

The Crazy Programmer

Information is an ancient term that dates back to the 1300s and is derived from Old French and Middle English. It has historically referred to “the act of informing,” mostly in the context of education, training, or other forms of knowledge transfer.

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A Scrum Flight Checklist

Agile Alliance

Are you concerned that your team might have strayed from the foundational principles of Scrum? This checklist will help you stay on track. The post A Scrum Flight Checklist first appeared on Agile Alliance. Process scrum Teams

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A Blueprint for Securing Software Development

DevOps.com

Software development has changed dramatically in recent years, as technologies like DevOps, application containers, and cloud-native transform how software is built and distributed.

Responsible Tech Playbook

Martin Fowler

Those of us developing software don’t need to be told what a big impact it’s had on humanity this century. I’ve long maintained that this places a serious responsibility on our profession. Whether asked to or not, we have a duty to ensure our systems don’t degrade our society.

How CTOs Can Discover the True Value of AI and ML With DevOps

Speaker: Eran Kinsbruner, Best-Selling Author, TechBeacon Top 30 Test Automation Leader & the Chief Evangelist and Senior Director at Perforce Software

In this session, Eran Kinsbruner will cover recommended areas where artificial intelligence and machine learning can be leveraged for DevOps productivity.

Guide To Creating Candidate Personas For Tech Teams

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Hiring in the post-pandemic world is harder than ever. As recruiters, you would have already heard about the Great Resignation, and how tight the job market is.

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Difference between Firmware and Operating System (OS)

The Crazy Programmer

In this article, we will understand the difference between firmware and operating system. Also, we will try to find out some significant differences between these two important terms. Most people consider firmware as the software, but actual firmware is not the software.

How I Got Fired As A Scrum Master

Scrum.org

Being a Scrum Master can be tough. You are accountable for helping organisations change the way they approach complex work. You are there to help them adopt an empirical approach to dealing with change and uncertainty.

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Accessible Developer Experience

Agile Alliance

Conway’s Law states an organization will design systems that reflect that organization’s communication structure. In other words, how we make a product manifests in the product itself. Is it any surprise that overall our industry is terrible at accessibility?

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Foreword to "The Art of Agile Development"

Martin Fowler

James Shore has revised his book "The Art of Agile Development". I'm pleased to write a foreword for this book as it is solid guide to learning how to get past faux-agile and develop the skills you need to get the benefits of the agile way of work.

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Omnichannel is Multichannel 2.0

Multichannel and omnichannel marketing are not the same. Many organizations are striving for omnichannel, but it can be a daunting journey—unless you have a map. Download your copy of the ultimate omnichannel guide today!

4 Reasons Why Coding Interviews Are Broken

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Spoiler alert: I’m not a coder. And I’ve never had a coding interview. But I work for a company whose flagship product for sale is a coding interview tool. So knowing a little bit about the ABCs of conducting great coding interviews that candidates love helps me do my job better.

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Everything you need to know about Video Watermarki

Andy Francis

In the last 10 years, over 100 unique streaming services have launched around the world, with a mass acceleration of new services launched in 2020 as a result of the pandemic.

How to Become A Pro Video Game Developer in 2021

The Crazy Programmer

There are several important steps to become a pro video game developer in 2021. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, video game revenue has surged over 20%. Indeed, consumers are to video games on web, mobile, and console formats to stay entertained through the pandemic.

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Five Things Every Starting Scrum Master Should Know

Scrum.org

When I started as a Scrum Master, the thing that scared me the most was how to translate those lofty ideals into actual down-to-earth behavior.

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Achieving Elite and High Performance DevOps Using DORA Metrics

Speaker: Nico Krüger, Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar

Join Nico Krüger, Senior Director of Solutions Engineering at Rollbar, for advanced insight on taking the use of DORA Metrics to greater heights.

Structured concurrency: will Java Loom beat Kotlin's coroutines?

Xebia

Kotlin and Java Loom: structured concurrency for the masses. Java, as slow adopter of new concepts is getting structured concurrency as part of the Loom project. This addition enables native support for coroutines (termed virtual threads) in Java. What does that mean for Java & Kotlin developers?

Five Simple Rules About Problems

Agile Alliance

Problem solving is central to a product team. But how do you know which problems to solve? More importantly, how can you tell which problems you shouldn't? Lean product management is all about reducing waste and maximizing value. But waste still abounds.

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The Torture Never Stops

DevOps.com

The post The Torture Never Stops appeared first on DevOps.com. ROELBOB GraphQL gRPC humor parody REST satire SOAP

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CVE-2021-41773: Path Traversal Zero-Day in Apache HTTP Server Exploited

Tenable

The Apache HTTP Server Project patched a path traversal vulnerability introduced less than a month ago that has been exploited in the wild. Background.

Put Your Data to Work: The Complete Playbook

Turn your data into a competitive advantage. This playbook contains: Exclusive stats, research & insights on how the pandemic affected businesses. A comprehensive “Request For Proposal” (RFP) checklist and an interactive quiz to test your data knowledge.

8 Best Mouse for Programming in India 2021

The Crazy Programmer

Programmers have to spend a huge amount of their time on the computer and because of these long hours of mouse usage, they develop Repetitive Strain Injuries. And using a standard mouse can aggravate these injuries.

3 Ways Organizations Use Measures Poorly

Scrum.org

I am often asked what Scrum Teams and organizations should measure. And while measurement is important, it's not just about what we measure. It's about understanding why we measure and how we use those measures. And well, that's what actually helps you figure out what to measure.

Structured concurrency: will Java Loom beat Kotlin’s coroutines?

Xebia

Kotlin and Java Loom: structured concurrency for the masses. Java, as slow adopter of new concepts is getting structured concurrency as part of the Loom project. This addition enables native support for coroutines (termed virtual threads) in Java. What does that mean for Java & Kotlin developers?

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Lessons Learned in Becoming a Product-Centric Organization

Agile Alliance

How do you shift from a component, technology aligned organization to a product-centric organization? This is a challenge many organizations are now facing as they aspire to go beyond agile at the team level and align their whole organization for product-centric discovery and delivery. This experience report shares the story of a transformation to product-centricity … Continued. The post Lessons Learned in Becoming a Product-Centric Organization first appeared on Agile Alliance.

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The Retailer’s Guide to Marketing Data

Retailers are faced with extraordinary challenges – from changing consumer needs to unpredictable twists & turns in the economy. Learn how innovative retailers use zero-, first-, second-, and third-party data to find their best customers and drive repeat purchases.

3 Practices to Help Build a Strong Data Culture

Dataiku

Let’s be frank — creating a lasting data culture in your company isn’t going to happen overnight. No technology you install or datasets you gather will do that for you.

The Role of APIs in Mainframe Modernization

DevOps.com

Mainframes are historically clunky systems. They are incredibly secure and can process impressive calculations, yet they are complex to manage and challenging to extract data from.

Materialized View vs View – Know the Difference

The Crazy Programmer

View is made by ‘Create View’ command and is a virtual table. View, the virtual data have the data extracted from the query expression in the ‘Create View’ command. A “view” can be made from one or more basic views or tables.

[VLOG] Don't Downgrade Your Definition of "Done", Level Up Your Agility.

Scrum.org

What's good this week awesome people? I hope you are all having an awesome week. In today's vlog I would like to come back to the fundamentals of Scrum. done increment. In Scrum, done means releasable.

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11 Email Deliverability Strategies to Reach the Inbox

With nearly 1 in 5 emails from U.S. senders failing to reach the inbox, deliverability challenges still plague senders and prevent email campaign success. Check out this deliverability guide for actionable strategies and real-world examples of companies applying smart inboxing tactics.

Structured concurrency: will Java Loom beat Kotlin’s coroutines?

Xebia

Kotlin and Java Loom: structured concurrency for the masses Java, as slow adopter of new concepts is getting structured concurrency as part of the Loom project. This addition enables native support for coroutines (termed virtual threads) in Java. What does that mean for Java & Kotlin developers?

Supporting The Agile Alliance

Agile Alliance

I want to encourage everyone to join the Agile Alliance, and help support the only independent group whose focus is maintaining the original intent and spirit of the Agile Manifesto. The post Supporting The Agile Alliance first appeared on Agile Alliance. Community The Alliance Featured

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Hybrid IT: Cloud and legacy tech must live together in peace

DXC

Are you trying to introduce new ways of working and deliver new value to your business via cloud while having to cope with legacy technologies (which will potentially be around for years to come)? Are you trying to fit your old ways of working onto your new technologies?