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AI adoption in the enterprise 2020

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Last year, when we felt interest in artificial intelligence (AI) was approaching a fever pitch, we created a survey to ask about AI adoption.

8 Tips for Holding Virtual Meetings During the COVID-19 Pandemic


In light of the increasing threat of the COVID-19 virus , a large number of nonprofits have temporarily transitioned to a remote workforce if possible. In this short post, we'd like to take a moment to share some best practices for holding virtual meetings during these times.

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Agile forecasting techniques for the next decade

The Old Farmer’s Almanac is the oldest continuously published periodical in North America. It was first published in 1792 by Robert B. Thomas who wanted an almanac “to be useful with a pleasant degree of humor. Many long-time Almanac followers claim that its forecasts are 80% to 85% accurate. .

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It’s Human Transformation, Not Digital Transformation

The Crazy Programmer

When asked about the defining process of the last decade, a lot of people would be tempted to answer with digital transformation. It’s understandable.

Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

Why parking app development is a good idea in 2020?


The number of vehicles all across the globe is increasing continuously. But, the number of parking spaces is limited. Therefore, drivers are not able to find the right place to park their vehicles and parking vehicles in a safe location is one of the major problems in today’s era.

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Remote work - How to work from home efficiently

. Interesting times have come. Due to danger of coronavirus spread many organizations decided to switch to the remote work model. Besides the influence on Scrum implementation, this might be a new situation for you personally.

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How my team manages to stay connected in times of isolation


The jokes must go on It sounds like a paradox. Contradictio in terminis, as the linguistic in me likes to put it. Staying connected in times of isolation. Now that most of us are working remotely, teams need to find ways to stay connected.


6 trends framing the state of AI and ML

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

O’Reilly online learning is a trove of information about the trends, topics, and issues tech leaders need to know about to do their jobs.

How to do effective video calls

Martin Fowler

During 2011-2012 there was a small but significant revolution in how we worked at ThoughtWorks. When we needed to communicate while separated we used to do telephone meetings, but within a year the telephone disappeared and we started using video calls instead.

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Building Healthy Innovation Ecosystems for Your Projects

Speaker: Nick Noreña, Innovation Coach and Advisor, Kromatic

In this webinar, Nick Noreña will walk through an Innovation Ecosystem Model that he and his team at Kromatic have developed to help investors, heads of product, teachers, and executives understand how they can best support innovation in their own ecosystem. He'll also go over metrics we can use to measure the health of our ecosystems as we build more resources for innovators.

Tips for Better Remote Meetings

Agile Alliance

As of this week, many people who are accustomed to going to the office are working from home. I myself am mostly staying at home, avoiding face-to-face interaction with colleagues and friends, especially those over 65 or with medical issues.

Alternative Scrum Framework Poster

We have redesigned our Scrum Framework poster and have made some changes. . . . Here is an explanation of the elements we have presented differently compared to the poster [1] and the reasons why: . Scrum Events . The Sprint .


Five Core Virtues For Data Science And Artificial Intelligence


Read Aaron Burciaga list the five core virtues for data science and artificial intelligence on Forbes : Virtues should be digitized.

Making the most out of remote EventStorming


A while back the virtual Domain-driven design meetup experimented with doing a remote EventStorming. The outcome was that doing remote EventStorming as you would do it offline is sub-optimal. The interaction was lacking during the storming parts, and the number of insights gained was lower.

Build vs Buy: 10 Hidden Costs of Building Analytics with UI Components

Many teams, as a logical first step, choose to build their own analytics with the help of UI components. But eventually you’ll find that doing it yourself and at scale has hidden costs. Consider these 10 factors when deciding whether you should build analytics features with UI components.

Falling Face-first into Learning

Agile Alliance

A few weeks back, a good friend Elizabeth Hendrickson tweeted about her approach to learning as being quite non-linear. Like her, this has been my approach to problem-solving, especially when dealing with complex problems.

Remote Agile (Part 1): Practices & Tools for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Product Owners

TL; DR: Remote Agile, Part 1: Practices & Tools for Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and Product Owners. Agile has always been about colocation, about direct communication, physical boards, and all the other haptic and analog moments to create value in the digital realm.

Technology and Leadership Lessons From Admiral Archie Clemins


I received word yesterday of the passing, far too young, of Archie Clemins. He passed after a two year battle with cancer. Upon hearing of this terribly sad news I was overcome with a rush of memories, some of which I want to capture here for their valuable leadership lessons.

Shift Left with OverOps and SonarQube


OverOps’ new SonarQube integration brings together the best in static and dynamic analysis to ensure your code is always production-ready. Most of us are very familiar with the famous Mark Zuckerberg declaration to “move fast and break things.”

Business Agile: A Roadmap for Transforming Your Management & Adapting to the VUCA Environment

Speaker: Peter Taylor, Speaker/Author, The Lazy Project Manager

Businesses everywhere are trying to “get business agile”—but it’s not easy to adapt to becoming this adaptive. How can conventional organizations succeed in this transformation? In this webinar, Peter Taylor will walk through the change process step by step, and look at a tried and tested transformation roadmap: benefits are outlined, solutions to common challenges offered, and tried and tested methods and tools provided. It will be a guide towards a decentralized and management style that offers more successful decision making through collaboration.

How to Cancel a Fetch Request

David Walsh

JavaScript promises have always been a major win for the language — they’ve led to a revolution of asynchronous coding that has vastly improved performance on the web. One shortcoming of native promises is that there’s no true way to cancel a fetch …until now.

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[VLOG] How To Use Scrum With Kanban

Hello Awesome People. I hope you are keeping yourself and family safe and well during this period. As some of you already requested on my channel's community page , in today's vlog I am sharing with you how to use Scrum with Kanban.


Tech Leaders: Volunteer To Fight Coronavirus By Joining


The organization is built and maintained by the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) and collaborators. The goal of this group of volunteers is to minimize the impact of the Coronavirus COVID-19 by providing useful data and guidelines for action.

Social Distancing in the Age of Automation

An unintended consequence of COVID-19 is that the practice of social distancing might remain long after the threat posed by the virus subsides. It seems as if COVID-19 (aka the Coronavirus) has appeared out of nowhere.

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BI Buyers Guide: Embedding Analytics in Your Software

The business intelligence market has exploded. And as the number of vendors grows, it gets harder to make sense of it all. Learn how to decide what features you need and get an evaluation framework for every technical and non-technical requirement you could imagine.

Where to Get Help with Programming Assignments?

The Crazy Programmer

Learning computer programming means you need to gather knowledge on various activities, such as decoding and encoding, integrating algorithms, and formulating and analyzing the algorithms according to their respective computer languages.

Recruiting Great Scrum Masters

Finding a Scrum Master is simple and complex. There are plenty of people out there who call themselves “Scrum Masters”, but how do you know if the person you are hiring really is a great Scrum Master? Well, let’s start with the people who do the recruiting.

The AI Impact for IoT: Why It’s a Must


Read Alyse Falk take a look at the impact of artificial intelligence on the Internet of Things on Toolbox : The Internet of Things (IoT) has been developing very quickly in the recent few years, it is expected that more devices will join the network in the future.

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A Taxonomy of Consequences

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More Effective Agile Leadership

Speaker: Steve McConnell, CEO, Construx Software

In this talk, Steve McConnell, CEO of Construx Software, distills hundreds of companies’-worth of real-world experience into the proven Agile leadership practices that work best. Steve will seamlessly thread together traditional approaches, early Agile approaches, modern Agile approaches, and the principles and context that underlie them all—creating an invaluable resource for Agile leaders, their teams, and their organizations.