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Why Low-Code/No-Code Tech is Important in a Competitive Job Market

The demand for tech professionals is increasing exponentially as digital skills become a requirement for businesses. However, the world is facing a serious shortage of tech professionals. According to a forecast by the World Economic Forum, 50% of the world’s labor force will need to upskill in order to keep pace with technological advancements and […] The post Why Low-Code/No-Code Tech is Important in a Competitive Job Market appeared first on

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My Ultimate Ten Point Guide to Personal Time Management Tactics and Strategies

Next Level Blog

In more than 20 years of executive coaching, I long ago lost count of the number of conversations I’ve been in about the challenges of personal time management. A quick count today of 15 years of my blog posts suggests that I’ve written on the topic at least a couple of dozen times. So, in the interest of helping you manage your time more effectively and saving you time while you do it, here’s my ultimate (for now) guide to personal time management tactics and strategies.

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In DevOps, Chatbots are a People Problem

By now, you are undoubtedly aware that you can call up a chatbot or install an AI assistant into your IDE and generate entry-level code and deployment scripts. Indeed, if you just go to a site like ChatGPT and enter “generate Python code to do X” where X is something you need to be done–or […] The post In DevOps, Chatbots are a People Problem appeared first on

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Why are Recruiters Switching to Lateral Hiring?

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

What happens when you have been consistently ordering a Margherita pizza and a Choco lava cake every time you visit Domino’s Pizza? Well, you know the exact order you want to place. You know the crust and toppings you want over your pizza. You don’t waste much time thinking about what to order. Isn’t it? That’s what happens with lateral hiring too. Lateral hiring is nothing but hiring specialists in your organization for a particular job role instead of investing time in training entry-level emp

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The Best Product Strategy Is a Customer-Facing Portfolio Strategy

Speaker: John Mansour - President, Product Management University

You know that sinking feeling. You’ve come up with a winning product strategy, everyone’s on board and energized, and you’re halfway down the path to execution only to have it submarined by something someone convinced your leadership was more strategic! It’s a scenario that’s all too familiar and it exemplifies one of the biggest struggles with individual product strategies.

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The Cleantech Revolution is Finally Here

CEO Insider

We’ve heard it for decades. We have been ‘on the brink’ of a clean industrial revolution seemingly forever. It never came. Now it’s here and, as always, driven by government policy. The threat from climate change has been the subject of conversation, activism, and often aggressive debate for decades. It has successfully laid solid foundations […] The post The Cleantech Revolution is Finally Here appeared first on CEOWORLD magazine.

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The value of membership

Agile Alliance

Access training, resources, networking, and more at Agile Alliance. Active engagement leads to exponential growth in value. Join the diverse community of Agilests today. The post The value of membership first appeared on Agile Alliance.

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3 things cybersecurity pros can learn from hurricane preparation


The Atlantic hurricane season brings about seven hurricanes each year, three of which are considered major storms. These devastating events have horrific impacts on the communities in their paths—Hurricane Ian alone cost $100 billion in total losses when it hit Florida last year.

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AWS Cost Optimization in 5 Perspectives – Service Rightsizing


Introducing Cloud Financial Management What makes cloud cost management so difficult? The main reason for the lack of cost control is that cloud costs are complex. Cloud bills can easily grow up to thousands of cost line items. Service billing models are also diverse and complex. Each cloud service has specific characteristics and cost elements, sometimes up to tens of elements on an individual service.

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5 Generations of Computer

The Crazy Programmer

Computers are necessary devices that we use on the daily basis. Here we will discuss the overview, definition of the generation of computers, historical context, importance, objective, and more. The evolution of computer systems is usually discussed in terms of the evolution of different generations. The generation of computers differentiated on the basis of the advancement of computers.

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The New GTM Playbook: 18 Ways to Future-Proof Your Sales Team

Longer sales cycles. Increasingly discerning buyers. More meetings. Intensifying competition. Economic uncertainty. Go-to-market teams of every size, in every industry, are grappling with these challenges firsthand. Thankfully, there’s an answer. We’ve developed an entirely new way for GTM leaders to identify and execute proven, data-driven strategies that drive revenue.

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One vital way to ensure your team’s busy day leads to better results

Let's Grow Leaders

From Counting to Quality: Help Your Busy Team Work Smarter Last week, we talked about meaningful metrics , focusing on the game, not the score, and identifying and isolating the daily habits most likely to lead to success. Today we go a level deeper with a practical way to ensure your team’s busy day is worth it– giving them the breakthrough results they’re working so hard to achieve.

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Brass Birmingham becomes #1 on BoardGameGeek

Martin Fowler

A couple of weeks ago Brass Birmingham became the 8th game to top the ratings on BoardGameGeek - here's why I like it so much more…

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The “suspend + receivers” style in Kotlin


The "suspend + receivers" style The Arrow project, in particular starting with its 2.0 version, promotes a specific style of Kotlin to achieve composability of effects. Functional programming patterns inspire many concepts, but the specific implementation differs from Haskell’s or Scala’s typical way of doing things (monads, IO , and transformers).

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Choosing the Right IT Staffing Model for Your Business A Comprehensive Guide

OTS Solutions

There are different staffing models and IT staffing services available throughout the world. If you are also looking for staffing services, then this blog is for you. By the end of this blog, you will understand the crucial points you must remember while hiring a Staffing agency for your business. In this blog, we also discuss different staffing models based on your requirements.

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Value-Driven AI: Applying Lessons Learned from Predictive AI to Generative

Speaker: Data Robot

Enterprise AI maturity has evolved dramatically over the past 5 years. Most enterprises have now experienced their first successes with predictive AI, but the pace and scale of impact have too often been underwhelming. Now generative AI has emerged and captivated the minds and imaginations of leaders and innovators everywhere. Join our DataRobot experts to reflect on lessons learned from helping hundreds of enterprises grow their AI maturity over the past 5 years.

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How to Increase Trust in Your Remote Team (with video)

Let's Grow Leaders

How to Increase Trust in Your Remote Team When You’re Rarely in the Same Room “Hey Karin, I have a great team, but they’re spread out ALL OVER THE WORLD. I wouldn’t say we have a trust issue, but I would like to find some additional ways to INCREASE TRUST. What do you suggest? Today on #askingforafriend I’m taking you on a road trip to Virginia, on my way to give a keynote and talk about how to increase trust in a highly dispersed remote or hybrid team along the way

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What Is Dumbing Us Down?

CEO Insider

At a party in rural Virginia, I listened as three military retirees carried on about the horrors of government and taxes, never stopping to think that every penny they earned came from government taxes. What is dumbing so many people down? This could be the question of our age, to answer before it’s too late. […] The post What Is Dumbing Us Down?

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Flutter Map – Getting Started


A couple of days ago, I had the idea of building a Flutter app that would show the translation of an inputted word over each country in their respective languages on a map. I wanted to be able to see how languages developed and changed geographically. I had never built mobile apps or manipulated maps before, but I wanted to give it a try anyway. Being able to compile my code to iOS, Android, and Web without relying on multiple code bases made me decide to build it with Flutter.

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Top 17 Industry Applications of ChatGPT

Daffodil Software

ChatGPT, the conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI) developed by OpenAI and backed by Microsoft, has taken several industries by storm. A number of AI solutions are set to change how businesses function and ChatGPT is expected to rule the roost for the next decade or so. Whether engaging the customer in new ways, enhancing workflows, or assisting with coding, the potential applications of ChatGPT are endless.

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ERP Migration: Why Data Quality Comes First

We are living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work, and the way that organizations function. Automation and machine learning are augmenting human intelligence, tasks, jobs, and changing the systems that organizations need in order not just to compete, but to function effectively and securely in the modern world. These momentous changes raise huge organizational, digital and data challenges – at a time when business leaders are already wrestling with unprecedented risks, disrup

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Cybersecurity Snapshot: A ChatGPT Special Edition About What Matters Most to Cyber Pros


Since ChatGPT’s release in November, the world has seemingly been on an “all day, every day” discussion about the generative AI chatbot’s impressive skills, evident limitations and potential to be used for good and evil. In this special edition, we highlight six things about ChatGPT that matter right now to cybersecurity practitioners. 1 - Don’t use ChatGPT for any critical cybersecurity work yet Despite exciting tests of ChatGPT for tasks such as finding coding errors and software vulnerabiliti

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Technology Trends for 2023

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

This year’s report on the O’Reilly learning platform takes a detailed look at how our customers used the platform. Our goal is to find out what they’re interested in now and how that changed from 2021—and to make some predictions about what 2023 will bring. A lot has happened in the past year. In 2021, we saw that GPT-3 could write stories and even help people write software ; in 2022, ChatGPT showed that you can have conversations with an AI.

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Leading from Gratitude with Dan Ram

Let's Grow Leaders

Leading with gratitude and mastering connection have been keys to driving the success of event MC & Speaker, Dan Ram. Dan has hosted changemakers like President Barack Obama, billionaire founders Sir Richard Branson and Reid Hoffman, Grammy-winning artists, and celebrities. In this episode, you get practical ways to posture your mentality for gratitude, create connections, and find ways to invest in others to help build a future we all want to live in.

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SRE vs. Platform Engineering vs. DevOps


Site reliability engineering (SRE), platform engineering, and DevOps are all related concepts around optimizing and giving structure to different aspects of the software delivery and software deployment lifecycles.

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The Product Symphony: Orchestrating Success with Storymapping

Speaker: Jamie Bernard - Senior Product Director at Launch by NTT Data

In today’s dynamic business landscape, successful product management hinges on a keen understanding of customer needs and market dynamics. Storymapping emerges as an invaluable pre-investment tool, enabling smarter decision-making, more accurate resource allocation, and enhanced scope control. It serves as a catalyst to better align your entire organization, setting the stage for impactful, customer-centric product management.

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Best Practices for Reducing Bias in AI


Artificial intelligence (AI) is experiencing exponential innovation. ChatGPT, DALL-E, Stable Diffusion, and other AI models have captured popular attention, but they have also raised serious questions about the issue of ethics in machine learning (ML).

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Day in the Life of a Chief Developer Experience Officer (CDXO)

Developer experience (DX) has become essential to modern enterprise software development. As more companies become software companies, more are opening up their software both for internal reuse and externalized consumption. As part of this process, making developer-facing tools consumable and friction-free becomes more necessary to both perform well and stand out in the market.

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Streaming Ingestion for Apache Iceberg With Cloudera Stream Processing


Recently, we announced enhanced multi-function analytics support in Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) with Apache Iceberg. Iceberg is a high-performance open table format for huge analytic data sets. It allows multiple data processing engines, such as Flink, NiFi, Spark, Hive, and Impala to access and analyze data in simple, familiar SQL tables. In this blog post, we are going to share with you how Cloudera Stream Processing ( CSP ) is integrated with Apache Iceberg and how you can use the SQL Stream

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From Data Swamp to Data Lake: Data Zones


This is the final blog in a series that explains how organizations can prevent their Data Lake from becoming a Data Swamp, with insights and strategy from Perficient’s Senior Data Strategist and Solutions Architect, Dr. Chuck Brooks. In the first article in this series, I explained the five components necessary to prevent a Data Lake from Becoming a Data Swamp.

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3 Sizzling Ways to Warm up Cold Calls

Even in today’s data-driven sales world, cold calling remains a fact of life for many go-to-market professionals. Fortunately, today’s sales leaders have a crucial advantage over their predecessors: market intelligence and outreach platforms that can warm up virtually any introduction.

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Machine Learning Is Inevitable for Web Scraping


Machine learning (ML) recently experienced a revival of public interest with the launch of ChatGPT. Businesses and researchers, however, have been working with these technologies for decades. Most large businesses, ranging from e-commerce platforms to artificial intelligence (AI) research organizations, already use ML as part of their value proposition.

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LinkedIn Job Scams: Out of Hand ¦ 4-Day Workweek: Let’s Get Serious

In this week’s #TheLongView: Don’t get scammed looking for a job, and momentum grows for the 32-hour working week. The post LinkedIn Job Scams: Out of Hand ¦ 4-Day Workweek: Let’s Get Serious appeared first on

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Cloud Computing in Banking: All You Need to Know Before Moving to the Cloud


Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses operate, and banks are no exception. As more organizations move to the cloud, it is essential for any bank to understand the implications of cloud computing in banking. Cloud computing offers a range of advantages such as scalability, cost savings, and increased agility. However, there are also risks that need to be addressed before taking the leap.

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