Sat.Sep 07, 2019 - Fri.Sep 13, 2019

Does Your Team Produce ‘Bugs’?

Scrum.org

Sub-title: Not Every Defect is a ‘Bug’. Name It to Tame It.” Dr. Dan Siegal coined that phrase as a way of handling difficult emotional responses. Applying a name to an emotion can help a person manage or conquer it.

SCRUM 233

7 Ways to See How Productive Your Software Team Is

Kovair - DevOps

Tracking the productivity of your software development team is not something to be taken lightly. Your business success depends upon how efficient your team is. The post 7 Ways to See How Productive Your Software Team Is appeared first on Kovair Blog.

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Reimagining Experimentation Analysis at Netflix

Netflix TechBlog

Toby Mao , Sri Sri Perangur , Colin McFarland Another day, another custom script to analyze an A/B test. Maybe you’ve done this before and have an old script lying around. If it’s new, it’s probably going to take some time to set up, right? Not at Netflix.

Orchestration and Observability in CD4ML

Martin Fowler

Danilo, Arif and Christoph finish the technical components of Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning with the last two items: Continuous Delivery Orchestration, and Model Monitoring and Observability. more…. skip-home-page

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.

To Build a Healthy DevOps Culture, Look to Your Ecosystem

DevOps.com

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Perform Trend Analysis of Architecture Quality

Dzone - DevOps

Something stinks. Code smells occur at all granularities. We may categorize smells based on their scope and impact. Specifically, smells arising within a local scope, typically within a method, could be referred to as implementation smells (such as empty catch block or magic number ).

The Development Team in Scrum - Just Developers or a Real Team?

Scrum.org

Software developers are mostly guys, happy to work by themselves at night in dark rooms. And they turn coffee, cola and pizza into code. Right? My experience so far. To be honest, the longer I have worked in software development the more wrong this stereotype feels to me.

SCRUM 182

The actual cost of lock-in and how to reduce it

Martin Fowler

Gregor completes his article by totting up the total cost of avoiding lock-in, and considering some examples of the decisions around lock-in. more…. skip-home-page

5 Best Practices for Managing Open-Source Components

DevOps.com

In today’s connected world, software development environments focus a lot on faced-paced development.

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.

Great Leadership Trains

Career Advancement

“Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others.” Jack Welch Dianne had always felt like more of a wallflower than a leader.

The Agile Manifesto from a Lean Perspective

Scrum.org

“Everybody has their manifesto; let them talk their language, come to the people, and the people will decide” -- Prakash Raj. So where were you between February the 11th and 13th, 2001? Well, since you appear to have difficulty remembering, let me narrow things down.

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Experiments Tracking and Model Deployment in CD4ML

Martin Fowler

The team tackles some more technical components of Continuous Delivery for Machine Learning. This time they look at Experiments Tracking and Model Deployment. more…. skip-home-page

Miscellaneous unsolicited (and possibly biased) career advice

Erik Bernhardsson

No one asked for this, but I’m something like ~12 years into my career and have had my fair share of mistakes and luck so I thought I’d share some of those things. Honestly, I feel like I’ve mostly benefitted from luck.

5 Signs It's Time to Replace Your Homegrown Analytics

If you built your analytics in house, chances are your basic features are no longer enough for your end users. Is it time to move on to a more robust analytics solution with more advanced capabilities? Follow this free guide for tips on making the build to buy transition.

Interview: How to Generate Change Enthusiasm

Change Starts Here

I recorded this month’s episode of the Influence Change at Work™ podcast with Cassandra Worthy, Founder and Chief Enthusiasm Officer at We Are Change Enthusiasts LLC. Unfortunately, due to some audio issues, I’m unable to publish the podcast recording.

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Why does the Scrum Team need Self-Organization?

Scrum.org

To answer the question, let’s go through these two definitions of “Team” and “Self-Organization”. What is a team? Team is a group of people who work together, to finish a work or a destination. Somehow, it is a natural need, when the individuals feel, they can’t handle their work alone.

Automated Multiplatform Deployment for DevOps

DevOps.com

In a simpler world, every CI/CD pipeline would need to support only one deployment platform. In the real world, multiplatform deployment (which means deploying an application to run on multiple OS platforms) is a must-have for many organizations.

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How DataOps Can Accelerate Your Data Journey

CTOvision

Read Mike Capone’s article about how data management can help you transform your business on Forbes : The potential for data to transform organizations is huge, but the ability to achieve this potential is continually threatened by the inherent vastness of data and the ever-increasing needs of data consumers. Many organizations are trying unsuccessfully to […].

Data 101

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.

Odisha leading the sustainable culture of developing players and sports infrastructure in India

CEO Insider

The Indian state of Odisha which has established itself as the ‘Sports Capital of India’ will now boast of having a local Indian Super League (ISL) football team – Odisha FC. CEOWORLD magazine spoke with Vishal K.

Sport 100

What Does The Scrum Master Do When The Team Is Already Mature?

Scrum.org

Every year I like to deliberately go somewhere far from the crowd to take a break and reflect. You can say that it's similar to a retrospectives. Often times I may not realised whether as a Scrum Master my service to the organisation is already effective or not.

SCRUM 213

Why COBOL Still Matters After 60 Years

DevOps.com

In the world of DevOps, the Agile Manifesto and countless other application delivery frameworks, one has to wonder how an anachronism such as the programming language COBOL (common business-oriented language) has managed to remain relevant.

Prerequisites For Machine Learning

The Crazy Programmer

Machine Learning has rightly become one of the most popular technologies around and according to Artificial Intelligence (AI) researchers, every single thing ranging from our food, to our jobs, to the software we write will be affected by it.

3 Challenges of Building Complex Dashboards with Open Source Components

Speaker: Ryan MacCarrigan, Founding Principal, LeanStudio

Many product teams use charting components and open source code libraries to get dashboards and reporting functionality quickly. But what happens when you have a growing user base and additional feature requests? Watch this webinar with Ryan MacCarrigan, Founding Principal of Lean Studio, to learn about key considerations for launching your next analytics project.

Evolving Your Architecture Whilst Still Keeping The Lights On

OpenCredo

WHY CHANGE IS NECESSARY. Competitive pressures aside – and the need to keep up with the pace of your rivals. The reality is, traditional on-premise and cloud systems alike are ‘live’ entities that don’t remain static. They need to evolve over time as new products and technologies hit the market.

Don’t blame “agile” for existing problems

Scrum.org

Why is it that when the going gets tough, “agile” gets the blame? There is so much online bashing of [insert random agile framework or method] going on, that it made me wonder if there is a pattern behind it. I believe there is. Where did “agile” start? Agile is nothing new.

Agile 213

Better Together: Why Software-Development Toolmakers Should Embrace Integration

DevOps.com

It’s getting harder for businesses that are building technology tools to get attention, traction and ultimately widespread adoption.

4 Underlying Ways to Revive the Lost Art of Relationship-Building with Customers

CEO Insider

Technology has provided businesses with unprecedented advances. But even in this digital age, personal relationships are critical to building trust and loyalty with customers. Despite all the tech advancements, the disruptive force happening in business today is relationship building.

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.