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More on Chainlink: Is It The One ‘Ring’ To Rule Them All?


Read Kenneth Reiners take a deep dive into the world of blockchain and state that Chainlink is the greatest asymmetric risk/reward investment of our lifetime on Hackernoon : It is […]. Blockchain and Cryptocurrency News Chainlink

How to Make Agile Work in Fast-Growing Startups

TL; DR: How to Make Agile Work in Fast-Growing Startups. For years, I worked in several Berlin-based, fast-growing startups in my capacity as Scrum Master, agile coach, and Product Owner. These are my lessons learned on making ‘agile’ — including Scrum as a framework — work in a fast-growing startup.

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Agility in Shared Services: Reigning in the Chaos

Agile Alliance

The “ITSM Tornado” has been defined as the “whirlwind of requests for Platforms, IT Service Management, and infrastructure support that come in from many different directions, by the minute or even second, which requires combing through and prioritizing based on severity and who’s screaming the loudest.”

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Right View of Binary Tree in Java

The Crazy Programmer

In this article we look into another problem related to binary trees. Given a binary tree we have to print the Right View. We will discuss the approaches to solve this problem with their implementations and code.

Deliver Effective Online Education and Events Your Members Will Love

This guide identifies the biggest challenges for associations moving their training online and provides practical solutions so that you can hit the ground running. Download now to keep your members engaged and growing even in times of COVID-19.

Improving Security by influencing Human Behavior


We all know that the hardening of a system does not magically improve the security of an organisation. For a successful implementation a holistic approach is needed. Implementing and improving security demands your approach to cover both people, process and technology.

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The Therac-25 Incident

The Daily WTF

A few months ago, someone noted in the comments that they hadn't heard about the Therac-25 incident. I was surprised, and went off to do an informal survey of developers I know, only to discover that only about half of them knew what it was without searching for it.

LRU Cache – Design and Implementation in Java

The Crazy Programmer

In this article we will learn how to design a LRU Cache, understand it’s cache replacement algorithm. We also look at description of LRU Cache with some examples. Then, we look at the implementation of this design in code with their complexity analysis.

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DevSecOps Trends to Know For 2021

For DevSecOps leaders, 2021 will be the year of the open source supply chain attack. It’s already starting, in fact. On January 7, security researchers at Sonatype identified three malicious Java components in the Maven Central repository. The components had identical names to reputable components.

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Some Reasons Why Ethereum is stagnating behind Bitcoin after its rally to new record-high


Read Joseph Young take a look at why Ethereum’s price is lagging behind Bitcoin after its last week rally to an all-time high on Cryptoslate : The price of Ethereum […]. Blockchain and Cryptocurrency News bitcoin Ethereum

Open Source & Open Standards: Navigating the Intricacies of a Symbiotic Partnership

Speaker: Guy Martin, Executive Director of OASIS Open

The COVID-19 global pandemic has raised the already bright visibility of technology to an even higher level. Join Guy Martin, Executive Director at OASIS Open, as he presents this webinar that will discuss how we can make open source and open standards even more effective by helping them recapture their strong partnership.

YDS: Does a Scrum Master Need Technical Skills?

On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Does a Scrum Master Need Technical Skills? Today's question is from a viewer who wants to know whether or not a Scrum Master NEEDS technical skills to be successful in their role.


Difference between Primary Key and Unique Key

The Crazy Programmer

In this article we look into the difference between Primary Key and Unique Key Constraints. We will see the description of both along with how to define a schema and create attributes in a table with these constraints. Primary Key.

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Transform Legacy Java Apps to Microservices

Velocity is one of the major tenets of DevOps, and anything that maintains or improves velocity benefits the overall process. Yet, there are still many speed bumps in the DevOps process that threaten to derail progress and slow DevOps processes to a crawl.

Noted Cyber Defender, Scythe founder and CEO Bryson Bort breaks down the Florida water treatment facility attack


The attack on the water treatment facility located in Oldsmar, Florida, disclosed last week highlights security shortages in the water utility sector and the rest of the U.S. critical infrastructure […]. News Scythe

Realizing the Benefits of Automated Machine Learning

How are organizations using machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to derive business value? Renowned author and professor Tom Davenport explains the rise of automated machine learning, its benefits, and success stories from businesses that are already using it.

YDS: Can the Sprint Backlog Change During a Sprint?

On today’s episode of YOUR DAILY SCRUM: Can the Sprint Backlog Change During a Sprint? A YouTube viewer (Kaleb) asked whether or not the Sprint Backlog could change during a Sprint.


Bottom View of Binary Tree in Java

The Crazy Programmer

In this article, we see how to print the bottom view of Binary Tree. We discuss our approach to solve this problem and analyze the time and space complexities. It is recommended to first learn Top View Of Binary Tree before proceeding with this problem.

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5 things on our data and AI radar for 2021

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Here are some of the most significant themes we see as we look toward 2021. Some of these are emerging topics and others are developments on existing concepts, but all of them will inform our thinking in the coming year. MLOps FTW.

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The Graph Protocol is exploring new blockchain integrations, including Bitcoin


Crypto startup The Graph has announced it is exploring providing support for additional layer-one blockchains, including Bitcoin, Polkadot and NEAR. The potential integrations, which comes over a month after The Graph […]. News bitcoin Graph Protocol The Graph

Leading Advertising and Analytics Company Outperforms With a Graph Database

Xandr, a division of AT&T, has built an identity graph that connects information on people, households, and more. The company is using this graph to provide advertisers an ability to deliver commercials more successfully than ever before. Learn more.

Increase transparency with outcome-focused product roadmaps

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Top View of Binary Tree in Java

The Crazy Programmer

Given a binary tree we have to print top view. We will discuss our approach to solve this problem along with its implementation and code in Java language. We will also analyze the time and space complexity of our implementation.

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Express Cloudera POV on 2021 data trends in insurance


Almost a year into the pandemic, the accelerated digital transformation has begun to feel less abrupt and more sustained. 2021 looks likely to be defined by a new phase: Thriving on digital transformation, rather than just surviving through it. .

Question: How bullish really are Ethereum, Chainlink?


Read Jude Lopez explain why he is bullish on Ethereum and Chainlink compared to Bitcoin on AMB Crypto: The past week saw Bitcoin’s price surge by over 18 percent, with […]. News bitcoin Chainlink Ethereum


Cloud-Scale Monitoring With AWS and Datadog

In this eBook, find out the benefits and complexities of migrating workloads to AWS, and services that AWS offers for containers and serverless computing.

8 Do-it-yourself workshops and experiments to help Scrum Teams engage and involve their stakeholders

There is little point to Scrum when you don’t involve stakeholders. After all, Scrum Teams exist to deliver valuable and useful outcomes to their stakeholders. Yet, many Scrum Teams struggle to involve their stakeholders, and that makes this one of the core symptoms of Zombie Scrum.


Left View of Binary Tree in Java

The Crazy Programmer

In this article, we look into a problem related to binary tree. Given a binary tree, we have to print its Left View. We will see the different methods to solve this problem with their implementations in java. Along with this, we will also look into the time and space complexities of our methods.

The Evolution of Enterprise

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IBM-Palantir pact speeds AI app delivery for hybrid clouds


Last week we had reported how Palantir is adopting IBM’s IBM’s Red Hat OpenShift. Ed Scannell takes a look at how the IBM-Palantir tie-up could speed up artificial intelligence Apps […]. News IBM Palantir Palantir Technologies

What is Contextual Analytics? The Next Evolution of Embedded Analytics

Download this white paper to learn what contextual analytics is, how BI platforms like Yellowfin revolutionize the way users discover insights from their data with native contextual analytics, and how it adds value to your software solution by elevating the user experience.

A hidden lesson of a Scrum Master

Just thought I'd share something. A few years ago, I bumped into an ex-colleague of mine who was working with someone who I had also previously worked with - both of us were, or had been, a Scrum Master for this ex-colleague.


How To: Subscription Handling in Angular 10

Sunflower Lab

Siddhi Shah Software Engineer at Sunflower Lab. How to Handle Subscriptions in Angular 10. In Angular applications preferred way for event handling or asynchronous programming is by using observables. Observables provide support for data sharing between publishers and subscribers. .

Open Source Advocates Want Share in Wealth

The egalitarian spirit of the open source community might be starting to fray as individual developers begin to question who is really benefiting most from their efforts.