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3 Leadership Values to Encourage in Every Member of Your Team

Let's Grow Leaders

Help your team be more compassionate, courageous, and curious. During difficult times, what leadership values matter most? We’ve been asking this question of the leaders we work with around the world.

6 Pointers on Application Logging

Xebia

When you have a service running somewhere you need to find out whether it is functioning correctly. Besides the possible tests, liveness checks, metrics, you can use application logging. But what makes an application log “Good”?

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Is Your Team Built to Last?

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

Our teams are under tremendous pressure. That pressure creates stress which diminishes performance. You can build a more resilient team through some simple leadership behaviors. Today’s post is by Jon Wortmann, thoughtLEADERS instructor and author of Hijacked by Your Brain.

Log4J Vulnerability (Log4Shell) Explained

The Crazy Programmer

It is an open source library in java built for logging error messages in applications including networks, cloud computing services. This library has been used in many java programs designed for server as well as client applications. What is Log4Shell in Log4j?

Build Your Open Data Lakehouse on Apache Iceberg

Speaker: Veena Vasudevan and Jason Hughes

In this webinar, Dremio and AWS will discuss the most common challenges in data architecture and how to overcome them with an open data lakehouse architecture on AWS. Sign up now!

Paxos: using two consensus-building phases to handle unreliable nodes

Martin Fowler

Unmesh Joshi is ready to start the New Year with a few more of his Patterns of Distributed Systems. With this one he attempts the tricky task of explaining Paxos.

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The Agile Coaching DNA

Agile Alliance

Top 10 Things Your Boss Wishes You Knew about Dashboards

The Crazy Programmer

The importance of data has reached an unimaginable height in recent years. Data is used everywhere across industries to understand the market, meet consumer demand, identify preferences, and ultimately make better business decisions.

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We are entering the Deployment Phase of the Digital Age

Scrum.org

As of today the top 10 most valuable companies in the world as defined by market capitalization are Apple, Microsoft, Saudi Oil Company, Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, Tencent Holdings, Tesla, Alibaba, and Berkshire Hathaway.

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6 Pointers on Application Logging

Xebia

When you have a service running somewhere you need to find out whether it is functioning correctly. Besides the possible tests, liveness checks, metrics, you can use application logging. But what makes an application log “Good”?

7 Winning Lead Generation Strategies to Drive Growth

As B2B companies pivot to keep pace with a quickly changing marketplace, a data-centric approach to lead generation can be the difference between remaining competitive or being left behind. Get real-world examples and inspiration from leading B2B businesses in this whitepaper.

Game On – Visioning Exercise

Agile Alliance

This session centers around a visioning exercise that uses drawing. What are your intentions as you look at things from personal and professional points of view? Come learn and share Agile games and exercises that can help to create Aha! moments for yourself, your teams, and those that lead them.

Ask Us Anything: 10 Answers to Your Questions about HTML Editors

The Crazy Programmer

HTML is one of the core technologies that power the web. It doesn’t matter if you are developing a simple website or an enterprise-grade web application, you will need to use HTML in some capacity.

Don’t confuse Scrum with “An Implementation of Scrum”

Scrum.org

Scrum was introduced in 1995. Since then, as more people, teams, and organizations have started using Scrum, the framework has grown into the most used method for agile product delivery. And as the popularity of Scrum started to grow, many misinterpretations of the framework grew with it.

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Data pipeline components are just normal applications

Xebia

A data pipeline component is nothing more than a normal application. Example data pipeline: ELT. It goes through the same lifecycle as any other application: the component is developed and tested, an artifact is built and finally it gets deployed.

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!

6 Top DevOps Technology Trends to Watch

DevOps.com

Technology trends simply cannot be ignored in today’s dynamic environment. As the world enters a post-digital era, organizations are exploring disruptive technology trends.

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Resource Pooling in Cloud Computing – Advantages & Disadvantages

The Crazy Programmer

Resource pooling is a technical term that is commonly used in cloud computing. And it describes the cloud computing environment where the service provider serves many clients. Here tenants or clients can avail scalable services from the service providers.

10 Quick Tips To Improve Cross-Functionality Within Your Scrum Team

Scrum.org

All quick tips are included in the Scrum Team Survey. With this free product, Scrum teams can diagnose themselves with an extensive, scientifically validated survey and receive detailed results and evidence-based feedback upon completion.

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Data pipeline components are just normal applications

Xebia

A data pipeline component is nothing more than a normal application. Example data pipeline: ELT. It goes through the same lifecycle as any other application: the component is developed and tested, an artifact is built and finally it gets deployed.

Data Value Scorecard Report

This report examines the quantitative research of data leaders on data value and return on investment.

CI/CD is the New Lock-In

DevOps.com

Welcome to 2022! Let’s start this year’s blogging off with a bang, and point out that we are in the process of creating the biggest lock-in that we have ever had. And I do mean ever. Maybe the hardware lock-in of the old days where vendor A was incompatible with vendor B was worse, but […].

My Many Girlfriends

The Daily WTF

In the long ago, wild-west days of the late 90s, there was an expectation that managers would put up with a certain degree of eccentricity from their software developers.

Six Insider tips to be a good Scrum Master

Scrum.org

1) Stronghold over Scrum and other Agile Frameworks Knowledge. A stronghold over your training gives you the advantage to set the tone right for your peers.

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4 Social Media Trends for Nonprofits in 2022

TechSoup

As we enter the next phase of the pandemic, many of us are still getting used to remote life as the norm. With new variant strains and vaccine mandates, many offices will remain hybrid or remote, and in-person professional community events and engagement are not in our near future.

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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.

DevSecOps Will Cross the Chasm in 2022

DevOps.com

We’ve been talking about DevSecOps and shift-left security for years. Although this approach probably didn’t “cross the chasm” in 2021, we did see some very telling milestones.

Preventing Hero Culture In Software Teams

Professor Beekums

I’ve written before on the problems of hero culture. It is still my favorite post that I’ve written because it hits so close to home for me. Photo by unDraw Every situation in that post is hypothetical, but based on a real situation I had to deal with myself.

It’s actually OK to be a Scrum Purist, and this is why!

Scrum.org

“You’re a Scrum purist”. When I hear people say this, it’s often associated with something negative. As if you’re a dogmatic, one-trick pony disguised as a Scrum police. Inflexible with an attitude of it’s the Scrum way or the high way!

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Think Build Back Better’s Failure Was a Blow to Working Moms’ Success?

CEO Insider

Just Wait Until Omicron Keeps Their Kids Home After Winter Break We’re coming up on two years of this pandemic. YEARS. That’s two years of moms trying to juggle work expectations while being thrown into brand new situations with managing childcare, virtual school, or even full on homeschooling.

TCO Considerations of Using a Cloud Data Warehouse for BI and Analytics

Enterprises poured $73 billion into data management software in 2020 – but are seeing very little return on their data investments. 22% of data leaders surveyed have fully realized ROI in the past two years, with 56% having no consistent way of measuring it.

IoT Developers: Get Familiar With LoRaWAN for 2022

DevOps.com

IoT Analytics forecast the global number of connected IoT devices would grow to 12.3 billion active endpoints in 2021. That number is expected to grow exponentially in the near future as more and more industries make use of long-range wireless capability.

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Innovations to our Modern Agent

Lacework

When choosing how to secure your cloud, you have many options. However the focus should be on getting the entire breadth and depth of data needed to secure your cloud environments and workloads throughout build time and runtime.

???? [VLOG] Le Management selon Scrum

Scrum.org

Peut-on parler de management en Scrum? La réponse est oui, avec trois axes qui dérivent des trois responsabilités qui existent en Scrum : 1 - Management du Product Backlog, de la part du Product Owner qui doit maximiser la valeur du produit.

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