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5 Scrum Myths – Busted

Scrum.org

Myth 1 – Scrum is a Methodology. To bust this first myth, I would prefer to differentiate between the concepts of methodology and framework. Methodology Vs Framework.

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Yes, We Need to Embrace Hard Work. Here’s Why

CEO Insider

In a world where we can get almost everything we need with a few taps on our smartphones, people believe that hard work has become overrated. You’ve probably heard that you should work smarter, not harder. But is this true? Is it even good advice?

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How Developers and Marketing Teams Can Work Together?

The Crazy Programmer

Some teams struggle to see eye to eye while working on projects or product launches. The disconnect between marketing and the dev team is one that pops up time and time again.

Use a general purpose language to manage the interface evolution

Martin Fowler

Many commercial integration tools market their ability to own the integration landscape and call out to general purpose languages as needed.

The Complete R&D Funding Guide: How to Get the Funding You Need!

Speaker: Kevin Goldsmith, Chief Technology Officer at Anaconda | Peyman Pouryekta, CEO and Technology Advisor | Bob Webber, VP Product Flow Optimization, Construx

In this interactive panel discussion, we will address common pitfalls of investments for CTOs and VPs of Engineering and will teach you how to manage your investments with confidence and properly allocate resources across business priorities.

Definition of Done - Where to Start?

Scrum.org

Often after exploring the definition of done in our Scrum.org training, and exploring its importance to promote transparency and is a commitment to the increment every Sprint. A common question we get asked is how do we get started with creating a Definition of Done ?

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What is Packet Sniffing Attack? – Types and How to Prevent It?

The Crazy Programmer

Cybercriminals are acknowledging package sniffing attacks to steal customers’ data. These attacks are a significant threat to cyber security. Packet sniffing is a crucial thing in network management.

Team-sourced Architectural Principles

Martin Fowler

Having architectural principles is not new, but in a world of highly-autonomous-teams they become essential because they are the means by which an aligned delivery direction is achieved without the need for control.

CVE-2021-44228: Proof-of-Concept for Critical Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Available (Log4Shell)

Tenable

CVE-2021-44228: Proof-of-Concept for Critical Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Available (Log4Shell). Satnam Narang. Fri, 12/10/2021 - 15:44.

The Future of Women in Agile

Agile Alliance

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Optimize the Performance of Your Serverless Functions

Run mission-critical applications on serverless without sacrificing visibility.

AWS Outage Exposes Weaknesses of DevOps Resilience

DevOps.com

The December 7, 2021 Amazon Web Services (AWS) outage severely disrupted services from a wide range of businesses for more than five hours and highlighted just how reliant businesses have become on internet-delivered services. The outage mostly impacted web services in the eastern U.S.,

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Use commercial integration tools to simplify implementation concerns

Martin Fowler

Thus far, Brandon has has explained why general purpose languages are better for integration. In this latest installment he explains that there are cases when commercial integration tools make sense. more…. skip-home-page

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Forecasting for Scrum Teams with Roadmaps

Scrum.org

A roadmap is a complementary practice that a Scrum Team might use to forecast upcoming deliveries or to translate Product Backlog items into a visual representation.

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Empowering Women in Agile

Agile Alliance

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The Big Payoff of Application Analytics

Outdated or absent analytics won’t cut it in today's data-driven applications. And they won’t cut it for your end users, your development team, or your business. Learn how 5 companies used embedded analytics to achieve huge returns and greater value than anticipated.

Red Hat Brings Ansible Automation to Microsoft Azure Cloud

DevOps.com

Red Hat this week announced that a private preview of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is now available on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.

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Driving digital transformation with Configuration Lifecycle Management

CEO Insider

The manufacturing industry is facing digital disruption on numerous fronts – and this is driving digital transformation. Increasing competition and changing demands means the pressure is on organizations to reduce costs, improve customer experience and increase profitability.

How to Sabotage A Scrum Master — 44 Anti-Patterns from the Trenches

Scrum.org

TL; DR: How to Sabotage A Scrum Master — 44 Anti-Patterns from the Trenches to Avoid. One of my favorite exercises from my Professional Scrum Master classes is how to best sabotage a Scrum Master as a member of the middle management.

Kubernetes Version 1.23: What’s New for Security? 

Aqua Security

Like clockwork, a new Kubernetes release is upon us, with loads of interesting new features to consider. A couple of the key features in Kubernetes 1.23 are hitting the beta level and will be enabled by default.

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The Importance of PCI Compliance and Data Ownership When Issuing Payment Cards

This eBook provides a practical explanation of the different PCI compliance approaches that payment card issuers can adopt, as well as the importance of both protecting user PII and gaining ownership and portability of their sensitive data.

A Day in the Life of a Remote Tech Worker

DevOps.com

The post A Day in the Life of a Remote Tech Worker appeared first on DevOps.com. ROELBOB art as life devops humor life as art parody Remote work satire tech humor

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The use of “annotations” boosted our productivity in Golang

Xebia

The use of "annotations" boosts our productivity in Golang. The go standard library allows you to parse go-code into your own meta model. Based on this intermediate model and comment-like annotations we use code generation to create boring and repetitive parts of our application. The post The use of “annotations” boosted our productivity in Golang appeared first on Xebia Blog.

Guía para la autoselección de equipos ágiles

Scrum.org

¿Qué es el autodiseño de equipos? La autoorganización es un proceso en el que alguna forma de coordinación surge de las interacciones entre los componentes de un sistema inicialmente desordenado. .

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7 Steps To Eliminate Bias In A Hybrid Workplace

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

The past nineteen months saw organizations adjust to the fully remote work model and now, the time has come to shift to a hybrid workplace. 74% of full-time employees are using a hybrid work model as seen by The 2021 Workplace Impact Report by VergeSense. .

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Data-Driven Performance Feedback Helps Teams Improve Customer Outcomes

Speaker: Mickey Mantle, Founder and CEO at Wanderful Interactive Storybooks | Ron Lichty, Consultant: Interim VP Engineering, Author, Ron Lichty Consulting, Inc.

In this webinar Mickey Mantle and Ron Lichty will teach you why its important to have data driven performance reviews, the most effective way to use data in performance reviews, and how this data helps to align your employee proficiency with your company goals.

CI/CD is Still all About Open Source

DevOps.com

One of the lessons I’ve learned in my years at the helm of DevOps.com is that the heart of DevOps is CI/CD. And at the heart of CI/CD is open source. While the names have been changed to protect the innocent (and the obsolete), these lessons are as true today as they ever were. CI/CD […].

The value of sensemaking

Xebia

Discovering and interpreting beliefs in groups Ever been part of a conversation that seemed to revolve around the same issue over and over again? Or a meeting where some people keep diving into details and others want to stay more high-level? As consultants, we often come across these kinds of sessions. We noticed that these […]. The post The value of sensemaking appeared first on Xebia Blog. Domain-Driven Design Quality Qxperts Sociotechnical systems

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Persigue el aprendizaje, no la formación

Scrum.org

Cuando se persigue el aprendizaje, pasamos por tres etapas: Shu, ha y ri, un marco tomado de las artes marciales japonesas. ? Shu, la primera etapa, sigue instrucciones a ciegas. Digamos que estás aprendiendo a cocinar y nunca has cocinado lasaña en tu vida.

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How Cascade Bicycle Club Became a Data-Driven Nonprofit

Dataiku

In this article, you will learn about how Cascade Bicycle Club , a U.S.-based based nonprofit, became a data-driven organization and empowered their volunteers with greater access to analytics. Use Cases & Projects Featured

Monitoring AWS Container Environments at Scale

In this eBook, learn how to monitor AWS container environments at scale with Datadog and which key metrics to monitor when leveraging two container orchestration systems (ECS and EKS).

Iterative Adds Experiment Versioning to MLOps Platform

DevOps.com

Iterative today added an experiment versioning capability to an open source platform for managing machine learning operations (MLOps) using GitOps workflows.

A Management Primer: How Agile Development Teams Can Deliver Value

IDC

Agile development is challenging to manage and measure, especially when compared with traditional development models like Waterfall. Management is often uncertain when functionality will be delivered and at what cost, whether it delivers required quality, and with what inherent risks.

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How the Sprint Backlog supports Adaptation - Back to the foundations of the Scrum framework (29)

Scrum.org

Remember that Scrum is founded on empirical process control, and that adaptation is the third pillar, following transparency and inspection.

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