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8 Different Types of Programmers

The Crazy Programmer

Computer programming has become a significant industry, and because of the various technological advancements are becoming possible.

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Speed Up Your Data Flow for Business Results


A slow car has never won a Formula One race. The Olympics doesn’t reward slow times in swimming, track or any other clock-timed sport. Likewise, slow data speeds don’t win over customers or colleagues in the real-time business world.

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Is AI Taking Over DevOps Functions?

Artificial intelligence has taken the tech world to a new level of automation. Today, almost every specialization demands the intervention of machine learning to develop AI technologies that help businesses do more with less time and resources.

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The Metaverse Is Here. Is Your Company Ready?


Read Joan Westenberg explain how you can get your business ready for The Metaverse on Inc.: With the digitization of our lives, we’ve become citizens of the metaverse. It’s not science fiction; it’s the shift of our experiences from offline to digital.

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).

Types and Functions of Network Interface Card (NIC)

The Crazy Programmer

NIC card or network adapter is the crucial component in devices like computers and servers. They help such devices connect with the network. These devices have several types and crucial roles in operating computers and other similar devices that use the network connection.

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Top 5 objections to Scrum (and why those objections are wrong)

I have had the opportunity to work with some truly amazing teams that have achieved pretty amazing outcomes. One thing that every team has had in common is that, at one time, they were new to Scrum.


Ethereum 2.0 Has What It Takes to Knock Bitcoin off Its Perch


Ethereum, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency, is more than just an internet token. It is the top smart contract and decentralized application network, with more use cases than other digital assets.As

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DevOps Engineer vs Software Engineer

The Crazy Programmer

With each passing day, a variety of technological advances and fields emerge at a rapid pace. The maintenance and development of software involve many different areas. It is common for people to confuse these two prominent career options – DevOps Engineer and Software Engineer.

How Quantum Computing can Solve Real-World Problems

The history of technology can seem like it was very predictable in retrospect, but the future typically feels more uncertain. Nowhere is this uncertainty more evident than in the domain of quantum computing.

Data & Analytics Maturity Model Workshop Series

Speaker: Dave Mariani, Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer, AtScale; Bob Kelly, Director of Education and Enablement, AtScale

Check out this new instructor-led training workshop series to help advance your organization's data & analytics maturity. It includes on-demand video modules and a free assessment tool for prescriptive guidance on how to further improve your capabilities.

Creating A Community Of Practice For Scrum Masters

Let’s be honest – being the only Scrum Master in an organization is not fun! Whenever I would find myself as the only Agile person in an organization, I would feel very alone. Even when I was already experienced in the role. The reason is that change is hard, especially change of ways of working.


CTOvision and OODA: Big Changes Coming Soon


In a continuation of our journey to bring the best, most actionable technology content to enterprise decision-makers we are merging our research and reporting activities into the site (both and are owned and operated by OODA LLC).

8 Best NoSQL Databases in 2021

The Crazy Programmer

What is NoSQL, and what are the best NoSQL databases? These are the common questions that most companies and developers usually ask.

DataOps: How to Turn Data into Actionable Insights

Enterprises? ?have? have? ?struggled? struggled? ?to? collaborate? ?well well ?around? around? ?their? their? ?data, data, which can impact everything from digital transformation to advanced concepts like AI and ML.? ?DataOps

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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.

Certainty Is Poisonous. Curiosity Gives Life.

As I stepped outside for my morning walk just before dawn, I took in a different scene than normal - it was very foggy out. It was beautiful to see the neighborhood scenery slowly appear before me as I wondered at the daybreak beaming between tree branches. .

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BlackMatter Ransomware Hits Japanese Tech Giant Olympus


Japanese technology giant Olympus is currently investigating a cyber incident on its EMEA IT systems that happened earlier this month that sources said is the result of a BlackMatter ransomware attack. The company detected “suspicious activity” on Sept.

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5 Tips to Hire Best Coders for Projects

The Crazy Programmer

For every application that makes life easier, there is a team of coders who made someone’s vision come to life through months of hard work. Coders are experts who can design, write, and test software, mobile apps, websites, and other projects.

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Relyance AI Shifts Compliance Left Using ML Algorithms

Relyance AI emerged from stealth this week to unveil a namesake platform for managing privacy and data governance in real-time within the context of a larger DevOps workflow.

How to Scale a Data Literacy Program at Your Organization

Speaker: Megan Brown, Director, Data Literacy at Starbucks; Mariska Veenhof-Bulten, Business Intelligence Lead at; and Jennifer Wheeler, Director, IT Data and Analytics at Cardinal Health

Join data & analytics leaders from Starbucks, Cardinal Health, and for a webinar panel discussion on scaling data literacy skills across your organization with a clear strategy, a pragmatic roadmap, and executive buy-in.

Why getting to Done matters in Scrum

If I were to summarize the purpose of a Sprint, I would say that it’s to deliver a Done, usable increment that meets the Sprint Goal. What is an Increment? At the end of each Sprint, a Done increment is delivered.


Metaverse raises ‘scary’ question on surveillance of users, ex-Google exec says


Fox is set to premiere a singing competition show next week called “Alter Ego” in which contestants perform not as themselves but as digitally rendered avatars.

Different Types of Transmission Media in Computer Networks

The Crazy Programmer

If you are familiar with the computer network and its other terms. You may know that the data can be represented via the computer and telecom devices using signals. The transmission of these signals is done from one device to another by electromagnetic energy.

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5 App Modernization Best Practices

An organization’s digital transformation is ineffectual if it doesn’t bring out the best from its applications.

Assess and Advance Your Organization’s DevSecOps Practices

In this white paper, a DevSecOps maturity model is laid out for technical leaders to use to enable their organizations to stay competitive in the digital economy.

Your Daily Scrum: Why Do Organizations Fail at Scrum?

On a recent episode of Your Daily Scrum , Professional Scrum Trainers Todd Miller and Ryan Ripley address a very popular question in Scrum circles: Why Do Organizations Fail at Scrum? During their discussion, Ryan and Todd discuss the tendency for organizations and teams to fail to adapt.


Elizabeth Warren takes aim at high ethereum network fees that she says could wipe out small investors


Elizabeth Warren has criticized the high fees on ethereum’s network during heightened trading volatility, arguing they could substantially harm small investors. Ethereum network fees can change rapidly, largely because the blockchain uses a blind auction system to set them.

What is VPN and How it Works?

The Crazy Programmer

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network, it is a specific mode of data transmission, such as building a virtual network that can be privately used to send one’s packets.

Zero-Trust Network Access Platforms Slash DevOps Bottlenecks

In a prior article, I indicated why a new remote zero-trust platform is needed to support DevOps teams.

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Make Payment Optimization a Part of Your Core Payment Strategy

Everything you need to know about payment optimization – an easy-to-integrate, PCI-compliant solution that enables companies to take control of their PSPs, minimize processing costs, maximize approval rates, and keep control over their payments data.

Living the Scrum Values in the Age of Remote Working

The past 18 months have been a whirlwind. Coronavirus, elections, inequality and conflict – a quagmire of micro and macro complexities that impact the feelings and behaviours of Scrum Teams.


Growing IoT Networks Pose New Challenges For Cybersecurity Teams


By some estimates, there are around 10 billion IoT devices operating in the world today. By 2025, there will be more than 25 billion — a huge increase in so-called “attack surfaces” potentially vulnerable to infiltration. And the main culprit for this explosion in vulnerable targets?

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Virtualization in Cloud Computing

The Crazy Programmer

Do you want to know the advantages and disadvantages of virtualization? Virtualization is the version of the physical thing in the virtual model developed to keep it virtual and accessible to a broad user base.