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How Reliable Is Cable Internet? Here’s How Our Networks Are Performing


Starting in mid-March, the world experienced a sudden surge in internet usage driven by the widespread COVID-19 stay-at-home orders that caused many of us to switch to working and studying at home in a matter of days. Cable broadband networks not only withstood this sudden surge in internet usage; they excelled. For example, for the week of June 27–July 4, 99.9 percent of U.S. cable broadband users saw no material impact on customer experience.

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning: What’s the Difference?

Daffodil Software

Over time, there has been an astronomical rise in the number of ways Artificial Intelligence can be utilized for the betterment of everyday lives. The technology is almost everywhere- in traffic predicting Google Maps, in video surveillance cameras, in face recognition apps, in speech recognition & language translation solutions, etc. In fact, AI is one of the trending technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Artificial Intelligence Software Development


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Features or Quality? App Survey Shows Surprising Results

Software is an essential part of our everyday lives, but that doesn’t mean that people are always happy with the app experiences that they’re having. We at DeepCode conducted a survey to learn more about what people really think about software quality today. Is it getting better or worse? How important are bugs and security […]. The post Features or Quality? App Survey Shows Surprising Results appeared first on

Is Kanban Linear?

typical Kanban board usually shows a series of steps or activities that work passes through. In software development, this may take the form of work items passing through some sort of discovery step when analysis or design happens, to a building or development activity, before it passes through a validation or testing stage. Such a visualisation often shows that work items move from the left hand side of the board to the right.


11 Required Monitoring Platform Capabilities for Enterprise DevOps Teams

In this eBook, Isaac Johnson, a Principal Software Engineer and DevOps Architect with experience at multiple Fortune 500 companies, reveals the key things he looks for when evaluating monitoring platforms for enterprise DevOps teams.

Microservices Adoption in 2020

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

Microservices seem to be everywhere. Scratch that: talk about microservices seems to be everywhere. And that’s the problem. Thinkers as dissimilar as Plato , Robert Boyle , and Keith Richards tend to agree about one thing: Talk is cheap. So we wanted to determine to what extent, and how, O’Reilly subscribers are empirically using microservices. In other words, how long have people been using them? What are they using them for? Are they having success?

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The Economics of Peace

CEO Insider

Today, Afghanistan remains the most heavily mined country in the world. Yet, over 80 percent of the jobs in Afghanistan are dependent upon agribusiness to lift the country up from poverty and create a stable government. It is a paradox to cultivate land for economic growth, with the fear of a landmine beneath the plow […]. License and Republishing: The views expressed in this article The Economics of Peace are those of the author Heidi Kühn alone and not the CEOWORLD magazine.

Has the Pandemic Made DevOps Tougher or Easier?

How has COVID-19 impacted the way DevOps professionals approach their work? The current, unpredictable economic climate as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic has exposed a glaring need for organizations to be able to do more with less. They have fewer resources and even less margin of error now to maintain customer relationships, keep […]. The post Has the Pandemic Made DevOps Tougher or Easier? appeared first on

Grow a culture of innovation and learning with frequent Developer Huddles

Without skilled developers, the Scrum Framework is no more than lipstick on a pig. Having to create?—?and and hopefully deploy?—?new new versions of your product every Sprint is a tall order. But it's also necessary if you want to reduce the inherent risk of the complex work that is product development. It's a huge disservice to state that developers are only there to code. They are there to solve the complex puzzle of how to deliver a valuable increment within the span of a single Sprint.

EventStorming; Core concepts, glossary and legend


Recently on Twitter Chris Richardson asked if anyone has created a consistent and comprehensive glossary for EventStorming core concepts. I replied saying that #EventStorming is fuzzy by design. There are standard core concepts, and depending on the context, we use different words for the post-its. Because with that fuzziness, you get more insights. I call […]. The post EventStorming; Core concepts, glossary and legend appeared first on Xebia Blog.


Building Evolvable Architectures

Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Parsons, CTO of ThoughtWorks

The software development ecosystem exists in a state of dynamic equilibrium, where any new tool, framework, or technique leads to disruption and the establishment of a new equilibrium. Predictability is impossible when the foundation architects plan against is constantly changing in unexpected ways. It’s no surprise many CIOs and CTOs are struggling to adapt, in part because their architecture isn’t equipped to evolve. This webinar will discuss what’s at stake if companies continue to use long term architecture plans.

Knock Your Innovation Program Out of the Park


Why it’s important to operationalize big data into daily tasks


Read why Mary Shacklett says that big data analytics should be used to do more than just deliver reports to decision-makers on the Tech Republic : Big data analytics is […].

The Inevitability of change

There is no such thing as an Agile Transformation, Digital Transformation, DevOps Transformation, or any of the Whatever Transformation that you can think of or have been sold. You can’t buy agility, and you certainly can’t install it. There is no end state, no optimal outcome, No best practices. We are no longer factory workers.

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CVE-2020-1350: Wormable Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Windows DNS Server Disclosed (SIGRed)


Researchers disclose a 17-year old wormable flaw in Windows DNS servers. Organizations are strongly encouraged to apply patches as soon as possible. Background. On July 14, Microsoft patched a critical vulnerability in Windows Domain Name System (DNS) Server as part of Patch Tuesday for July 2020. The vulnerability was disclosed to Microsoft by Sagi Tzadik and Eyal Itkin, researchers at Check Point Research, who dubbed this vulnerability “SIGRed.”

How to Measure DevSecOps Progress and Ensure Success

Speaker: Shannon Lietz, Director of DevSecOps Team, Intuit

You've finally done it: You've won over C-Suite and your DevSecOps team is up and running. But how do you monitor your new program? Join Shannon Lietz, Leader and Director of DevsecOps at Intuit, and learn to lead your DevSecOps team to the top.

Jump Over the Hidden Barriers to Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is critical to success in the new normal. Here’s how to achieve it in an uncertain economy Bit by bit, we’re reopening the economy. No one knows how long it’ll take to get the economy back on track or what kind of regulations there will be to keep everyone safe. But we do […]. The post Jump Over the Hidden Barriers to Digital Transformation appeared first on

Stay vigilant against these 5 data security risks


Read Jessica Hubbard list five data security risks for the finance sector companies on Financial Management : With corporate data breaches making news headlines almost every other day, it is […].

Agile.FM Podcast with Dan Vacanti about the Professional Scrum with Kanban (PSK) course

I had the pleasure to sit down with Dan Vacanti , who has helped develop the Kanban Method and is the course steward of's Professional Scrum with Kanban course, and record this Agile.FM episode. Dan and I talk about Scrum with Kanban and how agile processes can compliment each other. We talked about the communities, metrics and predictability which does not come as a surprise as Dan is also the author of two agile books: . When Will It Be Done?

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Society Centered-Design

O'Reilly Media - Ideas

A World of Individuals. Our world is on fire. For too long we have been complicit, maintaining the status quo. This must change. I’m writing this as we’re living through three pandemics. Covid-19, structurally enabled racism, and the climate crisis. Each of these pandemics make visible the ways that individuals fit into and contribute to wider communities. Or fail to fit in.

The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

DevOps Was Supposed to Kill Developer Jobs. Here’s Why it Didn’t

The rise of DevOps is more an evolution than a revolution, and developer jobs aren’t going anywhere Development died a long time ago and was replaced by DevOps. Or, at least that was the way it was supposed to happen. In reality, developers are doing just fine. There are currently almost 150,000 development jobs right […]. The post DevOps Was Supposed to Kill Developer Jobs. Here’s Why it Didn’t appeared first on

Data Management In The Age Of AI


Read Shailesh Manjrekar explain how companies can manage data with artificial intelligence on Forbes : How many times have organizations been told that data is their most important and strategic […].

Organizations with the best Scrum claim they don’t have it

This particular revelation came to me few years after I started working with agility. Organizations I have visited were either in a rigid-waterfall state and claimed that they are agile ("but we do daily standups" -this is an actual quote from management of one of them), or were agile and nible and admitted that they "have a long way to go and are still learning" (another actual quote - thanks Filip ??).

Digital Transformation: What It Means for Your Nonprofit and How to Get Started


In March of this year, TechSoup — and much of the nonprofit sector across the world — was forced to rapidly transition to a fully remote workplace. It wasn't easy and it wasn't pretty, but it forced us to focus on how we operate and work together and how we push forward our own digital transformation. It also further highlighted the need for this transformation to occur in the nonprofit sector at large. The Cloud Marketing and Communications Data Management Tech Planning

Are Your Embedded Analytics DevOps-Friendly?

Does your analytics solution work with your current tech stack and DevOps practices? If not, any update to the analytics could increase deployment complexity and become difficult to maintain. Learn the 5 elements of a DevOps-friendly embedded analytics solution.

A Poet’s Defense

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5 reasons AI isn’t being adopted at your organization (and how to fix it)


Read Greg Nichols list five reasons why companies are not adopting artificial intelligence and how to fix it on ZDNet : Like most nebulous technologies marketed as the cure-all for […].

[VLOG] Why the Scrum Product Backlog Is Not Only User Stories And Is Not Prioritised

What is up awesome people. I hope you are starting your week well. First of all I would like to thank all of you for your continuous support to my channel as my channel reached another milestone. In this week's vlog, I would like to talk about the Product Backlog that is often misunderstood in the market. There are still quite many people who think that the Product Backlog is prioritised and only consists of User Stories.


CVE-2020-8193, CVE-2020-8195, and CVE-2020-819: Active Exploitation of Citrix Vulnerabilities


Following active exploitation against F5 BIG-IP devices, exploit attempts targeting newly disclosed vulnerabilities in Citrix products have begun, which include potential extraction of VPN sessions on vulnerable targets. Background. On July 7, Citrix disclosed 11 new vulnerabilities in the Citrix Application Delivery Controller (ADC), Citrix Gateway, and Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance devices.

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5 Things a Data Scientist Can Do to Stay Current

DataRobot together with Snowflake – a leading cloud data platform provider — is helping data scientists stay current with the latest technology and data science best practices so that they can excel in an increasingly AI-driven workplace. Five Things a Data Scientist Can Do to Stay Current offers data scientists guidance for thriving in AI-driven enterprises.