2022

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Myth Busting – Innovation Can Only Happen at the Office

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Apparently, innovation can only happen within the four physical walls of an office. Who knew, right?

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A New Journey to Better Software Security

Security Innovation

Like most AppSec organizations, it’s likely that you have been facing the same challenges as most other software organizations: you have limited staff and resources responsible for application security but shoulder the responsibility to reduce risk for the entire organization.

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7 Ways To Reduce Burnout In Your Tech Teams

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

The pandemic has resulted in a new kind of workplace burnout—making employee well-being more critical than ever. An Indeed survey reports 67% of all workers believe the pandemic has worsened burnout.

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Web 3.0 is Future – But Why Will It Use Open-Source Coding And Decentralize Technology?

The Crazy Programmer

Web 3.0 is the buzzword amongst a community of decentralized devoted people. The current state of the internet is web 2.0 – one largely restricted in terms of creation and control. Still, there is more usability for end-users and more user-generated content. Two examples are websites like WordPress and social media sites like Facebook, which allow users to have creative control. Before this, you guessed it, it was Web 1.0, which was very much a what you see is what you get web. Web 3.0

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Fail Well, Pivot Fast: Product Experimentation for Continuous Discovery

Speaker: William Haas Evans - Principal Consultant, Head of Product Strategy & Design Practice, Kuroshio Consulting

This presentation will explore the basics of the scientific method and examine how proper experimental design, multiple hypothesis testing, cohort analysis, and split testing can effectively reduce batch size and lead to validated insights. You'll leave the webinar with a new understanding of how to experiment in a way that generates real insights, not just noise.

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How to Build a Team That’s a Talent Magnet

Scott Elbin

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Six Steps To Developing An Innovation Strategy For A Software Company

Isabel Nyo

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High ROI Leadership – Schedule the Finish

Let's Grow Leaders

Schedule the finish to reduce frustration and increase performance. You’ve got more to do than time to do it. Your plan is going to get interrupted, and your interruptions are going to get interrupted. If you don’t have an intentional, focused way to finish what you start, it won’t happen.

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The Great DevOps Burnout

DevOps.com

DevOps needs a mindset shift to save the overworked engineering collective. There’s a considerable discussion right now about the Great Resignation. But if you work in software engineering, you’re probably even more familiar with the Great Burnout.

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How to Help Your Team Say No at Work

Let's Grow Leaders

Help your team say no at work so they can say yes to the work that matters most. The ability to say “no” is critical for a person’s sense of agency or feeling in control of their life. That feeling of agency directly contributes to workplace morale, engagement, and productivity.

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Subsurface: The Ultimate Data Lakehouse Conference

Speaker: Panel Speakers

We’ve just opened registration for Subsurface LIVE 2023! Learn how to innovate with open source technologies such as Apache Arrow, Delta Lake, and more. Register now to secure your spot at Subsurface LIVE being held March 1-2, 2023.

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The 2030 Self-Driving Car Bet

Coding Horror

It's my honor to announce that John Carmack and I have initiated a friendly bet of $10,000* to the 501(c)(3) charity of the winner’s choice: By January 1st, 2030, completely autonomous self-driving cars meeting SAE J3016 level 5 will be commercially available for passenger use in major cities.

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Switching to Go – First Impressions

Henrik Warne

A few months ago I switched to working in Go. Before that, my main language was Python for many years. The change to Go has been very smooth, without any major surprises or stumbling blocks. This may partly be because in the past I have also worked in both C++ and Java.

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We are still early with the cloud

Erik Bernhardsson

This is is in many respects a successor to a blog post I wrote last year. about what I want from software infrastructure, but the ideas morphed in my head into something sort of wider. The genesis.

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use(): the React new experimental hook ??

Xebia

use(): the React new experimental hook. React team and the JavaScript community are discussing a hook called `use` and I see a lot of hype about this new feature. See how to implement it and the possibilities for the near future. —-.

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Data Value Scorecard Report

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

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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?

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Bottleneck #03: Product v Engineering

Martin Fowler

In the third article on the Bottlenecks of Scaleups, Rick Kick and Kennedy Collins talk about the bottleneck that occurs when friction develops between product and engineering.

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The Rise of Hybrid Work and What it Means For Agile

Agile Alliance

Are hybrid workplaces compatible with the workflow teams are trying to achieve, or does it help or hinder them from living up to Agile values and principles? The post The Rise of Hybrid Work and What it Means For Agile first appeared on Agile Alliance. Business Process Featured

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10 Key Trends of Digital Transformation in Healthcare in 2022

OTS Solutions

The COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally altered healthcare in 2020. Still, in 2021, a new set of problems has emerged, including more potent COVID-19 variations and overflowing hospitals attempting to treat both people with and without the virus.

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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.

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How AI/ML is changing the way businesses work

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Businesses around the world are constantly evolving and with that comes new opportunities for companies to improve their operations and grow their reach. One of the most exciting and rapidly-growing fields in this evolution is Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

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Don't make this planning mistake during Product Backlog refinement in Scrum

Scrum.org

The refinement process for those practicing Scrum determines the detail, order and size of the items in the Product Backlog. The purpose is to ensure that we have the highest-ordered Product Backlog items (PBIs) ready to Sprint.

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True Gratitude – More Than Pleasantries or Recognition

Let's Grow Leaders

It’s easy for true gratitude to get lost in the swirl of formal recognition programs, everyday courtesies, and the relentless push for more and better. Progress is good. You need recognition. And courtesy is vital. But none of these are genuine gratitude. True gratitude begins with deep humility.

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Benefits of Scrum

3back

In today's evolving global labor market, the benefits of Scrum development methodologies are becoming increasingly apparent.

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12 Considerations When Evaluating Data Lake Engine Vendors for Analytics and BI

Businesses today compete on their ability to turn big data into essential business insights. Modern enterprises leverage cloud data lakes as the platform used to store data. 57% of the enterprises currently using a data lake cite improved business agility as a benefit.

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Effective Software Testing – A Developer’s Guide

Henrik Warne

I recently finished Effective Software Testing – A Developer’s Guide by Maurício Aniche , and I really liked it. I have been coding for a long time and I think I have been writing pretty good tests for the features I have implemented. Even so, I found this book quite valuable. Particularly the chapters on how to systematically come up with test cases based on the specification, inputs, outputs and the structure of the implementation.

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What I have been working on: Modal

Erik Bernhardsson

Long story short: I'm working on a super cool tool called Modal. Please check it out — it lets you run things in the cloud without having to think about infrastructure. Scaling out, scheduling, containerization, using GPUs, setting up webhooks, and all kinds of other stuff. It's primarily meant for data teams. We aren't quite live, but you can sign up for our waitlist. Context. Most of my career has been in data.

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The Real Reasons for Doing Test-Driven Development ??

Xebia

Why do people apply TDD? Here’s a secret: it’s not for the tests. Learn about the actual goal and values hidden under the surface of Test-Driven Development. What Are the Real Reasons for Doing TDD? Test-Driven Development (TDD) is a controversial topic amongst developers.

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Dennis Ritchie Biography

The Crazy Programmer

Dennis Ritchie, a computer scientist is most popularly known for creating the C programming language. Dennis grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and attended ‘Summit High School’ in Summit, New Jersey. He was a star student in the classroom, earning consistently good grades.

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Checklist Report: Preparing for the Next-Generation Cloud Data Architecture

Data architectures have evolved dramatically. It is time to reconsider the fundamental ways that information is accumulated, managed, and then provisioned to the different downstream data consumers.

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Exploring Mastodon

Martin Fowler

I've been a heavy user of Twitter over the last decade, and while Musk's purchase of Twitter hasn't got me running for the exit, it has prompted me to take a look at possible alternatives should Twitter change into something no longer worthwhile for me.

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Joy of Agility – Joshua Kerievsky

Agile Alliance

Joshua shares six essential agile mantras, plus unforgettable, real-world agile stories that will empower you to be quick, adaptable, and resourceful in the face of opportunities and challenges. The post Joy of Agility – Joshua Kerievsky first appeared on Agile Alliance. Framework

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Number one reason why StartUps fail when scaling

Evolution4all

The post Number one reason why StartUps fail when scaling appeared first on Organisational Mastery

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