2020

Why Testing is No Longer Sufficient for Today’s Software Delivery Pipelines

OverOps

The move to innovate at speed and scale is stressing software quality and exposing the limitations of testing. Don’t get me wrong – testing in all its forms is inseparable from the software delivery supply chain.

A Guide to Threat Modelling for Developers

Martin Fowler

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20 Questions from New Scrum Master to Product Owner

Scrum.org

TL; DR: 20 Questions to Ask the Product Owner to Get up to Speed as a New Scrum Master. From Scrum Master to Product Owner, this set of questions addresses the future collaboration between the two individuals and the rest of the Scrum Team.

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Using Team Topologies to discover and improve reliability qualities

Xebia

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Cassandra Data Modeling Guide to Best Practices

Are you a developer, database architect, or database administrator that's new to Cassandra but have been tasked with developing a Cassandra schema design? Learn the basic rules to keep in mind when designing your schema for Cassandra.

360 Customer View: DataOps for Marketing Success - A Zaloni Resource

Zaloni

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Developer experience as a competitive advantage

Erik Bernhardsson

Kubernetes Troubleshooting: 7 Essential Steps for Delivering Reliable Applications

OverOps

A step-by-step guide for delivering more reliable software in today’s increasingly complex and fast moving environment.

How to hire smarter than the market: a toy model

Erik Bernhardsson

Let’s consider a toy model where you’re hiring for two things and that those are equally valuable. It’s not very important what those are, so let’s just call them “thing A” and “thing B” for now.

Patterns of Distributed Systems

Martin Fowler

Over the last few months, my colleague Unmesh Joshi has been running workshops to teach developers about distributed systems design. In this work he's been delving into many open-source distributed systems and identifying patterns. As he writes them up, he's publishing the patterns on my site.

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Achieve Manufacturing Digital Transformation

Survival of the fittest is linked not to size or strength, but to the ability to change, adapt, and seize opportunities. Factories are increasingly being relied upon to handle more complex operations to serve a broader range of products. To perform this effectively, smart manufacturing is key.

Secure by Design

Henrik Warne

I really like Secure by Design. The key idea is that there is a big overlap between secure code and good software design. Code that is strict, clear and focused will be easier to reason about, and will have fewer bugs. This in turn makes it less vulnerable to attacks.

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Student Registration Form in HTML with JavaScript Validation

The Crazy Programmer

In this tutorial, I will tell you how to make student registration form in html with javascript validation. Javascript is basically used to validate HTML pages in web application. Validations are basically some rules to follow when inputting values to register on-site.

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Building a PC, Part IX: Downsizing

Coding Horror

Hard to believe that I've had the same PC case since 2011, and my last serious upgrade was in 2015. I guess that's yet another sign that the PC is over , because PC upgrades have gotten really boring. It took 5 years for me to muster up the initiative to get my system fully upgraded! ??

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How to make your Zoom meetings more secure

The Parallax

Zoom , the video-conferencing app darling of the stay-at-home coronavirus era, is zooming through some cybersecurity growing pains alongside explosive growth.

Report by Dresner Advisory Services: Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study

According to the 2020 Dresner Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study, embedded business intelligence is crucial for application success. This report explores the current state of BI and why application teams are increasingly choosing an embedded solution.

Tips for Better Remote Meetings

Agile Alliance

As of this week, many people who are accustomed to going to the office are working from home. I myself am mostly staying at home, avoiding face-to-face interaction with colleagues and friends, especially those over 65 or with medical issues.

20 Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence Influencers To Follow In 2020

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Machine Learning (ML) is emerging as one of the hottest fields today. It has penetrated into numerous aspects of our everyday life—be it Siri or Alexa, Facebook/Instagram friend suggestions, Gmail spam filters, traffic congestion predictions, customer support chatbots, and much more.

The Problem with Artificial Intelligence in Security

CTOvision

Read Dr. Leila Powell take a look at the security issues associated with artificial intelligence on Dark Reading: If you believed everything you read, artificial intelligence (AI) is the savior […].

Knock Your Innovation Program Out of the Park

Planbox

5 Tips to Advance Your Career as a Technical Recruiter

Just as the tech industry revolves around innovation, so does technical recruiting. To advance their career by attracting top candidates in a competitive landscape, modern recruiters must commit to actively adapting and advancing their hiring strategies. This step-by-step guide is designed to provide technical recruiters with tips and tricks to achieve tangible results that accelerate their recruiting efforts—and career.

Lessons from the Recent Facebook iOS SDK Crash

OverOps

On July 10, popular apps like Spotify and Tinder suffered crashes due to a Facebook SDK issue. OverOps CTO Tal Weiss breaks down a few key learnings development teams can take from this mishap. The recent Facebook iOS SDK crash highlights how a code or environment change by another company (e.g.

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Never attribute to stupidity that which is adequately explained by opportunity cost

Erik Bernhardsson

Hanlon's razor is a classic aphorism I'm sure you have heard before: Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity. I've found that neither malice nor stupidity is the most common reason when you don't understand why something is in a certain way.

Data Mesh Principles and Logical Architecture

Martin Fowler

Last year, my colleague Zhamak Dehghani introduced the notion of the Data Mesh , shifting from the notion of a centralized data lake to a distributed vision of data.

Good Logging

Henrik Warne

To check if a program is doing what it should, you can inspect the output from a given input. But as the system grows, you also need logging to help you understand what is happening. Good log messages are crucial when troubleshooting problems.

Deliver Effective Online Education and Events Your Members Will Love

This guide identifies the biggest challenges for associations moving their training online and provides practical solutions so that you can hit the ground running. Download now to keep your members engaged and growing even in times of COVID-19.

How to Become a Data Scientist in India?

The Crazy Programmer

First, we should know that how is scope in Data Science, So let me tell you that If you searched top jobs on the internet, in that list Data Science will be also present. So you can say this time Data Scientist has one of the most opportunities to become his career.

Top Trend of Microsoft Dynamic CRM in 2020

OTS Solutions

Here Are Top Seven Trends Of Microsoft Dynamic CRM In 2020. Arguably the most significant tool that a business can use is a customer relationship management tool. Also known as a microsoft dynamic CRM tool.

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How to protect your Ring from hackers (and Amazon partners)

The Parallax

The Ring doorbell spent much of 2019 getting buzzed by perceived security and privacy issues, from secret agreements with law enforcement agencies to cybersecurity practices that put its users at risk.

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Top 10 Agile Alliance Blog Posts of 2020

Agile Alliance

The Agile Alliance blog is a popular destination for our community of practitioners. It contains the latest and greatest articles in the Agile space. A wide array of topics were popular in 2020.

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Open Source & Open Standards: Navigating the Intricacies of a Symbiotic Partnership

Speaker: Guy Martin, Executive Director of OASIS Open

The COVID-19 global pandemic has raised the already bright visibility of technology to an even higher level. Join Guy Martin, Executive Director at OASIS Open, as he presents this webinar that will discuss how we can make open source and open standards even more effective by helping them recapture their strong partnership.

20 Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence Influencers To Follow In 2020

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Machine Learning (ML) is emerging as one of the hottest fields today. It has penetrated into numerous aspects of our everyday life—be it Siri or Alexa, Facebook/Instagram friend suggestions, Gmail spam filters, traffic congestion predictions, customer support chatbots, and much more.

Harnessing Big Data: Can Our Laws and Policies Keep Up?

CTOvision

Read Tim Molino explain how we can achieve big data revolution if our policies and laws are in order on Information Week : We are just at the beginning of the big data revolution. What was merely a prediction a few years ago is happening today.

The Trifecta of Innovative Project Portfolio Management

Planbox

Would you like fries with that? You were probably asked this question at some point or another while ordering a hamburger—and for good reason, too. After all, what goes better with a mouthwatering burger than some golden-crispy french fries? It’s a match made in heaven.