2020

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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.

Testing 255
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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.

SCRUM 183
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Using Team Topologies to discover and improve reliability qualities

Xebia

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

Zaloni

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Developer experience as a competitive advantage

Erik Bernhardsson

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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.

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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.

Marketing 237
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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.

System 285
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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 Shape of Things to Come: What’s the Future of Computer Programming?

The Crazy Programmer

What will computer programming look like in the future? Will, there even be programming jobs, and what will they entail? Is there still a point to going into a computer programming career? These questions are weighing heavily on the minds of both established programmers and newcomers to the field.

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Artificial Intelligence – A Guide for Thinking Humans

Henrik Warne

I really enjoyed reading Artificial Intelligence – A Guide for Thinking Humans by Melanie Mitchell. The author is a professor of computer science and an artificial intelligence (AI) researcher.

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How tracking voters’ locations could improve future elections

The Parallax

Smartphone location data is a dream for marketers who want to know where you go and how long you spend there—and a general nightmare for privacy advocates. It may come as a surprise that this type of geolocation data could also be used to protect people’s voting rights on Election Day.

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Your Ticket Out Of Crazy Town: How Scrum’s ‘Guardrails’ Protect Teams From Chaos

3back

As we stated before, Scrum is for developing in Complicated/Complex environments. This ties nicely to the Cynefin (ku-NEV-in) framework, which breaks Decision-Space into four areas: Clear, Complicated, Complex, and Chaotic.

SCRUM 208
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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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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.

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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 Lead In The Midst Of Urgent, Rapid Change And Strain

Let's Grow Leaders

Lead through rapid change with calm clarity When he started work that week, “Aaron” didn’t know that he’d be asked to guide his team through a coronavirus response, but within just a few days the situation was urgent. Major clients were making […].

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Improve Your Agile Retrospectives by Learning From Science!

Agile Alliance

How well are Agile retrospectives serving you? We assume you follow the Agile retrospective agenda by starting with setting the stage, then gathering data, followed by generating insights before you decide on actions and close the retrospectives.

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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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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.

Mobile 239
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Giving more tools to software engineers: the reorganization of the factory

Erik Bernhardsson

It's a popular attitude among developers to rant about our tools and how broken things are. Maybe I'm an optimistic person, because my viewpoint is the complete opposite!

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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.

System 285
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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.

Mobile 239
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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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6 Small Unit Testing Tips

Henrik Warne

Choosing test values when writing unit tests is mostly guided by the need to cover all cases of the program logic. However, some values are better than others. Here are a few tips on how to pick values that make mistakes easy to spot and the tests easy to read.

Testing 254
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Privacy advocates split on California’s Prop. 24

The Parallax

In 2021, technology companies whose businesses are based on the user data they collect might face financial penalties from a new California state agency. Regulatory oversight of consumer privacy is often pushed for and broadly lauded by consumer privacy advocates.

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What Happened to my Team? COVID-19’s Impact on Team Health

3back

COVID-19: A silver lining? In the pandemic’s early days, a Team Leader told me, with an obvious sense of relief, that his people were doing really well despite the turmoil. Productivity had actually increased after the Team’s shift to working from home.

SCRUM 207
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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.

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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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Running KIND Inside A Kubernetes Cluster For Continuous Integration

Jie Yu & Steven Chung

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How To Change Your Mind and Not Lose Their Trust and Support

Let's Grow Leaders

Does this sound familiar? You started the year with a clear vision and direction. You’ve rallied people around that vision and worked hard to engage everyone’s hearts and minds. You connected what to why. And had brilliant momentum. No one ever anticipated […].

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Communicate to be Understood, Not Just Heard

Agile Alliance

One of my favorite quotes from the famous Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw, is: “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”

Agile 259