The Future of Technical Journalism
MARCH 14, 2019
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MARCH 14, 2019
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MAY 12, 2019
The post Technical Journalism in the Modern World appeared first on DevOps.com. Blogs ROELBOB
SEPTEMBER 6, 2017
What is Mobile Journalism? Mobile Journalism is a new way of storytelling where reporters use smart phones or other electronic devices to record the news and distribute it on their respective platforms. Check out this sample Mobile journalism video. WatchDown.com.
Next Level Blog
NOVEMBER 4, 2013
Last week I wrote in the first few pages of a new journal. I haven’t counted all of the old, filled-up, dog-eared journals I have. I started journaling in the mornings for a few minutes around 15 years ago. Still, I keep coming back to journaling.
The New Stack
MAY 3, 2019
The post The New Stack Turns Five, Heralding a New Era of Tech Journalism appeared first on The New Stack. This week was like any other week at The New Stack except for one thing. We celebrated an anniversary. The New Stack is five years old.
Women on Business
JANUARY 9, 2013
If you want your company to succeed at brand journalism (aka corporate media gone social), you better know how to tell a good story. Otherwise, be prepared to take a lot of heat from its critics who would be elated to escort “brand journalism” out of 2013 STAT.
JANUARY 20, 2016
Though it may not be obvious to the average person, the journalism industry is undergoing a transformative change, one that could very well revolutionize the business in exciting ways. Data has, of course, always been a part of journalism, especially when it came to in-depth reporting. Data journalism has arrived, and its overall impact on the industry will be something to keep a close eye on over the next few years. The promise behind data journalism is immense.
Women on Business
SEPTEMBER 19, 2012
NEWS AND INSIGHTS UPDATE: Journalism is part of the larger media business, so it’s not surprising that women still lag significantly behind men in that industry just as they do in other industries. “Now try to square those numbers with these: Over the past 10 years, between 70 and 76% of all journalism and mass communications graduates have been women.” Get the details: Why do women still lag in journalism?
JUNE 22, 2016
The work of the agile business analyst is never done is one of the conclusions reached in my first agile article for online journal InfoQ User Stories Are Placeholders for Requirements. The post Writing an Agile Article for a Proper Journal appeared first on Storm Consulting.
DECEMBER 27, 2019
These include DC Inno , Growjo , and the Washington Business Journal. In September, the Washington Business Journal named AgileEngine among the top-75 fastest-growing privately-held companies in DC.
JANUARY 23, 2020
Blogs DevOps Practice Microservices Journal agile microservices monolithic applications Monoliths service oriented architecture soa
JANUARY 29, 2019
Application Performance Management/Monitoring Blogs Microservices Journal Tools application performance management cloud-native apps containers microservices monitoringMicroservices usage has skyrocketed.
JULY 18, 2019
Blogs Containers Microservices Journal News Tools API Microgateway APIs containers microservices WSO2
JANUARY 21, 2019
Blogs DevOps Practice Microservices Journal Operations devops microservices service mesh service metricsWe live in an increasingly “as-a-service” world.
SEPTEMBER 25, 2019
Today, we have similar (and equally epic) news from the Washington Business Journal. Only time will tell, but the news from Washington Business Journal prove that the future is bright for our amazing team! About the Top-75 List from Washington Business Journal. Founded in 1986, Washington Business Journal is a part of American City Business Journals (ACBJ). 2019 is the second year when the Journal publishes its list of 75 fast-growing privately held businesses.
OCTOBER 24, 2018
An upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal invites insight from thought leaders, business practitioners and academics. What impact will Fintech have across the entire financial supply chain industry over the next five years?
FEBRUARY 4, 2015
The Washington Business Journal has published an article based on an interview of Yanev Suissa, a former venture fellow with Washington D.C. Find more at Washington Business Journal. By Bob Gourley.
O'Reilly Media - Data
AUGUST 24, 2018
Mark Hansen explains how computation has forever changed the practice of journalism. Continue reading The reporter’s notebook
AUGUST 11, 2015
The Wall Street Journal examined this trend in their piece titled: Spy Software Gets a Second Life on Wall Street. Read more of this story on The Wall Street Journal. Big Data Cyber Security News Trends Central Intelligence Agency In-Q-Tel The Wall Street Journal UBS
NOVEMBER 17, 2017
conference #sld17 check-in journal goal setting Learning networkingFor many sectors, autumn and winter are peek exhibition and conference season. But is it all about sales or can we learn from these too? Can professionals learn at conferences or they just a waste of time?
MAY 5, 2014
Architecture CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Research antivirus Computer security Fixmo Hexis Information security invincea Symantec Triumfant Wall Street Journal As a technologist I have long respected Symantec and their many capabilities (they do far more than antivirus, see the list here).
JULY 17, 2014
IBM has expressed similar enthusiasm, committing over 100,000 employees to the Apple initiative, according to the Wall Street Journal. Analysis Big Data Cloud Computing CTO Gadgets Government Mobile Trends Apple IBM iOS ipad IPhone Wall Street Journal By Shannon Perry.
OCTOBER 19, 2015
Apple Ordered to Pay $234 Million in Patent Lawsuit - Wall Street Journal. Federal court jury says Apple owes WARF $234 million - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. News Apple Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Robots Scott Walker (politician) VAThe following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from FedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com ): Fed Tech Ticker. HII SN3’s Frazer Lockhart Named to DOE’s Environmental Mgmt Advisory Board.
MAY 21, 2014
CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Research Tech Trends Facebook Google Hulu Twitch United States Wall Street Journal Washington Post YouTube Before this month most Americans had not even heard of Twitch.
JULY 2, 2015
The Wall Street Journal reported that Coca-Cola has named Alan Boehme as CTO: Mr. Boehme has led Coke’s enterprise architecture, innovation and emerging technologies for the past four years. During that time, he has guided the company’s strategy “to arm Coca-Cola for the future, including new platforms, cloud-based solutions and an aggressive yet flexible approach to enterprise security to position our company for growth,” according to a memo from CIO Ed Steinike, reviewed by CIO Journal.
APRIL 27, 2014
An April article from the Wall Street Journal has revealed that Amazon intends add smartphones to the mix, with plans to unveil the device June and begin shipping in the second half of this year. CTO Mobile Research Amazon Apple IPhone Jeff Bezos Kindle Fire samsung Smartphone Wall Street Journal
JUNE 6, 2014
As of Tuesday June 3 rd , no mention of the mass surveillance protest could be found on the websites of the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Reuters, and CNN (among others). By ShannonPerry.
AUGUST 27, 2014
In the 1970s, an article in the Journal of Communication by Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann coined the term “spiral of silence” to describe the observed phenomenon. Social Media Trends Edward Snowden Facebook Journal of Communication Pew Research Center Silent Spiral social media Twitter
FEBRUARY 27, 2014
See the video at this link and embedded below: CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Mobile Android Boeing Boeing Black Dual SIM Federal Communications Commission Secure Digital Smartphone United States Wall Street Journal
DECEMBER 11, 2019
Blogs DevOps Toolbox Microservices Journal Platforms consul Hashicorp Istio microservices open source service mesh Service Mesh InterfaceHashiCorp this week updated its Consul service mesh to make it easier to manage namespaces across multiple services.
SEPTEMBER 28, 2015
News Barack Obama China NSA The Wall Street Journal Washington DCThe following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from FedTechTicker.com and TopTechTicker.com ): Fed Tech Ticker. GAO: Small businesses working with DoD need cybersecurity guidance. Technology One making inroads into Federal Govt - Delimiter. ACLU Argues for Right to Sue NSA for “Upstream” Surveillance - Nextgov. Can the US Trust China to Stop Stealing Business Secrets? Nextgov.
JUNE 9, 2014
Last week, Jennifer Valentino-DeVries , a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, hosted such an IAmA. Valentino-DeVries is most famous for co-authoring the Journal ’s award-winning series on digital privacy, “What They Know.” Big Data Cyber Security DoD and IC Government Social Media The Future Trends Metadata National Security Agency Privacy Valentino-Devries Wall Street Journal By Shannon Perry.
Lead on Purpose
DECEMBER 10, 2009
In their recent Wall Street Journal article Do You Really Want to be a Leader? a recent post by Michael Hopkin, Michael shared some insights from a Wall Street Journal article on “Do You Really Want to Be a [.]
MAY 6, 2014
According to the Wall Street Journal , FireEye Inc. – CTO Cyber Security FireEye Internet Explorer microsoft Microsoft Windows patch Wall Street Journal Windows XP Zero-day attack By ShannonPerry. Microsoft acknowledged a zero day vulnerability in Internet Explorer – the default web browser for many computers, laptops, and tablets – in a security advisory released last weekend. Vulnerable Internet Explorers include versions 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11.
APRIL 16, 2014
Big Data CTO DoD and IC Amazon.com Artificial intelligence Earth Facebook Google Internet access New Mexico Wall Street Journal By ShannonPerry. Young tech companies certainly do not shy away from innovation or acquisition. Two examples: this year, Facebook acquired virtual reality firm Oculus in an effort to develop new communication lines, and Google purchased DeepMind, pushing into the artificial intelligence sphere.
Next Level Blog
NOVEMBER 29, 2010
Next Level Blog Executive Leadership Development Overview Executive Coaching Group Coaching Presentations, Retreats & Workshops Leadership Assessment The Life GPS® Enterprise-Wide Leadership Development Programs The Next Level Book Overview Read It Buy It Learn More About It Be a Part of It Speaking Overview Topics Book Scott Eblin Upcoming Events For Program Coordinators Resource Center Overview Newsletter Next Level Community Board Hot Links Media Room Overview Late Breaking News Interview Questions Press Kit Photos « Lessons from the TSA on Communicating Change | Main | Video Book Club: Difficult Conversations » November 29, 2010 How to Apologize When Your Candid Comments Show Up on WikiLeaks (or Somewhere Else You Didn’t Intend) A good piece of conventional wisdom for leaders used to be to never do, say or write anything down that you wouldn’t want to read on the front page of The Wall Street Journal. Times have changed though. As this week’s WikiLeaks release of more than 250,000 U.S. State Department documents shows, there’s a pretty good chance that your recorded thoughts and actions can end up all over the internet in no time flat. As reported in the New York Times and other major publications, the State Department memos contain some rather embarrassing details of how diplomacy gets done and some very candid assessments of individual world leaders. For example, according to a summary in the Financial Times , the documents describe French president Sarkozy as having a “thin skinned and authoritarian personal style,” Russian president Medvedev as “Robin” to Prime Minister Putin’s “Batman,” Afghan President Karzai as “an extremely weak man who does not listen to facts,” Italy’s PM Berlusconi as “feckless and vain,” and North Korea’s Kim Jong Il as a “flabby old chap.” Since most of those observations could be made firsthand by anyone who follows international news, you sort of have to wonder what the value was in writing them down. In any case, they were and now the apologizing is underway. While it’s unlikely that your closeted skeletons will suddenly appear on WikiLeaks (although the probability of someone’s Facebook page or blog is much higher), you’ve likely faced situations as a leader where your true thoughts inadvertently come out (You’ve probably learned the hard way that the recall button on that e-mail you just sent by “Reply All” doesn’t actually do anything). In spite of all the lessons you’ve learned, it will probably happen again in the future. If not that, then you may end up on the receiving end of someone else’s unintended candor. Here are some suggestions on how to apologize in the first instance and why and how you should accept the apology in the second: How to Apologize When Your True Thoughts Are Revealed Own It: When your embarrassing cat gets out of the bag, you’ve got to own it. Don’t ignore it or hope it goes away. Acknowledge what you said or wrote to the offended party. Say It: Say how sorry you are for what you did and any hurt or embarrassment you’ve caused. Face to face is best, video or phone conference is second best, handwritten note is next best (and a nice supplement to one of the first two), e-mail is least preferred. Recap It: At the end of your apology, offer some sincere reflections on how much you value the relationship with the other person and why that matters to you. Recall the successes you’ve had together and express the hope that those can continue in the future. Ask It: Ask what you can do to regain the other person’s trust and goodwill. Don’t expect an immediate answer. They may need to think it over. Act on It: Act in a way that rebuilds trust. Look for opportunities to publicly and sincerely acknowledge the contributions and leadership of the other person. Why and How to Accept an Apology When It’s Offered You’ve Got a History: If someone knows you well enough to embarrass you publicly, you probably have a history together. Try to put the offending act in the context of the broader history you have with each other. There are probably some positive moments in there as well as times when you’ve been the offending party. Is it worth blowing up the history because of what just happened? You’ve Got Mutual Interests: There’s the history and there’s the future. You’ve built a relationship because you’ve had mutual interests. You’ll likely continue to have mutual interests. Get clear with yourself about what those are. Do what you can to put the episode behind you and get back to the work that needs to be done. You’re Both Human: If you’re like most human beings, you’ve said or written some pretty snarky things about other people. Maybe you’ve just been lucky and they haven’t been exposed for broader consumption. Human beings make mistakes and even occasionally learn from them. Help the process along by accepting the apology. What about you? Any scary stories about unintended candor that you want to share? If you were the offending leader, what did you do to set things right? If you were on the receiving end, what worked? What didn’t work? What did you do to get yourself through it? Posted by Scott Eblin on November 29, 2010 in Current Affairs , Leadership , Personal Presence | Permalink Technorati Tags : apologies , diplomacy , embarrassment , WikiLeaks TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference How to Apologize When Your Candid Comments Show Up on WikiLeaks (or Somewhere Else You Didn’t Intend) : Comments Did anyone send this to the State Dept after WikiLeaks? Posted by: CAW | December 01, 2010 at 01:55 PM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted. Your comment could not be posted. Error type: Your comment has been saved. Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved by the author. 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NOVEMBER 11, 2014
This is taken from The Intercollegiate Finance Journal (IFJ) is an undergraduate student-run journal about how current finance, economics, business and technology issues affect students'' lives. Is the concept of national corporations and financial indices outdated? Perhaps!