Know Everything About MOJO – Mobile Journalism


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.

How Data Journalism is Impacting the Industry


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.

Writing an Agile Article for a Proper Journal

Storm Consulting

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.

Posts from Dr. Dobb’s Journal

Allen Holub

I wrote for DDJ (may it rest in peace) for many many years. Towards the end, I wrote a blog on agile-related topics. I haven’t gotten around to moving the actual articles over here, but here are links to them in the DDJ archives: Agile Certifications Are Actively Destructive Endless Flexibility, The Enemy of Agile The Anti… Agility

Hooked on Service Metrics

Blogs DevOps Practice Microservices Journal Operations devops microservices service mesh service metricsWe live in an increasingly “as-a-service” world.

Washington Business Journal Reports SineWave Ventures Is Launching A $100 Million Fund for Tech WYanev Suissa, formerly a venture capitalist with New Enterprise Associates and a senior investment officer in the Bush and Obama administrations, is launching a new venture firm with a focus on companies doing business with the public sector


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.

National Security Software On Wall Street: Cognitio’s Roger Hockenberry Comments


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

The reporter’s notebook

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Mark Hansen explains how computation has forever changed the practice of journalism. Continue reading The reporter’s notebook

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Symantec Finally Agrees With Everyone Else In The Security Community: Says Antivirus Software Is Dead


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).

Apple and IBM Announce Partnership


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.

Fed Tech Roundup October 19


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 and ): Fed Tech Ticker. HII SN3’s Frazer Lockhart Named to DOE’s Environmental Mgmt Advisory Board.

What is Twitch and Google Paying a Billion Dollars for It?


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.

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Coca-Cola Names Alan Boehme CTO, Replacing Jim Scholefield


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.

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Amazon to Enter the Smartphone Market


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

Reset the Net Campaign


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.

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Pew Report: Speaking Up or Staying Silent on Social Media


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

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Boeing Black Smartphone: Security, modularity and productivity


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

Fed Tech Roundup September 28


News Barack Obama China NSA The Wall Street Journal Washington DCThe following are some of the hot topics in the federal technology ecosystem (from and ): 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.

Journalist Valentino-Devries Hosts Reddit Q&A on Big Data and Privacy


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.

Google Acquires Drone Maker Titan Aerospace


Big Data CTO DoD and IC 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.

Critical Vulnerability Found, Exploited, Patched in Internet Explorer


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.

How social science research can inform the design of AI systems

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Ward has an extensive background in journalism, mainly covering topics in science and technology, at National Geographic , Al Jazeera, Discovery Channel, BBC, Popular Science , and many other outlets.

Don’t Worry, We Now Have Three Old Ideas for Solving the Cybersecurity Skills Gap


The Wall Street Journal proves once again that anyone can claim to be an expert in cybersecurity challenges and even provide us with solutions to enduring problems. The Wall Street Journal cites a career website for cybersecurity professionals in saying there are 300,000 unfilled cybersecurity jobs […]. One enduring problem is that businesses need more cybersecurity talent.

Edge Computing and the Industrial Internet of Things in 2019


Read Sastry Malladi take a look at how edge computing and industrial Internet of Things will fare in 2019 on RFID Journal : The year 2018 was formative for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies and deployments. Looking ahead to 2019, here are seven predictions for the commercial and industrial IoT, along with an outlook […]. CTO News

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3D Printing: The Next Big Thing in the Internet of Things


Read Swamini Kulkarni’s article about how the Internet of Things can help in 3D printing on RFID Journal : Since the beginning of time, mankind has been focused on how to reduce human labor and how to upgrade life activities by developing survival tools.

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GoDaddy Highlights Small Business Cybersecurity Paradox


Their argument, reports in the Wall Street Journal said, is that small businesses are held to the same standards as large corporates […]. Earlier this week, reports said two researchers from Bloomsberg University of Pennsylvania made their case for safe harbor rules and overall easing of regulatory penalties for small businesses hit by a cyber attack.

The trinity of errors in financial models: An introductory analysis using TensorFlow Probability

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Williams, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Fall 2006. An exploration of three types of errors inherent in all financial models. At Hedged Capital , an AI-first financial trading and advisory firm, we use probabilistic models to trade the financial markets.

How Hackers Talk Their Way Into Getting Company Secrets


Read Robert McMillan’s article about how hackers use social engineering to steal company secrets on Wall Street Journal: Often it begins with an innocuous-seeming email from an internet domain that closely resembles the victims. The message may appear to come from the company’s chief executive or another senior executive. Are you at your desk?” it […]. CTO Cyber Security News

5 Essential Tips for Writing Computer Science Research Project

The Crazy Programmer

One way to do this is to make sure that the articles or journals used are peer-reviewed. Some great places to find peer-reviewed sources include the Journal of Computer Science, The International Journal of Computer Science, and The Journal of Computer and System Sciences.

Google+ Will Shut Down After Security Hole Exposed User Data to Outside Developers, Report Says


The Google+ security bug gave outside developers access to the private data of hundreds of thousands of the social network’s users between 2015 and March 2018, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Google is shutting down Google Plus permanently after a major flaw was made public. Google neglected to report the issue to the […]. CTO Cyber Security News

The Next Big Move In Trade: Restricting more tech esports to China and barring some investments


The Wall Street Journal has been reporting on the administration's intentions to put new curbs on Chinese investments in the U.S. tech sector and on some exports of tech to China. Rule are expected to be announced in the coming days that will block firms with at least 25% Chinese ownership from buying companies involved [.]. CTO Cyber War News World War T

A Formula for Extremely Successful teams

It is based on research that Sam Walker (founding editor of the The Wall Street Journal’s sports section) published in 2017 in his book: ‘The Captain Class’. This is the first in a series of 3 blogs, sharing some leadership lessons from the most successful sports teams that ever existed.

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Highlights from JupyterCon in New York 2018

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Watch keynotes covering Jupyter's role in business, data science, higher education, open source, journalism, and other domains, from JupyterCon in New York 2018. Mark Hansen explains how computation has forever changed the practice of journalism. People from across the Jupyter community are coming together in New York for JupyterCon. Below you'll find links to keynotes from the event. All the cool kids are doing it, maybe we should too?

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Triaging modern medicine’s cybersecurity issues

The Parallax

Corman’s assertion jibes with findings in an April 2017 New England Journal of Medicine study that looked at how marathon-related road closures impact patient care.

[Call for Papers] Automation: The Next Frontier

Cutter Consortium

An upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal will explore automation in terms of new technologies, opportunities, applications, and associated challenges.

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I'm Loyal to Nothing Except the Dream

Coding Horror

I am subscribing to support essential investigative journalism such as the New York Times , Los Angeles Times , and Washington Post. I have set up monthly donations to independent journalism such as ProPublica and NPR.

Call for Papers: The Intelligent Edge of IoT

Cutter Consortium

An upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal seeks insight on the current uses of edge to cloud – or fog – applications, case studies, and industry/business implications. An upcoming issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal , with Guest Editors Ron Zahavi and Matt Vasey, seeks insight on the current uses of edge to cloud, or fog, applications, case studies, and the associated industry and business implications.

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How hackers are approaching medical cybersecurity

The Parallax

Beyond problems related to cybersecurity education lie legal issues surrounding what Northeastern University law professor Andrea Matwyshyn termed in a Wall Street Journal column the “ Internet of Bodies.”.

Call for Papers: Building a Digital Business Starts with a Data Warehouse

Cutter Consortium

The premise, therefore, of this issue of the Cutter Business Technology Journal with Guest Editor Barry Devlin is that a (successful) data warehouse is the best starting point for the organizational, architectural, and technological journey to becoming a digital business.

Four short links: 6 November 2018

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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Endorses European Open-Access Plan (Nature) -- the Wellcome Trust, which funds over a billion pounds of research each year, will only permit publication in subscription journals if there's simultaneous release in PubMed Central. People Don't Change, Open Access, Event Database, and Apple Maps.