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What I Have Changed My Mind About in Software Development

Henrik Warne

Lately I have been thinking about what I have changed my mind about in software development. However, I was a bit skeptical of exactly how it would work in software development. But my colleague Filip kept telling me of all the cases where he used ChatGPT to help with development. Using ChatGPT.

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Why Every Modern Business Absolutely Needs a Software Development Partner


Let's dive into why snagging a software development partner is like finding that secret ingredient that transforms a good recipe into a great one for your business. That's what a software development partner does! Well, with a software development partner, you're not just keeping pace; you're setting the pace.


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Future AI Trends in Software Development

Invid Group

Future AI Trends in Software Development BY: INVID It is clear that our daily lives have been impacted by artificial intelligence (AI), which has changed the way we shop, communicate, and even drive. Thus, considering how artificial intelligence (AI) influences software development as we move toward 2024 and beyond is critical.

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How to Become a Software Developer Fast?

The Crazy Programmer

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) forecasts a 22% growth in employment rate for software developers, quality assurance analysts, and testers from 2019 to 2029 — which exceeds, by the 4% average for all employers. Software development as a skill is lucrative , regardless of if you have a software development degree or not.

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The Forrester Wave™: AI/ML Platforms: Vendor Strategy, Market Presence, and Capabilities Overview

As enterprises evolve their AI from pilot programs to an integral part of their tech strategy, the scope of AI expands from core data science teams to business, software development, enterprise architecture, and IT ops teams.

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Wild West to Agile: Adventures in software development evolution and revolution

Agile Alliance

RESOURCES Wild West to Agile: Adventures in software development evolution and revolution All Resources Blog Experience Reports Webcasts Videos Books Event Sessions Research Papers All ResourcesBlogExperience ReportsWebcastsVideosBooksEvent SessionsResearch Papers About this Publication Wild West to Agile is drawn from personal experience, from the (..)

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InnerSource, a practice that brings open-source principles to internal software development within organizations


InnerSource can be defined as the application of open-source software development principles within an organization’s internal software development processes. It draws on the valuable lessons learned from open-source projects and adapts them to the context of how companies create software internally.

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Building Like Amazon

Speaker: Leo Zhadanovsky, Principal Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services

Amazon's journey to its current modern architecture and processes provides insights for all software development leaders. To get there, Amazon focused on decomposing for agility, making critical cultural and operational changes, and creating tools for software delivery.

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How AI and ML Can Accelerate and Optimize Software Development and Testing

Speaker: Eran Kinsbruner, Best-Selling Author, TechBeacon Top 30 Test Automation Leader & the Chief Evangelist and Senior Director at Perforce Software

It's no secret that CTOs need to have a full understanding if they want to be successful, but does that make them responsible for developer productivity? While advancements in software development and testing have come a long way, there is still room for improvement.

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How to avoid the top 3 mistakes when hiring a software development team

The entire world is being rebuilt with software, so no matter what business you’re in, you’re in the tech business. In this short article, Band of Coders shares with you the top 3 mistakes made when hiring a software team, and a few tips on how to avoid them.

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E-book: 5 Strategies to Boost Software Deliveries

Finally, someone summarized in 5 practical strategies on how to improve any software development workflow. In this e-book written in partnership with Wesley Zapellini, he shared his vast in Managing Agile Teams. Real-life examples, charts, and graphs!

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Building Evolvable Architectures

Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Parsons, CTO of ThoughtWorks

The software development ecosystem exists in a state of dynamic equilibrium, where any new tool, framework, or technique leads to disruption and the establishment of a new equilibrium. Predictability is impossible when the foundation architects plan against is constantly changing in unexpected ways.

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A DevOps Guide for Product Managers

Speaker: Suzie Prince, Head of DevOps, Atlassian

Luckily, the culture of DevOps and the practice of Continuous Delivery supports product managers and their teams as modern software development evolves at a rapid pace. Join Suzie Prince, Head of Product for DevOps at Atlassian, and make sure your software team never misses a beat during the pandemic.

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Data-Driven Performance Feedback Helps Teams Improve Customer Outcomes

Speaker: Mickey Mantle, Founder and CEO at Wanderful Interactive Storybooks | Ron Lichty, Consultant: Interim VP Engineering, Author, Ron Lichty Consulting, Inc.

In order to be successful at delivering software, organizations need to become data-driven. And in the era of agile, which recognizes that software development is a team sport, performance reviews need to use data for programmer growth and to give focus to business results.

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An Adult Conversation About Estimates

Speaker: Beekey Cheung, Software Consultant, Professor Beekums, LLC

Estimates are a contentious topic in software development. Most of our development teams hate providing estimates and many managers are starting to view them as unnecessary. As senior software leaders, how can we determine whether estimates are helpful or harmful to our teams?