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Martin Fowler

On many occasions when my colleagues find themselves talking to IT executives they hear how the executives have a suite of aging applications built using soon to be, if not already end of life technologies.

What is DevSecOps? Why Is It So Popular?

The Crazy Programmer

In recent years, DevSecOps has risen in popularity to an extraordinary extent. It has changed the way in which developers approach security and creating code for applications. It has led to projects being secured from start to finish and has increased productivity among developers.

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Thank You to Everyone Who Made Agile2021 Such a Success

Agile Alliance

As we wrap up Agile2021, our first foray into running a large-scale global virtual conference, we’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who helped in making this event successful. The post Thank You to Everyone Who Made Agile2021 Such a Success first appeared on Agile Alliance.

The Importance of Clear Accountability in Scrum 

Scrum.org

Scrum team consists of three clear accountabilities: one Scrum Master, one Product Owner, and Developers. Often, when working with a Scrum team struggling with excessive conflict or a lack of trust, I find the culprit is a lack of clarity around each of these accountabilities.

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How to Empower Your Users So You Can Create a Great Product

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman, Author and Consultant, for her session that will discuss why instead of designing for the users, CTOs and their teams should collaborate with empowered users to create a great product together.

Heuristics for Effective Software Development: A continuously evolving list.*

Allen Holub

Without psychological safety, respect, and trust, none of the following is possible. Process exists in service of people; the people come first. The best ways to work are collaborative. Negotiation is not collaboration.

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Enterprise Data Science Workflows with AMPs and Streamlit

Cloudera

Here in the virtual Fast Forward Lab at Cloudera , we do a lot of experimentation to support our applied machine learning research, and Cloudera Machine Learning product development. We believe the best way to learn what a technology is capable of is to build things with it.

10 Success Factors To Resolve Zombie Scrum

Scrum.org

In December 2020, Johannes Schartau , Christiaan Verwijs , and I published the Zombie Scrum Survival Guide. We wrote it to help readers understand why Scrum so often descends into Zombie Scrum and to offer practical and down-to-earth help.

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It’s Time to Drop “New Normal” From Your Vocabulary

CEO Insider

The idea of a “new normal” has permeated the conversation among business leaders for more than a year. We use the phrase as shorthand to refer to life and business during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. But it’s time to drop this figure of speech.

Shoreline Platform Automates Repetitive IT Tasks

DevOps.com

Shoreline emerged from stealth today to make available a namesake incident automation platform that eliminates the need to manually perform the same repetitive tasks.

Address the Challenges of Siloed Monitoring Tools

Companies frequently experience monitoring tool sprawl. Find out why monitoring tool sprawl occurs, why it’s a problem for businesses, and the positive business impacts of monitoring tool consolidation.

Zero Trust Network Access: Accelerating Zero Trust Maturity with nZTA

MobileIron

Covid made the hypothetical necessity of IT risk planning a reality. Many organizations responded to the immediate need for remote workforces by adding more VPN licenses.

It's Scrum. It's Summer. Play the Scrummer Quiz!

Scrum.org

You can participate in this week's raffle by entering the Scrummer Quiz before August 4h, 2021 at 8am. We will then also announce the winners and share the results with everyone. Please keep in mind, every submission counts, regardless of the chosen answers.

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CodeSOD: Without Any Padding

The Daily WTF

Years ago, Aleshia W started a job in an VB.Net shop. There's a lot I could say about those kinds of environments, but I'd really just be padding out the article, so let's just get right to the code- which pads out a Year string.

From One-Click Deployment to One-Click Feedback

DevOps.com

What makes a group of individual contributors a team? You can look at today’s product development teams as an ensemble of craftspeople from different disciplines. Code builders, design artists, storytellers, and an orchestrator.

A Training Company’s Guide to Selecting an eLearning Platform

Training companies have an opportunity to embrace the change and create meaningful change in their organizations by moving online. Discover the advantages of a digital-first approach, using an eLearning platform.

The 15 Best CFO Tools For Managing Software Financials

CloudZero

As businesses evolve thanks to technology advances, so must the role of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Business

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There is only one number one in your Product Backlog

Scrum.org

One of the things you do as a Scrum Master is help your Product Owner in different aspects of their role. It doesn’t mean that you need to know how to do their job yourself, but you should be able to bring valuable practices and techniques to their attention.

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Employees Experience Distractions Every 31 Minutes: What Leaders Can Consider Before Making Decisions on Returning To the Workplace

thoughtLEADERS, LLC

A recent survey conducted by Mopria Alliance shows employees experience 77 distractions per week. Phil shares how employees are affected by work environments. Today’s post is by Phil Mazzilli, Marketing Working Group Chair for Mopria Alliance.

After the Turning Point

DevOps.com

The post After the Turning Point appeared first on DevOps.com. ROELBOB changing weather patterns climate change flooding in Germany massive wild fires melting ice caps rising ocean levels

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Does Your Company Need Help Solving These 4 Common eLearning Challenges?

If you want to know how to get ahead of the game and avoid the common mishaps in selling your eLearning courses, you’ve come to the right place! Lambda Solutions has identified the most common and costly challenges faced by eLearning providers today.

A Spotlight on Different Ways of Working at Dataiku

Dataiku

Are you more of a remote worker who likes to focus at home or someone who thrives in the office chatting with your colleagues? Maybe you are both, exclusively one, or maybe it depends on the day!

How Do You Justify A Scrum Master's Salary.?

Scrum.org

When we introduce Scrum to an organization, many people are skeptical of the monetary benefits and ROI of the Scrum Master position. The question I am often asked is - "How do you justify the salary of the Scrum Master?".

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Shifting Left: Infrastructure as Code security with Trivy

Aqua Security

One of the great security benefits of the move to cloud native development is the increased use of Infrastructure as Code (IaC) to describe computing environments. Once things are described as code, we can shift left and secure our environments before they’re deployed.

Five Strategies to Accelerate Data Product Development

Cloudera

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Cloud-Scale Monitoring With AWS and Datadog

In this eBook, find out the benefits and complexities of migrating workloads to AWS, and services that AWS offers for containers and serverless computing.

The Curse That Causes Promotions to Fail

CEO Insider

It’s tragically common for people in organizations to be promoted up the hierarchy to their “level of incompetence,” a concept in management known as the Peter Principle.

Don't Use Scrum! (Too Many Darned Meetings) Try This Instead.

Scrum.org

. When we introduce Scrum to some companies, sometimes the question arises - "Why are there so many meetings in Scrum? When do you do 'real work' ?". I've been answering this question verbally for so many years, I thought it was time to write a blog. So here's my answer - don't use Scrum! It has too many darned meetings. Try this instead for the next 3 months. It won't cost you a dime in training, coaching, consulting, tools, whatchamacallit. At the start of each work week.

Shopify Gives Devs More Creative Freedom

DevOps.com

Shopify’s Unite 2021 conference was held on June 29, 2021, and the e-commerce platform had some big, developer-centric news to share.

Empowering the Financial Analyst With ESG Through Analytics and Data Science

Dataiku

The race to ESG continues to accelerate in the financial services space. All major players have now taken firm commitments to embed Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria in all their critical processes, with a strong focus on global warming management.

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 GitOps can secure your software pipeline

TechBeacon

As more companies move operations to the cloud and look to streamline infrastructure management, adoption of GitOps is on the rise. GitOps is an effective way to streamline infrastructure management and directly impact business value. Security, Application SecurityArray

Abandoning Scrum: Can a Scrum Team Decide to Quit Scrum?

Scrum.org

TL; DR: Abandoning Scrum. Can a Scrum team simply decide to abandon Scrum? After all, the Scrum team is self-managing, according to the Scrum manual, also known as the Scrum Guide. So, let’s explore this question at the very heart of team autonomy. ?? Shall I notify you about articles like this one?

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Top 5 Ways on how to avoid Generational Stereotypes in Organisations

CEO Insider

Generational stereotyping at workplaces is not a new thing in today’s modern world. With the mainstream media using generational labels such as baby boomers and traditionalists, it is not hard to have generational stereotypes at work.

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