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Citizen Developer Foundation & Practitioner Review: PMI Training

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Tech disruption is huge in our industry, so why not get ahead and show employers that you are ready to take the lead and can lead low-code app development projects? It’s a very light overview of what this tech trend is all about. It’s not a course about how to use a particular tech suite. Ideation 2.0: Who is it for?

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Online Banking Fraud Trends and the Role of Detection Software


Source: Quora Trends in Online Banking Security Let’s delve into the most recent developments in online banking security, illuminating the strategies employed by malicious actors to access your hard-earned funds. Among the technologies exploited are deepfake technology, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT).


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On Technical Debt And Code Smells: Surprising insights from scientific studies

So I was pleasantly surprised when Carsten Grønbejrg Lützen pointed at a peer-reviewed academic paper by Michele Tufano and his colleagues (2015), called “When and Why Your Code Starts To Smell Bad”. This post is ideal for developers with some experience, and for people who support developers in the development of their technical skills.

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How to Budget For Your Company’s Technical Debt

Zen Project Management

Guest post by Dr. Mik Kersten While “technical debt” is a term that’s frequently used by technologists, the implication and understanding of it tends to be opaque to the business until it’s too late - just look at how Nokia lost the mobile market that it helped create. What’s technical debt?

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How Restaurant Tech Helps Small Eateries Expand

Productivity Land

Here, restaurant technology has emerged as the transformative remedy, promoting growth opportunities. With the right tech tools in place, these establishments can now overcome barriers that once seemed insurmountable. With the right tech tools in place, these establishments can now overcome barriers that once seemed insurmountable.

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Making Things Happen [Book Review]

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Normally I take lots of notes when I’m reading books for review. I’m seeing this more and more in project management books (I like to think I started a trend !) It starts off pretty technical with guidance on writing good deliverable specifications and ends with a big chunk on managing stakeholder relationships.

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5 activities to spice up your next Scrum Sprint Review

The Sprint Review meeting is one of the Product Owner’s most important events. As discussed in a recent article Making the Most of the Sprint Review , it’s an opportunity for the Scrum Team and stakeholders to inspect what was delivered, discuss the progress made towards the Product Goal, and adapt accordingly. Audience polls.