Do You Speak Agile?

Assessing the Fluency Your Agile Team(s) Need to Acquire Agile has apparently ‘crossed the chasm.’ Its early adopters have achieved sufficient momentum to ensure its entry into the mainstream of software and IT development, if not product development in general. In fact, one estimate is that currently between 12 and 15 million people use Scrum […]
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Introduction to Business Enterprises and IT Integration

Business Enterprises Business enterprises, irrespective of their location, size, industry or form i.e., brick and mortar or virtual, all define their vision, goals and objectives that they aspire to achieve. To achieve these, business enterprises create and deliver value to their respective customers in the form of products, services or both. Resources and Capabilities To create, […]
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Biometrics and Privacy

I’ve written before on biometrics. If you’ve read those posts, you’ll know that I like biometrics in general. But earlier this year, a new wrinkle popped up in the field: people are accusing Facebook of capturing biometric information without users’ consent. According to the lawsuit, the plaintiffs say that Facebook is capturing “faceprints.” I don’t […]
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Introduction to M, the Power Query Formula Language

Its name is Power Query Formula Language. But if you call it that, no one will know what you are talking about. The original informal language name M seems to have stuck, and even the Microsoft documentation refers to M. Every time you create a query in Power Query, whether in Excel or Power BI, […]
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Making sense of React’s different component styles

React is an unopinionated framework. It gives you a lot of flexibility to do things your own way. This flexibility can be empowering once you are familiar with the framework, but it can make it a little daunting to get started. Every piece of code you see seems to be doing things in a slightly […]
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