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People raising their hands at a conference How to Make the Most of Your Conference Experience

You researched the conference you want to attend and gained approval to go—now what? These tips will ensure you make the most of your conference experience, from planning who and what you want to see while you're there, to starting to network ahead of time, to making sure you bring back the most valuable information.

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ScrumMaster facilitating communication between an agile team and stakeholders Understanding the ScrumMaster's Role in Team Communication

Some agile teams believe the ScrumMaster is the sole point of communication between them and the product owner, so the team can abdicate any responsibility to communicate with stakeholders. That couldn't be more wrong. It's actually the ScrumMaster's job to enable communication and coach or guide the team to solutions.

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Person holding a smartphone showing mobile apps Security Tips for App Development

When companies develop applications they consider competitors and the market, but the most important aspect is cybersecurity. Developers need to release apps that don’t put consumers or their data in danger. Here are five tips that app developers should keep in mind to create and maintain the most secure apps possible.

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Node.js logo Selecting the Right Node.js Framework for Your App

Node.js is an open source and cross-platform runtime environment for creating server-side web apps entirely using JavaScript. There are many frameworks that work with Node.js and each excels in different areas, so selecting one comes down to preference and the specific needs of the project. Here are some popular ones.

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Person browsing at a bookstore Are You Forgetting a Stakeholder?

Technology allows amazing innovations to optimize business and deliver new and better services, but if you don’t carefully consider your entire user community, innovations may cost you business. When designing for stakeholders, don't stop at the obvious cases—or else you may find that you forgot an important customer.

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Apache Hadoop logo Exploring Big Data Options in the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

With the emergence of the World Wide Web came the need to manage large, web-scale quantities of data, or “big data.” The most notable tool to manage big data has been Apache Hadoop. Let’s explore some of the open source Apache projects in the Hadoop ecosystem, including what they're used for and how they interact.

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People practicing in a dojo Agile Dojo: Speed Up Delivery Using Focus

An Agile Dojo is an immersive learning experience where teams bring their work into a collocated space and work together to complete a project, using “hyper-iterations” of two-day sprints, over six weeks. Even distributed teams are able to collaborate, focus, and deliver projects on time and within budget. Here's how.

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Four quadrants of citrus fruit Effectively Measuring Agile Leadership

Culture drives performance, and agile leaders set a team's culture, so leaders should be measured at how effectively they’re doing just that. The challenge is, what might that look like? Here’s an idea for a four-quadrant measurement approach for leaders' organizational and personal effectiveness in agile contexts.

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