Some Pitfalls of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are more and more expected to take autonomous decisions, often well-hidden from external scrutiny. This is not necessarily without danger. This presentation will give you a high-level overview of some common pitfalls in AI-powered software applications, that maybe require more thought than many AI gurus would …

Software Development Linkopedia November 2019

Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about Google code reviews, Agile business analysis, code coverage, scaling scrum, toxic team members, non-deterministic testing, product roadmaps, performance testing, software design, containers, software architecture, technical …

Quote of the Month November 2019 – Expecting High Performance

Expecting high performance does not mean that you demand it. Expecting high performance means that you simply know achieving it is more than possible, it is normal. Expecting high performance means that you believe the team can attain it, so you hold them, compassionately and firmly, to that expectation. By …

Programming Iconoclasts

History is littered with the stories of iconoclasts – people who truly stood out as pioneers, lateral thinkers, and in some cases, outright heroes–and their successes and failures. From the baseball management vision of Branch Hickey to the glassblowing vision of Dale Chihuly to the engineering design vision of Steve …

Methods & Tools Software Development Linkopedia October 2019

Here is our monthly selection of knowledge on programming, software testing and project management. This month you will find some interesting information and opinions about the software engineering job ladder, UX teams, user stories, best practices, how much testing, cross-functional teams, performance testing, microservices modeling, enterprise Java, code comments and …