Many people find failure discouraging. If it repeatedly happens, the despair can lead us to giving up--even on things we most cherish. But some interesting research has discovered that people who succeed often do so on a firm foundation of failure using identifiable skills and tactics. In this
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Many developers are building Line of Business (LOB) apps that integrate data from custom APIs and 3rd party data sources. That’s great, but when was the last time you sat down to think through how you can leverage the latest technologies to take the user experience to the next level?
Managers run into various roadblocks when trying to identify, engage, screen and attract quality candidates to join their teams. It’s frustrating when it takes a considerable amount of time to identify strong candidates, and even more frustrating to then lose them during the process.
In user surveys by VersionOne each year, over 80% of respondents claim faster delivery, better teamwork, and closer stakeholder alignment. However in quantitative studies, Agile is no better than other delivery methodologies. Wait, WHAT?!!! Why is that?