Monthly Archives: June 2018

Blockchain: a story of potential, and patience

Today Forrester sent out this email: “Blockchain’s potential is huge, but let’s face it: the technology simply isn’t ready for your business. In 2018, blockchain projects will fall into one of three categories: 1) Pure R&D; 2) Immediate (but small-scale) business benefit ; … Continue reading

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Microsoft confirms GitHub acquisition

Microsoft is confirming the rumors that it is acquiring the software development platform GitHub are true. Microsoft has announced it is acquiring GitHub for $7.5 billion in Microsoft stock. According to GitHub, as of March 2018 it has more than 27 … Continue reading

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Most GDPR emails unnecessary and some illegal, say experts

Many companies, acting based on poor legal advice, a fear of fines of up to €20m and a lack of good examples to follow, have taken what they see as the safest option for hewing to the General Data Protection Regulation … Continue reading

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Goal-Driven Approach

The Disciplined Agile goal-driven approach guides people through the process-related decisions that they need to make to tailor and scale agile strategies. It specifies 22 goals in total, each of which is described by a Process Goal Diagram below. In particular the … Continue reading

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What’s New in DMN 1.2

On June 1 Denis Gagné shared a presentation that summaries  the recent work done by the DMN Revision Task Force and what is new in DMN 1.2. Link

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