Monthly Archives: July 2019

Low-Code vs. No-Code

John Rymer, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester, published a video, in which he stresses the difference between “Low-Code” and “No-Code” application development platforms. While many BR&DM products today may justifiably claim that they offer low-code platforms for business people … Continue reading

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Agile Lipstick…

Do you agree with this LinkedIn article: “Many Organisations are just applying Agile Lipstick i.e. making superficial or cosmetic changes in a futile attempt to disguise the true nature of the challenges their Organisation face“? Link

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Undecidability in Machine Learning

There are a number of technical maths questions that are known to be ‘undecidable’ when a statement cannot be proved either true or false using standard mathematical language. Recently a team of mathematicians proved that “Learnability can be Undecidable” where … Continue reading

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Code for Good

Every year JPMorgan Chase invites university students and experienced professionals to join them for an impactful experience: Code for Good, a series of hackathons hosted in their global technology centers. During these events, participants spend 12-24 hours with JPM employees, … Continue reading

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Decision Management Product Catalogs

This website maintains Live Catalogs of Decision Management tools that allow practitioners to compare different products feature-by-feature and to choose Decision Management products that are the most suitable for their particular needs. Product profiles are submitted and maintained exclusively by product developers … Continue reading

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