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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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The math problem that could bring the world to a halt

Dynamic resource allocation problems arise from a range of different real-world scenarios and each one has its own specific issues. “Dynamic resource allocation problems deal with changing inputs and environments, which are highly dynamic and difficult to estimate and predict, … Continue reading

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After Software Eats The World, What’s Left? “Decisions”

A post with this title has been published by Data Decisioning. It refers to Andreessen Horowitz podcast that asks: Is there anything left after software eats the world?  The focus of digitization and automation is on routine work, always in a … Continue reading

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Defining iPhone Rules for Real-Time Events

The new iPhone’s app called Shortcuts allows you to create a script that can be activated by pressing a button or using Siri. For example, you may say “Hey Siri, I’m getting pulled over.” The shortcut will then pause your … Continue reading

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Everyone is supposed to be able to read and write code?

This article states: Coding is becoming an essential requirement for virtually every employee in a corporate environment. In an interview on LinkedIn, the former CEO of General Electric, Jeff Immelt, put it this way: “If you are joining the company in … Continue reading

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Converting Customers to Fans

Chris Capossela, Chief Marketing Officer at Microsoft: “A few years ago, we started to move our thinking away from how we could woo customers away from our competitors, and instead focus on developing a fan-centric culture, and I think this has … Continue reading

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