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Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence – Part two

Mind the Product

Technical due diligence is a lot harder than it used to be with Agile. In the second part of his series, Drew Falkman proposes a pivot from technical diligence to product diligence. [.] Read more » The post Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence – Part two appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence – Part one

Mind the Product

Technical due diligence is a lot harder than it used to be with Agile. In this post, Drew Falkman proposes a pivot from technical diligence to product diligence. Read more » The post Product Diligence: The New Technical Diligence – Part one appeared first on Mind the Product.

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Technical Review: A Trusted Look Under the Hood

TechEmpower - Product Management

Most innovators don’t have a technical background, so it’s hard to evaluate the truth of the situation. And unless they have a tech background, they can’t look under the hood themselves. The answer is to engage a trusted outside source for a Technical Review – a deep-dive assessment that provides a C-suite perspective.

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A Practical Prioritization Approach for Technical Debt

The Product Coalition

Assume you have new feature requests from business, but your technical team wants to fix the technical debts first, what do you do?”. Before we get to the approach, lets look at the two different types of Technical debts that may come your way. The ‘Deliberate Tech Debts’ Imagine a scenario?—?‘You Copyright?—?Dilbert.com

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How to Optimize the Developer Experience for Monumental Impact

Speaker: Anne Steiner and David Laribee

As an innovative concept, Developer Experience (DX) has gained significant attention in the tech industry, and emphasizes engineers’ efficiency and satisfaction during the product development process.

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Leveraging New Technologies: 3 Tips for Product People

Roman Pichler

Listen to the audio version of this article: [link] Make Time to Keep up with Technology Trends As new technologies come and go, it’s important for you—the person in charge of the product—to stay on top of the developments. The following four measures will help you with this.

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Sales Technology: 3 Trends You Need to Know

Intercom, Inc.

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended entire industries, forcing rapid change in the ways companies do business and dramatically accelerating the adoption of new technologies. Below, we take a closer look at the top three trends in the sales tech landscape to consider when choosing the right software for your sales organization.

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How AI and ML Can Accelerate and Optimize Software Development and Testing

Speaker: Eran Kinsbruner, Best-Selling Author, TechBeacon Top 30 Test Automation Leader & the Chief Evangelist and Senior Director at Perforce Software

Though DevOps is a relatively new role, it’s one that allows visibility across the whole operation, making it important to senior tech positions. With new AI and ML algorithms spanning development, code reviews, unit testing, test authoring, and AIOps, teams can boost their productivity and deliver better software faster.

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From Project to Product: Let’s Talk Funding

Speaker: Anne Steiner, Vice President of Product and Technology at Cprime

Despite the substantial buzz about becoming a product-driven organization, all too often companies are holding on to their old project-based ways due to some “big rock” constraints, the biggest one being the project-based funding model. Why project-based funding models stifle agility.

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Innovation Systems: Advancing Practices to Create New Value

As technology transforms the global business landscape, companies need to examine and update their internal processes for innovation to keep pace.

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Reaching Unreachable Candidates

Speaker: Patrick Dempsey and Andrew Erpelding of ZoomInfo

Advanced search: Narrow the search to find candidates using specialized filters like education, and current company technologies. Export results: Easily export candidate data (including contact info) to Excel, shared with colleagues to review or upload in bulk to a recruiter's applicant tracking system.