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ThoughtWorks embraces the individuality of the people in the organization and hence the opinions expressed in the blogs may contradict each other and also may not represent the opinions of ThoughtWorks.

On Learning and Information

This has been an interesting year for me. At the end of March I came out of one of the largest Agile transformations ever attempted (still going, surprisingly well), and learned way more than I ever thought possible about how … Continue reading

Liz
31 May 2016

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如何区分文章是不是软文

如何区分文章是不是软文 1、看信息出现的站点,一般是在些不知名的小站点。另外,各大门户网站的商讯类栏目,如网易 […]

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笑捧博客
31 May 2016

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Hacking Confluence With Javascript

Hacking in a good way, to make a little app. Experimenting with what an on-call app would look like inside Confluence leads me to this:

Main On-Call Page

Page showing three critical types of things that require on-call rotations in order to replenish when the run low:

Note the three teams in the links above s: TeamOne, A-Team, and Resevior+Dogs. By the way, nobody wants to be in the b-team, team2, etc. There was a study years ago about the advantage from the lofty team name, but my google fu is letting me down.

Child Pages

The three child pages…

Paul Hammant's blog
30 May 2016

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Obie Fernandez
30 May 2016

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The Value of Failure

tl;dr Celebrating success is always a welcome thing. But in a lot of ways the people we should be celebrating are the ones who failed, and then learned from it. As a matter of fact, there’s a reasonable correlation to be drawn here—that those who are truly successful are the ones who failed first.

This is actually a post that I’ve been holding on to for a while now, having originally been inspired by a Harvard Business Review article that goes into this more deeply. In it, the author states:

One intriguing feature of these enormous success stories is that…

Ted Neward's Blog
30 May 2016

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Thank you

tl;dr: Thank you to some lovely people for translating or graphic recording some of my work. One of the nicest compliments you can receive as a writer is someone choosing to translate your work to make it available to a new audience. I am enormously grateful to the people who have translated my articles and […]

Dan North
29 May 2016

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ID and Other Reflections
29 May 2016

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Mentoria e Clube. Saiba mais!

Chegou a hora! Você que estava procurando formas de aprender um assunto mais rápido, lançar sua startup, aqui é o lugar! Brincadeira. Nada de fórmulas mágicas. Este post é para citar sobre duas iniciativas que estou colocando para funcionar: Clube de financiamento recorrente. Para quem quer apoiar o processo de produção de conteúdo deste blog, seja sendo […]

dwildt
29 May 2016

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Microsoft meets Open Source

tl;dr Hadi Hariri has made a few observations regarding the churn we’re seeing in the Microsoft open-source space (around .NET Core and ASP.NET Core, among other things). But I don’t think this is a permanent state of affairs; what I think is going on is that Microsoft is finding that managing an open-source project is more than just owning the GitHub repo and just reviewing pull requests.

First off, let’s get two points of fact out of the way.

One, Hadi’s a friend. He and I have known each other for many years, and anything I say here I’m comfortable…

Ted Neward's Blog
29 May 2016

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Qual o código do banco? =)

Não, não é um post comum para este blog, mas sabe… sempre que acontece um pós-evento, acontece um momento de pagar fornecedores, ressarcir despesas e normalmente vem diversos bancos diferentes. E por algum motivo as pessoas acham que a interface dos bancos é fácil para identificar o código do banco a partir do nome, mas não […]

dwildt
28 May 2016

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RIP, WindowsPhone

tl;dr It would seem, based on some reports, that WindowsPhone is officially dying if not dead While I hate to see competitors dropping out of an already too-few-players market, it was high time Microsoft simply acknowledged that it had lost this fight, and focus its efforts elsewhere.

If you’ve not seen the reports by now, you’ve not been paying attention They are definitely everywhere you look. The final drop in the bucket (perhaps) came within the last day or two, as Microsoft announced that it is laying off a sizable chunk of its WindowsPhone division, and “taking a charge”…

Ted Neward's Blog
28 May 2016

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Obie Fernandez
28 May 2016

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Virei gestor, e agora? #dwildt101 ep 47

Pergunta que veio do Augusto Ruckert, onde falo sobre profissionais que passam a ter uma atuação como gestor e o processo de transformação do tempo e alocação dentro das atividades da equipe. Link extra: Tempo de fazer x tempo de gerenciar. — Daniel Wildt (assine meu canal do youtube) Tagged: agile, empreendedorismo, gestão, leadership

dwildt
27 May 2016

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Mission accomplished

A year and four months ago I joined Atlassian to pursue a very exciting opportunity: to deliver realtime collaborative editing to Confluence. I have talked about it last year at EuroClojure and this year at QCon Brazil. Even Cognitect wrote a few words about it.

In a nutshell this involved writing Clojure code all day to build an awesome service we call Synchrony. Synchrony is capable of realtime data synchronisation - not just collaborative editing - and as such its applications are many! This has been proven again and again internally during the Atlassian ShipIt hackatons, and externally…

Leonardo Borges
27 May 2016

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ID and Other Reflections
27 May 2016

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Escrever é uma linha reta?

Vai lá e escreve. O Tim Urban fez um post desenhando o processo de escrita dele, e lá pelas tantas ele lembra que na época que terminou a faculdade, pensou que nunca mais teria que escrever nada. Agora isto faz parte do dia a dia dele, na verdade virou o próprio trabalho. E confesso que eu pensava […]

dwildt
26 May 2016

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论坛推广的步骤和技巧

论坛推广的步骤和技巧 笑捧博客在这里和大家分享关于论坛推广的步骤和技巧,有些人为了能见到网站在短时间内人气飙升 […]

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笑捧博客
26 May 2016

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Obie Fernandez
26 May 2016

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I am not in a similar situation

I will be the first to admit that I am not in a similar situation. The reason is that I refuse to hit a brick wall in what I can and can not do. If I am living with a shortfall of $500 a month and using credit cards to make ends meet then I

ricadmin
25 May 2016

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Teclas de atalho GMail (em busca do Inbox Zero)

Teclas de atalho para facilitar o inbox zero! Eu faço uso do GMail e montei um vídeo com a indicação de algumas teclas de atalho que faço uso no meu dia a dia. No vídeo eu indico onde você precisa ir para garantir que está com as teclas de atalho ativas, e depois eu mostro […]

dwildt
25 May 2016

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