Implementing Lean Software Development

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009 -- Implementing Lean Software Development. Several books have been written on the theory of Lean Software Development. In this full-day seminar we will present three in-depth case studies to show you how it can actually be done, even in todays economic environment. See [link] (more

NantHealth Sees Positive Results Published In Study

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Culver City-based cloud health information and software developer NantHealth said today that positive results from using its systems have been published in the Journal of Oncology Practice. The company said that COME HOME, a program which is using NantHealth's cloud-based systems to improve the health outcomes of its patients, published results of a study, showing improved patient care and reduced costs from deploying NantHealth's systems.

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LA Number Two Tech Employment Area In Nation, Says Report

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The CompTIA's study includes not just workers in the technology industry itself, but those working IT support, network engineering, software development and related roles. The group's study also includes both professional working for technology companies, but others in organizations in other industry sectors. California, as a whole, represents 25 percent of all people on the technology sector payroll in the nation, according to the study.

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Fixing Tech’s Gender Problem Starts With Company Culture

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Software Secretaries. In 1952, 100 years after Lovelace’s death, Dr. Grace Hopper developed the first compiler. Software coding was initially considered "woman's work," as it involved typing the commands onto punchcards, which was akin to taking dictation via a typewriter.

Cornerstone OnDemand Links With Institute for the Future

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Santa Monica-based cloud-based learning and human capital management software developer Cornerstone OnDemand is aiming to make it easier for employers to help their people learn the skills they need to survive in the "workplace of tomorrow", through a link with think tank Institute for the Future.

Five Startup Tips From Bill Gates

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For more than 30-years, Bill Gates has been at the pinnacle of the software industry. "The best way to prepare [to be a programmer] is to write programs, and to study great programs that other people have written. Note: This is an installment in the Iconic Advice series.

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What Tech Entrepreneurs Could Learn from Chamillionaire

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He studied the errors that other people had made and tried to improve on them. Cham studied early in his career how to hold the microphone, how to project his voice, how to watch the audience and pay attention to what interested them. I study it every day.&#.

Whose Life are You Going to Change?

Both Sides of the Table

years as a software developer I decided I wanted a change. I had always regretted that I wasn’t fluent in Spanish and had never developed a relationship with my grandfather because he never learned English. I wanted to study the languages.

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Spolsky on Software on Both Sides of The Table

Both Sides of the Table

Sometime around 2003/04 my technology team turned me on to “Spolsky on Software&# a periodic newsletter served up blog style from Joel Spolsky of FogCreek Software, a maker of bug-tracking software. Defensibility in Software.

At “The Vine,” Developer Builds a Vertical Campus for Tech Startups

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The developer also provides rent-free space for a second EvoNexus incubator in University City (about a mile or so from UC San Diego) and a third EvoNexus incubator near UC Irvine that opened at the end of 2014. In April, a study released by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corp.

Melon's Goal To Connect Your Brain To Your Smartphone, And Help You Focus

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You can secure it on your head, and use it during exercise, athletics, working in your office, or studying in the library. We take a look at that activity, and have developed algorithms with top partners to turn make that measurable. What does that SDK allow developers to do?

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What SAAS Companies Need to Know About Network Management?

Tech Zulu Event

A recent study of IT professionals reported that over 30% of their workplace environment is virtualized. We’ve even created an acronym for these kinds of services: software as a service (SAAS). Business Data Development Network Saas Startups

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Journey Platform To Build Data Gathering Mobile Apps | Co-founder Interview Conrad Hofmeyr

Tech Zulu Event

The whole Journey app building experience takes place inside your web browser, so there’s no software to install. In the light of this, our product development efforts are focused on making it increasingly easier and faster to build apps.

Interview with Jonathan Zweig, AppOnboard

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Our interview this morning is with Jonathan Zweig , the CEO of Los Angeles-based AppOnboard (www.apponboard.com), which has created software which allows mobile app developers--and in particular, mobile game developers--to create demos of those games which can be played without having to download and install those apps. App developers are spending a lot of money with the ad networks just to get users to download an app and go through your tutorial.

The Startup Guide To SXSW Panel Picking

Tech Zulu Event

Software Labs: Petri Dishes for Tech Innovation. Bootstrapping process, product development, Prototyping. . Bootstrapping development, team management. . Your Web Developer Thinks You're an Idiot. Bootstrapping development, Startup, Website content. .

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