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Understanding Consensus in Blockchain Systems

Anyone interested in the crypto or the blockchain world is aware of the word “consensus.”  In the crypto and the blockchain world, it is defined as the mechanism and guidelines used by the network to come to an agreement on the state of the ledger ...

The black sheep of the agile family

New methods and frameworks are being developed around agile almost every day. There is Scrum of Scrums, Scrumban, LeSS, SAFe, Nexus, DAD, Spotify Model, DSDM, Kanban or XP and many more. But, do you understand and implement all of them? There are a ...

A seven-step guide to effective IT support metrics

Metrics are the quantitative view about a process, service or activity that is measured, presented and reported to the stakeholders to help them manage and control the business objective. It provides accurate information about how the process is ...

Quantum computing – Power of natural computing

In terms of computational complexity, the time it takes to run an algorithm is what describes time complexity. And there are many scenarios where classical computers practically cannot run complex algorithms in a desired time frame or solve problems ...

12 technological forces that will shape our future

You may or may not need to be a tech-money to be interested in a revolutionary book like “The Inevitable", by Kevin Kelly. The book describes the 12 technological forces that will shape our future. Kelly, author of 11 previous books, has co-founded ...

5 tell-tale signs your teams may not be as agile as you think

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Binding the DevOps world within a Service Catalog

When we start a DevOps journey in an organization, there is excitement to work on different tool-chains, processes, and in an overall mature culture. It’s a completely different experience where the objective is to speed up the delivery process with ...

How are IoT experts revolutionizing diabetes-therapy?

Internet of Things, in the context of medicine, is not just about activity trackers, sports watches, scales or blood pressure monitors with Bluetooth connection. It has the potential to revolutionize medicine, even though at present there are ...

KAIZEN – A key to continuous improvement

Kaizen is a Japanese word meaning "improvement." Regarding the business understanding, kaizen refers to the activities that continually help in improving business functions and involving all employees of an organization.

Should you build Microservices from Day 1?

When it comes to working on a greenfield project, we see countless anecdotes online that suggest it is to start with a monolith. However, based on several experiences and insights, it has become evident that like most architecture areas (and ...
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