How do you Build a Qualitative Data Lake? (@rozemaryking via @MindtheProduct )

A process for collecting the valuable qualitative data from my organization’s functional teams, enabling us to regularly synthesize and prioritize insights, folding the top opportunities into the product roadmap, and eventually the backlog. Origen: How do you Build a Qualitative Data Lake? - Mind the Product Data Lake Process in 3 Simple Steps: Functional teams [...]

The UIs that changed the way we design (by @InVisionApp )

…we asked some of the most influential names in design about the UIs that changed the way we think about digital product design—both the big shifts that indisputably rocked the tech world at large, as well as the more subtle shifts that changed a more personal approach. Origen: InVision • The UIs that changed the [...]

Six Reasons Why iOS 13 and Catalina Are So Buggy ( @TidBITS )

Vía uno de los muy sabios integrantes (nro tech) de la lista de correo Lista de Soluciones Planeta Mac, una interesante entrada, en inglés, sobre cómo gestiona Apple sus bugs. Es tan interesante, que me parece que merece más estar en este blog que mantengo sobre cuestiones más profesionales, que en el que mantengo sobre [...]

The future of artificial intelligence depends on designing computers that can think and explore as resourcefully as babies do.

a very interesting article by @WSJ Origin: The Ultimate Learning Machines Why are quintessentially geeky places like DARPA and Google suddenly interested in talking about something as profoundly ungeeky as babies? It turns out that understanding babies and young children may be one key to ensuring that the current “AI spring” continues… … With a [...]

Empathy-Driven Development by @AndreaGoulet via @FirstRound

Following the interesting Andrea Goulet article about technical debt, First Round brings another surprising and indeed very interesting interview with Andrea Goulet. Origen: Empathy-Driven Development: How Engineers Can Tap into This Critical Skill | First Round Review FIRST, DISPEL THESE EMPATHY MYTHS Myth #1: Empathy is just a feeling. “And it definitely involves feelings. However, that conceptualization [...]

The Really Good Guide to Email Design

via Growth Hackers Origen: The Really Good Guide to Email Design (+ Bonus Checklist) | Campaign Monitor Check: Subject Line •Is longer better? •What about symbols in subject lines? •Things to keep in mind when using emoji in email Preheader Personalization   Humanization / Contextual Marketing Dynamic Content Email Layout •Inverted Pyramid •Zig-Zag •One column [...]

2017-06-26T06:28:23+02:00June 26th, 2017|coding, inbound, marketing, UX/UI|

Facebook releases Prophet, its free forecasting tools, for Python and R

Facebook has open-sourced its Prophet forecasting tool, designed "to make it easier for experts and non-experts to make high-quality forecasts," according to a blog post by Sean J. Taylor and Ben Letham in the company's research team. "Forecasts are customizable in ways that are intuitive to non-experts," they wrote. The code is available on GitHub [...]

Forget Technical Debt. Here’s How to Build Technical Wealth.

Forget Technical Debt — Heres How to Build Technical Wealth | First Round Review. This means code that isn’t written cleanly, that lacks explanation, that contains zero artifacts of your ideas and decision-making processes. A unit test is one type of artifact, but so is any documentation of the rationale and reasoning used to create [...]

Developing User Empathy | Sachin Rekhi

Explore your Passion for the Humanities: Music, Film, Literature The humanities are often described as the study of how people process and document the human experience, making it so relevant to developing empathy. Steve Jobs so often talked about how at Apple they tried to be at the intersection of liberal arts and technology. And [...]

2016-08-03T10:58:45+02:00August 3rd, 2016|coding, innovation, UX/UI|

7 Obstacles to enterprise agility

“Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later.” Obstacle #1: Naive Resource Management Obstacle #2: Teams Organized by Functional Specialization Obstacle #3: Teams Organized by Architectural Components Obstacle #4: Distraction Obstacle #5: Reluctance to Continuously Refine, Reprioritize and Rescope Obstacle #6: Rampant Technical Debt Obstacle #7: Lack of Commitment to Transformation

2015-07-26T19:11:47+02:00July 26th, 2015|coding, technology|
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