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The BlogNotions Developers Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the software development industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technological advances and platforms, discussions of various problems and solutions, best practices to managing projects, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Geek Reading March 5, 2015

Not surprisingly, another security issue leads today’s stories. TechCrunch brings us a story about the “FREAK” flaw, which obviously was a hot topic of the day. Also on TechCrunch, Alibaba made some news as well, announcing their decision to bring their cloud services to the US. This means yet another competitor in this already crowded […]

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Comment on Fueling Delivery Teams by Rick Austin

I’ve started using an analogy to illustrate the importance of product owner teams in larger organizations.  When working with organizations to do an agile transformation, almost always, a tiered model is used for scaling across the organization. The model looks something like this: The top tier is portfolio management which is responsible for investment decisions and […]

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Comment on Fueling Delivery Teams by John

I’ve started using an analogy to illustrate the importance of product owner teams in larger organizations.  When working with organizations to do an agile transformation, almost always, a tiered model is used for scaling across the organization. The model looks something like this: The top tier is portfolio management which is responsible for investment decisions and […]

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Geek Reading March 4, 2015

Two stories popped into my feed today which are very interesting. First, TechCrunch brings us a post about the Stratos card, one of those universal payment cards. Watch the video on the post as well, the usage pattern looks really interesting. The other post comes from Edward Chang and his experience with Coin, one of […]

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