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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.

CHUWI LapBook 14.1 Laptop Manufacturing Changes – Hardware at Launch vs Several Months Later

Products may evolve over time due to parts becoming phased out (EOL), so company often issues PCN (product change notices) to the company for example to replace eMMC flash that’s not manufactured anymore by a new one. They won’t change any advertised features, so the product specifications should remain the same. Reviewers normally get product […]

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Beelink GS1 Allwinner H6 TV Box Sells for $60

Allwinner H6 is the latest “Home Entertainment” SoC from the company. Designed for 4K HDR TV boxes and set-top boxes, it supports 6K/6K H.265, H.264 and VP9 hardware video decoding, HDR10 and HLG video processing, and features TS interfaces for digital TV tuners, and high speed interfaces such as USB 3.0 and PCIe. So far […]

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Comment on [Talk] Agile Transformations Explained – Mike Cottmeyer Live @ Agile DC by Tim Zack

October 16, 2017WRITTEN BY Mike Cottmeyer Leading a large-scale agile transformation isn’t about adopting a new set of attitudes, processes, and behaviors at the team level… it’s about helping your company deliver faster to market, and developing the ability to respond to a rapidly-changing competitive landscape. First and foremost, it’s about achieving business agility. Business […]

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Comment on [Talk] Agile Transformations Explained – Mike Cottmeyer Live @ Agile DC by Elaine Mikesell

October 16, 2017WRITTEN BY Mike Cottmeyer Leading a large-scale agile transformation isn’t about adopting a new set of attitudes, processes, and behaviors at the team level… it’s about helping your company deliver faster to market, and developing the ability to respond to a rapidly-changing competitive landscape. First and foremost, it’s about achieving business agility. Business […]

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Better User Stories: 24 Hours Until Doors Close

Just a quick post this week to let you know that we will be closing registration to Better User Stories tomorrow at 9 P.M. Pacific, midnight Eastern. We still have spaces for the Expert and Professional Levels, but Work With Mike is now completely sold out. Click here to register before the deadline Just a […]

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Doors Now Open to Better User Stories Video Course: Four Current Students Share Their Experience with Video Training

Today, the advanced Better User Stories course is open for registration again, but only until midnight 11th October, Eastern time (US). I’m excited to welcome new members into the course. We’ve had fantastic feedback about the materials, and I know from the emails I’ve received that those who missed out last time are keen to […]

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Add the Right Amount of Detail to User Stories

A common problem with user stories is how to add the right amount of detail to a story so that it is ready to be brought into an iteration or sprint. It’s an important balancing act. Bring a story into an iteration before it is sufficiently understood and there will be too many open issues […]

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