Sun.Jul 07, 2019

Keep Your Job After a Cyberattack

CEB IT

The theft of private data on 143 million Americans made the Equifax cyberattack one of the biggest in history. The company’s handling of the breach came under intense scrutiny, resulting in the resignation of CEO Richard Smith in September 2017 amid the turmoil. He wasn’t the first or the last casualty.

Unlocking the Superconscious State of the Digital Organization

Future of CIO

Human beings all experience the primary forms of unconsciousness, subconsciousness, consciousness, and super conscious. The digital era mean increasing pace of changes and abundant information.

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I'm not lost, I'm wondering

‘What do you do?’ is a conversational gambit that many people dread hearing. How to respond? What if you consider yourself hyphenate, a multifaceted individual who, for pleasure or for income, does many things? What if you find it difficult to communicate this in a digestible way? What if your personal sense of identity and self-worth is founded upon the avoidance of neat labels and the impulse to categorise? Do you filter and select, presenting just part of who you are?

Design Thinking and Imagination

Future of CIO

Being able to become innovative to achieve the “art of possible” is being able to apply design thinking to create new things based on the business or customers’ needs. Fundamentally, design is a creative process of turning imagination into reality.

Team Leadership in the Age of Agile

Speaker: Roy Osherove, Technology and Leadership Consultant

Why is implementing new frameworks, from SCRUM to self-organized teams, so much harder than understanding them? Roy Osherove has the solution. Tune in and learn to recognize what state your team is in, to support them accordingly, and to help them adopt the best practices given where they are today.

What it means to be a Service Designer

I'm not lost, I'm wondering

“Before you start reading this, I just want to make it clear that this is my solely opinion and perceptions that I have about being a Service Designer, and are based on my professional experience. I’m not defining the profession and I know that each one of us, as individuals, have different perceptions and definitions of it and, of course, it depends on the company we work for. So, I hope to make a good discussion from this post. Thank you!”

Building Jsonnet from Source

Scott Lowe

I recently decided to start working with jsonnet , a data templating language and associated command-line interface (CLI) tool for manipulating and/or generating various data formats (like JSON, YAML, or other formats; see the Jsonnet web site for more information). However, I found that there are no prebuilt binaries for jsonnet (at least, not that I could find), and so I thought I’d share here the process for building jsonnet from source.