techrepublic.com — 2+ hour, 6+ min ago
DevOps Institute: It's time to walk the walk and build a learning culture
," said Jayne Groll, CEO of DevOps Institute, in a statement. ... and Content Officer, Eveline Oehrlich, who led the research and data analysis, in a statement. ... Building a continuous learning culture is of key importance, and one of the top DevOps ways of working ... "The building of a learning culture can only happen if there is a no-blaming or shaming of problems and ... your DevOps journey and that of your team and company," Oehrlich said. ... ...
pitchonnet.com — 2+ hour, 59+ min ago
Samyukta Ganesh Iyer quits as Head of Marketing at Baskin Robbins
Samyukta Ganesh Iyer, Head of Marketing, Baskin Robbins, has stepped down. ... Iyer holds an MBA in Marketing from SIES College of Management Studies Mumbai. ... Iyer joined Basking Robbins in 2019. ... Prior to that, she has served stints at Abbott India as Senior Marketing Manager and at Unilever as Innovations ... ...
techcrunch.com — 4+ hour, 54+ min ago
This is your brain on Zoom -- TechCrunch
We all know these constant video calls are doing something to our brains. How else could we get tired and frazzled from sitting around in your own home all day? Well, now Microsoft has done a little brain science and found out that yeah, constant video calls do increase your stress and brain noise. Tell [...]...
networkworld.com — 5+ hour, 30+ min ago
Juniper: Managing the complexity of future networks
It's been 10 years since Marc Andreessen said software is eating the world; well now it's eating the ... Juniper's chief product officer Manoj Leelanivas explains the company's software strategies that include ... _Like most of its competitors, __Juniper Networks is leaning hard on developing all manner of software ... Network World talked with Manoj Leelanivas, Juniper's executive vice president and chief product officer ... run complicated data-center hybrid-cloud networks. ... ...
techcrunch.com — 5+ hour, 43+ min ago
Senate antitrust hearing on app stores gives Apple critics a big soapbox -- TechCrunch
Senate antitrust hearing on app stores gives Apple critics a big soapbox TechCrunch...
arstechnica.com — 5+ hour, 52+ min ago
More than one scribe wrote the text of a Dead Sea Scroll, handwriting shows
Qumran Cave 1, above the northwest shore of the Dead Sea, where the Great Isaiah Scroll was found in ... (The Israel Museum, in partnership with Google, has digitized the Isaiah Scroll along with an English ... Popovic is also director of the university's Qumran Institute, dedicated to the study of the Dead Sea ... that would identify a scribe," said co-author Mladen Popovic of the University of Groningen. ... The Great Isaiah Scroll was probably written by a scribe of the Jewish sect of the Essenes around the ... ...
techcrunch.com — 5+ hour, 53+ min ago
Google launches the next developer preview of Android 12 -- TechCrunch
Right on schedule, Google today launched the third developer preview of Android 12, the latest version of its mobile operating system. According to Google's roadmap, this will be the last developer preview before Android 12 goes into beta, which is typically also when you"ll likely see the first over-the-air updates for non-developers who want to [...]...
techcrunch.com — 5+ hour, 57+ min ago
Affect raises a seed round to grow its stimulant abuse recovery service -- TechCrunch
Affect raises a seed round to grow its stimulant abuse recovery service TechCrunch...
arstechnica.com — 6+ hour, 8+ min ago
They hacked McDonald's ice cream machines--and started a cold war
by Andy Greenberg, wired.com - Apr 21, 2021 5:45 pm UTC The lure of frozen deliciousness that led ... cold war--one that is only now turning hot. ... sells the McFlurry-squirting devices to McDonald's restaurant owners for about $18,000 each, and yet ... As O'Sullivan says, this menu isn't documented in any owner's manual for the Taylor digital ice cream ... So perhaps it's no surprise that many McDonald's restaurants' ice cream machines seem to be as often ... ...
techrepublic.com — 6+ hour, 15+ min ago
49% of remote workers would rather clean their toilet than open more emails
Towers Watson report from February. ... More than 3 in 5 remote workers say they're more likely to reply immediately to an email from their boss ... Fifty percent of remote workers said they spent their own money on tools to help manage their productivity ... employees in the U.S. expect to continue to work from home through the end of 2021, according to a Willis ... It's so bad that 49% of employees surveyed said they'd rather clean their bathroom than sort through ... ...