The first order of business in discussing user experience (UX) is to define user experience. The trouble here, though, is that the specifics of the definition vary from person to person as much as there are varieties of apples. All are apples though, right? Yep, and UX is no different.
Design + Engineering Archive
How the Scale Cube model can help engineers and technologists scale technology solutions in a way that’s cost-effective and innovative.
Building a Hadoop cluster and running it well at scale as a system of record requires key design considerations in storage, compute and networking along with data redundancy and high availability options available in Hadoop.
A data scientist wears many hats: part software engineer, part data engineer and part statistician.
Retrospectives- better known to a lot of people as Lessons Learned- are an important part of any project team, engineering or non-engineering.
How many times have you heard someone say “A Business Analyst’s job ends when the requirements are documented”? Why that makes for a poor Business Analyst, a poor product and most likely many defects after the feature is coded.
Remember as a child playing the game Follow The Leader? In that game it is up to the leader to decide the actions or paths the others take. Usually the leader begins with simple actions, but eventually it gets more challenging as they go. That is a lot like being a Business Analyst.
Enterprise Product Architect Tom Dugan shares a few of his favorite books and their applicability to product design, innovation, development and management.