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September 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2023
Product Management Fundamentals in 4 Weeks
Presented by Marily Nika
Key concepts, frameworks, and tools for building products users love This event will be presented in a new format that brings the audience into the action. The first 50 people to ...
August 1, 2023
Introduction to Time Management Skills
Presented by Dave McKeown
Gain control, achieve focus, and get more done As a new manager, you must learn the skills to help your team achieve your collective goals. However, your newâand potentially overwhelmingâday-to-day responsibilities ...
August 30, 2023
Product management in 90 minutes
Presented by Matt LeMay
Understand the key connective role of the 21st century Product management has become a critical connective role for organizations across industries and geographies, yet the day-to-day work of product management remains ...
September 18, 2023
Life-Hack Your Day
Presented by Connie Missimer
Understanding chronobiology and its link to your productivity All humansâand virtually all animalsâhave an internal clock with attendant âbestâ and âworstâ times to do various tasks. Decades of research have found ...
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How Slack rearchitected its system to achieve zero downtime and improve latency, reliability and availability
By Bing Wei
In 2016, Slack faced a problem: the load on its backend servers had increased by 1,000x. Bing Wei explains how rearchitecting the system with lazy loading, a publish/subscribe model, and an ...
Case Study: How Pinterest Built a Stream Processing Platform with Apache Flink
By Chen Qin
Facing rapid growth and competition in its online business, Pinterest had to evolve its data stack from offline-only ETL batch jobs to near-real-time big data applications. But stateful stream processing is ...
Case Study: How Honeycomb used Serverless to Speed Up Its Servers
By Jessica Kerr
At Honeycomb, customers send lots of data and then compose complex, ad hoc queries. Most are simple, some are not, and some are really not. The load is complex, spontaneous, and ...
Case Study: How Indeed uses the FOSS Contributor Fund to Sustain Critical Open Source Dependencies
By Duane O’Brien
As companies deploy products that depend on free and open source software (FOSS), corporate funding has become both essential and complex. To sustain the open source community, companies need to build ...
Case Study: How Thoughtworks and Open GI used four key metrics to succeed with their digital transformation
By Andrew Harmel-Law
When Open GI transitioned one of its flagship products to an Azure-based SaaS offering, the work involved organizational redesign, developer upskilling, and architectural transformation. Key to tracking and continually improving all ...
How Spotify uses machine learning to personalize the user experience
By Mounia Lalmas
Understanding user listening behavior is essential for personalizing music listening experiences on Spotify. Mounia Lalmas explains how Spotify uses machine learning recommenders that take into account what and how users consume ...