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Elevate Toronto: What is Lean Innovation Anyway?

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Today, even the most established corporations are having to “think like a startup” in order to keep up with contemporary trends and consumer needs. As you could imagine, as technological capabilities improve, the pace of business and expectations multiply. As a result, today’s corporations not only need to pull a few pages from the Lean and Agile methodologies, but they must also write their...

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The Challenges and Celebrations of Canadian CIOs Right Now

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Canadian CIOs have a lot to celebrate. According to the CanadianCIO Census 2017, hiring is up, budgets are increasing (in some cases by as much as 15%), and there is a plethora of new technology that many companies are ready to soon deploy. But the report also brought to light many of the universal concerns Canadian CIOs are facing today. CIOs must balance supporting the...

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Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

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Defining Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery Continuous Integration (CI) has become an essential ingredient for teams doing iterative and incremental software delivery. CI is a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early. CI is a software engineering practice in which isolated...

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React’s Expansion: 3 Interviews with Facebook Engineers at React Rally

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After sponsoring React Rally in Utah, and ReactEurope in France this summer, there's one thing that’s extremely evident: The ReactJS ecosystem is moving very quickly. In less than two months since ReactEurope, significant progress occured in GraphQL and ReactNative, with both generating even more excitement than at ReactEurope. Particularly interesting was Nick Schrock of Facebook's take on ReactNative and GraphQL together. He made some...

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