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[165] A Check List for Knowledge Transfer
Sooner or later, you have to deal with the task of project acceptance or transfer. To do that efficiently, I follow my own check list, so as not to lose sight of anything and make it in such a way that the customer or project owner would n

[SCRIPT-003] Object-oriented Programming in Python
We cover the application of object-oriented approach in Python. From encapsulation to polymorphism, from the simplest custom type of data to complex classes deeply integrated in Python.

[EAS-018] MongoDB For Programmers
This course delves into topics crucial for professional MongoDB use in practice, such as documenting NoSQL schemas, data indexing and optimization, transactions in MongoDB, implementing and managing role-based access control, working with t

[AUT-039] AUTOSAR Classic - MATLAB
DaVinci Developer fundamentals and exercise example, vARXML and CAN Mapping overview.

[ATL-002] Getting More from Jira Software
This course focuses on the Agile project team. Project Managers and Product Owners learn how to turn customer feedback into a well-organized backlog and how to ensure that estimation statistics are giving them the information they need.

[ATL-003] Planning with Portfolio for Jira
The Agile roadmapping tool, built for Jira Software. Helps you build a plan, see the big picture, track progress and easily share with stakeholders.

[ATL-006] Jira Administration Part 2: Taking it to the next level
This training follows the Jira Administration Part 1 course. It continues the same case study and goes deeper into the administration tasks covered in Part 1, focusing on Jira Software and Jira Core.

[ATL-012] Jira/Confluence Integration
In this course, participants learn how to use Jira and Confluence together in ways that enable teams to manage projects seamlessly across the two applications.

[ATL-004] Jira Essentials
In this course, participants learn how Jira is organized and gain hands-on experience working with the Jira application.

[ATL-008] Realizing the Power of Jira Reporting & Dashboards
This course is aimed at those who are new to Jira dashboards and reports.

[ATL-009] Getting More from Jira Workflows
Learn how to configure and customize Jira workflows. You'll learn workflow best practices and how to find solutions to common workflow requirements using real business scenarios.

[ATL-007] Jira Administration: Getting a service desk up and running
Configuring and branding your customer portal, creating queues and SLAs for your service team, linking a knowledge base, adding participants and automating your service desk.

[ATL-011] Getting More from Confluence
In this course, participants will learn how to complete advanced user and space administration tasks that help them succeed when implementing a Confluence environment in their organization.

[ATL-005] Jira Administration Part 1: Getting up and running
In this course participants learn the most important tasks required to set up a new Jira instance (Jira Software, Jira Core or Jira Service Desk). You get hands-on experience performing the administration tasks that are common to all three

[PTRN-024] Patterns and Practices of Effective Domain Modeling Master Class
The workshop goes through the definition of the DDD alphabet soup, compares and contrasts domain models with anemic models and relates a domain model to DTOs, real-world processes, business rules, and concrete technologies for persistence s

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[371] How to Apply MBTI in HR: Motivation for every day
Any manager knows that motivated employees are the key to any company’s success. Yet it’s very difficult to make sure that people, with completely different characters, views, and needs, will share the company’s goals and work together

[352] Software Testing Economics. Typical questions and answers continued
We’re continuing our article series that covers typical questions and answers.

[345] Software Testing Economics. Testing Strategy
The second part of our article on software testing economics. This time we’ll tackle the test strategy.

[310] Test Driven Development with JUnit 5
Abstract: In this series of articles, we will show you how to develop safe, flexible applications using test-driven development (TDD).

[234] Some Useful Habits of a Leader. Part 2
Time for the second part of our article on some of the useful habits that a leader should have. Check it out.

[210] Trust in the Team. Maintaining trust
To conclude our talk about trust, I would like to dwell on the main rules to be followed by the manager for building and maintaining a trust-based working environment within the project.

[198] Preparing for the future at Bucharest Technology Week
Predicting the future is a challenging prospect but what we do know for sure is that technology will play a big part in it. The future was also the main theme behind this year’s edition of Bucharest Technology Week, the largest urban techno

[201] Luxoft Training adds Atlassian courses to training portfolio
Whether you are a programmer, software tester, project manager, business analyst or in any way involved in a large scale project, chances are you’ve worked or at least have heard about software solutions such as Jira or Confluence.

[206] Trust in the Team: Why We Need It and How It Can Be Built
When training managers of any level (from small team leads to project/program managers), most trainers focus on various managerial competencies, such as goal setting, planning, effective communication, etc., and on general concepts such as

[186] Strategies to Close Cross-Cultural Gaps
The Internet seems to be the perfect channel for finding business opportunities and connecting people and ideas across the world, but accessing it won’t guarantee you the massive results you dreamed of. According to the International Labor

[171] The New IIBA Certification System
A new business analyst certification system of the International Institute of Business Analysis became effective on September 30, 2016 (IIBA, International Institute of Business Analysis). In this article I would like to give an overview of

[144] 7 Principles of Testing. Part 3
In this article we will tackle the last three principles of testing.

[146] BABOK Guide v3: What’s New?
Now, it’s finally come true – as of September 30, 2016, the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) launches their new certification program based on BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge) Guide Version 3. The new BABO

[153] Sins of a code reviewer
Code review is a wonderful thing, which, like most good things done wrong, can do very much harm. However, there is no need to worry, because below you can find a list of things to avoid in order to get the best and dodge the worst while re

[107] Fixie – Testing by Agreement
Some time ago I came across a tweet that someone I know started using a new open-source testing framework Fixie and was very pleased with it. He was so happy that he even decided to revise all of the tests in the current project for the new

[88] How to grow from a team leader to a project manager in IT?
I’ve often been asked this question by Team Leads (TLs) who already work in IT. How can these Team Leads become project managers? This article isn’t about people in Tech Lead positions, which, in my view, is no different from the Team Lead

[91] A little trick when working with ConcurrentDictionary
ConcurentDictionary has one specific feature: in some cases it may not behave exactly as you'd expect. Here is a small example. Let's say we need to do some small caching so that the results of an expensive calculation be taken from the cac

[95] “Not Invented Here” Syndrome
A couple of years ago I made a short series of notes on the patterns of behavior: Technical Debt, Refactoring Syndrome and The Second-System Effect. The time has come to discuss another subject, probably the most famous and popular pattern

[100] ForEachAsync Idiom
Last time we looked at the idiom that allows you to process results in the order of task completion, not in the order of launching. But we skipped one interesting moment there. Let’s say we all have the same weather service and we want to o

[69] Personal project methodology
Do you sometimes wonder about the methodology you as a leader must select for a project? Do you ask yourself whether it will lead to the success of the project or not?

[71] No Need for a Grid
Every enterprise application features some sort of the grid. A grid being is an interactive table that presents a list of data with rows and columns. The most used features of the grid are paging, sorting and filtering. There are a lot of

[72] KPI’s and conflicts of interest
Are there any KPI which affect the personal interests of the manager but can also lead to a win-win situation? The answer is no. Once there are KPI’s that affect the interest of the manager we will surely have a situation where the manager

[73] Finding time to assess
There are many situations when you need to assess a project but the time you are allocated is not enough. Below are a few ideas on how you can find the extra time, so you do not have to reduce the quality of your assessment process.

[81] Join us to the webinar "Facilitating conversations and decision-making"
During this webinar we will discover how to make the right decisions and give feedback.

[82] Join us to the webinar "Setting Facilitation Context", July 7
During this webinar we will explore team performance model and protection cycle.

[31] Interview with Dino Esposito, the author of the book “Microsoft .NET: Architecting applications for the enterprise”
Luxoft Training presents an interview with Dino Esposito a .Net-guru, author of many books on .Net-programming, technical evangelist of Android development and Kotlin in JetBrains. In the interview Dino is talking about his master class &ld

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