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We think these successive career waves can provide greater opportunities for employees to achieve ikigai

Quote from The Technology Fallacy (Management on the Cutting Edge): This need to continually pivot to the next possible career wave also has another implication—the need and/or the ability for employees to chart their own course of career exploration with passion. By passion, we don’t necessarily mean an overriding and long-term desire for a specific…

Quote from A Practitioner’s Guide to Account-Based Marketing
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Quote from A Practitioner’s Guide to Account-Based Marketing

ABM makes such a measurable difference because it is designed with specific objectives aimed at a tightly targeted audience. Externally, it is an integrated, coordinated programme of activities that brings valuable propositions and relevant ideas to clients. Internally, it encourages closer cooperation between marketing, account management, sales and delivery teams because it is only truly…

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Please vote for my EclipseCon France submission!

I just submitted a talk to EclipseCon France – it would be great if you could up-vote it (registration required), or forward it to other Eclipse-loving people. Thanks! In case you are wondering: The talk is not technical, but focuses on career decisions of a developer. Not sure whether the program committee likes this, but…

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ProR development continues (Eclipse OpenSource RE tool based on RMF/ReqIF) – feedback wanted!

I am project lead on the Eclipse Requirements Modeling Framework (RMF), which also contains a tool called ProR for requirements engineering (http://eclipse.org/rmf). In two weeks, we’ll start a sprint to improve the GUI. We welcome feedback, so that we can prioritize properly before starting the sprint. More details can be found here: http://www.formalmind.com/en/blog/next-pror-snapshot-coming-soon-please-help-us-prioritize We appreciate…

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Dijkstra – The Three Golden Rules for Successful Scientific Research

For personal reference posted here: “Raise your quality standards as high as you can live with, avoid wasting your time on routine problems, and always try to work as closely as possible at the boundary of your abilities. Do this, because it is the only way of discovering how that boundary should be moved forward.”…