In Praise of Spaghetti Code

Retrieved from https://ubiquity.acm.org/blog/. Computer Science and Technology. Spaghetti code is not getting any respect. Software experts denigrate it; coding classes avoid it like the plague; and when students go out into the world, they spend inordinate amounts of time trying to follow their mentors’ instructions. This unalloyed disparagement of spaghetti code is unfortunate, because we owe... Continue Reading →

It’s Time for Data Ethics Conversations at Your Dinner Table

This opinion piece has been contributed by Lucy C. Erickson, Natalie Evans Harris and Meredith M. Lee, three members of the D4GX community. All three authors contributed equally to this piece.   Retreieved from https://www.techatbloomberg.com/blog/time-data-ethics-conversations-dinner-table/. With 2.5 quintillion records of data created every day, people are being defined by how they travel, surf the Internet, eat, and live their lives.... Continue Reading →

One of Blockchain’s Super Powers is Trust

Retrieved from https://chrisbrogan.com/blockchain-trust/. By Chris Brogan In 2009, Julien Smith and I wrote Trust Agents. It was a book about how to be human across the web. Now, almost a decade later, I’m hot on the trail of how companies can extend their business relationships even more, and how emerging technologies like blockchain are helping deliver TRUST... Continue Reading →

How Tech Breakthroughs Can Shatter the Bonds of Poverty

Global business leaders must be savvy about economic conditions in every country of the world  as well as have the ability to integrate knowledge from quantitative, behavioral, interpersonal, transpersonal, and organizational perspectives. These essential resources will strengthen anyone's ability to drive value-creation at any level in an organization.  This article written by: Kosta Peric, Deputy Director for Global... Continue Reading →

Starting a High-Tech Business? You May be Eligible for Government Funding

Looking to start or grow your high-tech entrepreneurial venture? Need financing to help fund research and development (R&D) efforts and realize your business potential? The U.S. federal government can help! Article re-blogged from https://www.sba.gov/blogs/contributors/Caron_Beesley In fact, annually, nearly 5,000 small businesses receive over $2.5 billion in federal government grants and contracts to help them carry out the R&D... Continue Reading →

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