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Profile: Stefanie Pichler, Product Manager for Machine Learning & Advanced Data Analytics at A1 Digital

Women in Tech: “Women have to prove themselves before they are taken seriously”

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Stefanie Pichler, Product Manager for Machine Learning & Advanced Data Analytics at A1 Digital.

Interview with Joanna Hodgson, Director of presales at Red Hat

Ada Lovelace Day special: “It’s important that the female pioneers are visible and celebrated”

We’re celebrating Ada Lovelace Day on JAXenter! Ada Lovelace was an English mathematician and is today known as one of the first programmers in history. We spoke with Joanna Hodgson, Director of presales at Red Hat, about what Ada Lovelace means for women in tech today and her very personal connection with this inspiring woman. And we asked her, how she is going to celebrate this special occasion.

Resolving cyber attacks

4 realistic perks of having a proactive certified incident handler on-board

Does your firm need a certified incident handler on the team? Incident handlers manage the situation that happens after a cybersecurity attack. They plan, manage, coordinate, and communicate in order to contain and mitigate the attack’s effects. In this article, Tiru Dehariya discusses some of the benefits that come with having an incident handler on board and when to look for when hiring one.

Take our poll! Do you prefer remote work?

Study reveals remote workers are happier and make more money

Why do so many people love working remotely? (Besides avoiding bumper-to-bumper traffic.) According to a recent study by OWLLabs, remote workers in the United States earn more money and are overall happier with their job when compared to on-site workers. Take our poll: Do you prefer working remotely or working on-site? Let us know what you think!

Profile: Anna-Maria Schaum, Head of Business Intelligence & Controlling at MyHammer

Women in Tech: “We need pervasive role models to show that we’re not the exception”

Women are underrepresented in the tech sector —myth or reality? Two years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Anna-Maria Schaum, Head of Business Intelligence & Controlling at MyHammer.

Where do you start?

Building analytics? Time to start thinking like a product manager

When it comes to solving a problem in product development, taking stock of the situation at hand is one of the first steps you should take. In this article, Matthew Halliday gives some advice on how to think like a product manager. Get a few steps closer to a thoughtful analytics design with these informative tips.

Encryption, autonomy, and anonymity

10 blockchain technology solutions for business in 2019

Blockchain provides powerful encryption, autonomy, and anonymity. But, how do you invest in the blockchain? It has investment uses in different fields, including copyright preservation, cashless purchasing, and transaction security. Here are 10 blockchain tech solutions for businesses, and a quick overview of how blockchain works in simple, easy-to-understand steps.

Inspiring leadership tips

6 qualities of the best IT project manager

The IT project manager has a lot of responsibility. From task delegation to resource tracking, quality control, and communication, there’s not a spare moment in the day. In order to be a well-rounded leader, you should meet certain standards. These are the top 6 qualities that all IT project managers need to succeed and lead their team to success.

With Chris Loy and Jenny Wem

Interview: A day in the life of a programmer

Co-founder and CTO of DataSine, Chris Loy, and Front End Engineer Jenny Wem both have plenty of programming experience. We found the time to ask them some questions about life as a programmer, the challenges they face, how things have changed, and what advice they have for programmers of the future.