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Why is this, and are
takeaways others should take note of?
Why is the popular framework missing from most of Big Tech, and are
takeaways for companies operating outside this model?
are other things that might have a greater impact on outcomes, such as focus, leadership approaches, how people work even without a process, and so on.
are teams where requirements change a lot, on these teams it’s typically the engineers who run the projects, and can deal with them.
It’s an example of directive leadership and while this approach can work well for roles where
is little creativity needed, it is usually a poor way to build high-performing software engineering teams.
are no dedicated project managers for team-level projects.
Platform teams is an approach that helps, but
is a lot more to unpack here.
are many contexts in which switching to Scrum makes perfect sense and will result in better productivity.
They are also common in early-stage startups, where
is one engineering team to build everything.
Scrum and JIRA tend to go hand-in-hand, and
is no better tool for org-level reporting than JIRA.
was no motorcade back
And the man said, "He's come down a long way, hasn't he?" (Laughter) (Applause)
s been kind of a series of epiphanies.
I woke up, they opened the door, I went out to get some fresh air, and I looked, and
was a man running across the runway.
is a carbon calculator.
And what's happening is that
s a globalization of illness occurring, that people are starting to eat like us, and live like us, and die like us.
s a critical window of opportunity we have to make an important difference that can affect the lives of literally millions of people, and practice preventive medicine on a global scale.
is an epidemic of obesity: two-thirds of adults and 15 percent of kids.
s 10,000 neurons here.
It's hard to do in animals that run around, and
is a physical limit to the number of wires that can be inserted simultaneously.
s no high-tech gizmos here, just biology revealed through biology.
are now hundreds of labs using these approaches.
are some ideas in computer science and in artificial intelligence as to how this might be done, but we still haven't solved a single example of how intelligent behavior springs from the physical interactions in living matter.
I think we'll get
in the not too distant future.
s lots to talk about, but I think I'm just going to play to start off.
s few things more thrilling than playing a song for the first time in front of an audience, especially when it's half-finished.
seems to be a rule in nature that if you get too close to where you came from, it gets ugly.
s some things you just don't need to have in songs.
s only 27 people per square mile, which comes down to about 10 people per square kilometer.
Perhaps the biggest thing it struggles with, like many communities similar to it, is that
s no shared, collective investment in the future of rural communities.