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Taking digitization seriously also requires consistency

From the status quo and current challenges to a look into the future of the insurance industry: Stefan Eversberg, Member of the Management Board of HDI Vertriebs AG and HDI Pensionsmanagement AG, in an interview with Avenga.

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Essentially, Data is good. It’s the use cases that can be problematic

Data as a property and data ownership were the topic we addressed during our webinar on Reframing Data and Privacy: The new ethics, optics and relationships. Our special guest, Michael DePalma is a renowned expert in the technology, healthcare and life sciences space and a devoted advocate for the utilization of meaningful technologies in human health. He shared a number of points.

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Rust language – the most loved language of them all

Ranking number 1 among the professional developers according to Stack Overflow, Rust is the most loved but lowly-adopted language. Rust promises a catchy combo of interesting features, performance, control, memory safety, smooth concurrency that are vital for systems programming. Coupled with robust community development, it makes some loud promises. Today, we analyze the introduction of Rust language and projects in Rust making their way, maybe even into the Linux kernel.

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Salesforce External ID Fields Code Simplification Power

A short guide on how to simplify and reduce the Apex code and save the total number of database statements in the cost of complexification of auxiliary structures. In this article we demonstrate an alternative way to handle insert operations integrity using Salesforce native features and save the total number of issued DML statements Governor Limit.

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Telehealth leaders survey results and 6 biggest bottlenecks in telemedicine right now

Insufficient clinical decision support, lack of payment parity, and telemedicine reimbursement issues halt telehealth’s widespread adoption. Though regulatory pathways and consent procedures have been loosened thanks to the pandemic, it’s yet unclear how soon telehealth apps will help with turning the point-of-care to patients and capacitating them with health data.

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How to turn Try often, fail fast into Try often, succeed often

Fail-fast philosophy is the principle behind Agile practices to determine the value of ideas early in the process and cut losses quickly. Born in Silicon Valley, an innovation startups den, the real aim of “try often, fail fast,” is to enable disruptive ideas to materialize. But how can the business evaluate failure when delivering digital services in a truly agile manner? We will discuss its original meaning and the intention behind it along with practical interpretations and consequences.

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HTTP 1, 2, …3!

The HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol), a request-response protocol used for transferring files on the internet, is the foundation of any data exchange on the Web including your browser displaying this article now . HTTP/3 became the official standard in 2019, and a wide support in the browsers and web servers will soon arrive.

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Digital business resilience

Małgorzata Wiśniewska, Managing Director of Avenga Poland, in her interview for Computerword.pl talks about how a flexible technology-based model ensures business resilience and helps turn risk into a business opportunity.

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Legacy migration by a thousand features

In today’s global marketplace, being successful for business is about staying relevant. The technology is there to help make it happen. But the business environment changes, the customer requirements evolve and, at some point, there comes a time when it’s no longer economically viable to support the outdated application. What are the best ways to migrate? How do you ensure that the migration results meet the best outcomes? Jacek Chmiel, Director of Avenga Labs analyzes the legacy migration feature parity as a pattern or antipattern. Let’s find out.

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Project success vs scope and timeline limitations

The projects with fixed time and fixed scope sometimes give managers the perception of predictability and control. Project management is far from being that simple. Explore some how-tos about planning and execution of a project with fixed scope and timeline.

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