BY| December 21, 2019
2019 has been good for us. We’ve made many new friends, supported conferences in countries we’d never visited before, on-boarded many new clients who seem to be very excited at having found our tools and along the way launched a couple of AI-based solutions that promise to help our customers work in ways they never thought possible before. We hope 2019 has been happy for you as well and wish 2020 to be much better!
To close out the year, we’ve selected some of our most well received articles for our newsletter. We hope you like reading them. Happy holidays!
Moving from Waterfall to Agile with Kanban
Many software teams are moving from traditional to Agile processes using Kanban. In this article, Mahesh Singh briefly explains how to go about with the switch, giving some examples of our own team and how we do Kanban.
XAI (eXplainable AI) – A Contextual Introduction
‘The computer said so’ has become a common refrain and decisions taken by these systems are accepted without any questions about bias, trust and context. eXplainable AI (XAI) aims to ensure that algorithms are accountable and that humans aren’t left out of the decision making process. This article by Ashwin Swarup explains eXplainable AI (XAI).
5 Ways Artificial Intelligence will aid Project Management
With the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI), companies now have the capability to not only improve the efficiency of their day-to-day activities, but also plan better for the near future. In this article, Bhaskar S shows us how AI can aid Project Management.
4 Ways AI will Impact Software Testing
AI’s influence on software development and automated testing grows with each passing day. If you have spent any time in software development in the last two decades, you might remember the days when manual testing was the norm. Not anymore! Here’s Sunita Vyas on how AI will impact software testing.
That’s all from us this month. Hope you liked these articles. Feedback, questions, all welcome!