The accelerating pace of change driven by cloud, mobile and big data requires application delivery pipelines to be faster and more agile than ever. IT teams that rely on traditional methods alone find that they’re unable to keep pace with demand, resulting in growing backlogs and missed opportunities.
Join this webinar to see how HP Helion Development Platform is enhanced with visual, model-driven app development by Mendix for HP Helion. Learn best practices for cloud-native rapid app development and how Mendix enables agile app development for 6-10 times faster results than traditional methods. We’ll take you through the complete application lifecycle—from visual design and development to one-click deployment and auto-scaling—and show you how to get started with these powerful capabilities.
Tired of coding constraints and complexity, vendor lock-in, and under-performing apps? The HP Helion Development Platform can help. Start rapidly developing, deploying, and delivering cloud-native applications. Learn how HP is using open source such as Cloud Foundry, OpenStack and Docker to change and accelerate developing cloud-native applications. Get an inside look at the architecture of the HP Helion Development Platform, details on how it works and why. Learn how to push code to the platform in one simple click, scale an application and how the platform supports the needs of developers with a polyglot runtime, frameworks and highly available services.Read more >
+Do your clinical and administrative leaders have an adversarial relationship, rather than a partnership?
+Are your service line leadership teams struggling to be effective as clinical leaders and business leaders?
+Are your nurse leaders spending too much time managing unit drama and not enough time leading their teams?
Join us on October to learn how we've helped other healthcare organizations increase effectiveness and how you can too!
Pressures in health care for cost-containment, evidence based medicine/quality approaches, and a changing healthcare landscape make it essential that organizations fully develop clinical and administrative leaders and their teams, so they can drive effective clinical and business outcomes alike.
+Physician leaders need to develop their leadership skills, not just their clinical skills
+Nurse managers need tools for feedback & coaching others, to more effectively lead critical/future growth vs. manage current challenges
+Administrative leaders need skills to build collaborative partnerships with clinical leaders & each other
+Organizations need to fill the leadership pipeline and need accessible, effective processes for creating succession & development plans for the next generation of talent
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
+Healthcare Executives looking to take leading edge leadership talent to the next level
+Healthcare HR & OD leaders responsible for developing both clinical & administrative leaders and improving organizational effectiveness
+Clinical and administrative leaders in the healthcare industry who are looking to develop their own leadership & relationship management skills, build cross-functional relationships & improve team effectiveness
YOU WILL LEARN
+Effective approaches for developing clinical leaders
+High-impact development solutions for administrators
Successfully Navigating the Software Development Lifecycle
Building and maintaining a great piece of software is a multi-year affair that requires a wide variety of approaches. The tools and processes used to launch the project are not the same ones needed to keep it running, nor do they decide when to retire it. Deciding when to make these critical transitions and how to manage them can be challenging.
In this seminar Gabe Hicks and Nimret Sandhu will walkthrough the lifecycle of a project from inception to obsolescence, going over the key tools, processes, and decisions that you will face in your own critical applications.
Behavior-Driven Development with Ruby/Cucumber automation is a practical, fail-proof, read-to-use strategy or process that improves software quality and decreases costs.
Ambiguity and miscommunication cause the majority of critical defects and undesirable outcomes in the software development lifecycle. Behavior Driven Development (BDD) ensures that requirements are accurate. It builds a mutual understanding of what should be developed and tested through a common vocabulary.
This webinar introduces BDD methods that promote product quality by generating business requirements in Gherkin (Given-When-Then) format. Tool agnostic, BDD emphasizes communication between business, requirements analysts, developers, and testers to ensure quality expectations are achieved. Describing requirements in the form of system behavior eliminates scope creep and guarantees proper software functionality.
Not delegating appropriately or effectively stymies employee development at every level. When managers hoard work, they inadvertently rob next level and high potential employees of growth opportunities. Delegating for development (vs. delegating to offload tasks) requires a new paradigm and 8 easy steps to ensure a smooth transition of work and skill building. We'll cover it all in this workshop, complete with take-away tools to get started.Read more >
Der herkömmliche Ansatz, Software-Entwicklung und -Betrieb zu trennen, funktioniert angesichts immer kürzerer Produktzyklen, einem verschärften Wettbewerb und anspruchsvollerer Kunden nicht mehr. Die Welt ist schnell, digital und komplex geworden – und die Software-Entwicklung muss sich dem anpassen. Das Webinar zeigt auf, wie Sie diese Herausforderung erfolgreich meistern können.Read more >
Join us to learn how Juniper Networks relies on WANdisco to unite a globally distributed development workforce within Subversion, delivering results such as:
- A 24/7 Continuous Integration environment with zero Subversion downtime
- Increased productivity and maximized valuable engineering time and efficiency
- Eliminated the effects of network failures and the dependency on legacy backup procedures
Stop developing in the dark. Use design-thinking methods to illuminate the path to better products. Whether you’re on a team that works closely with designers or you work alone, using a design-first approach can help you save time and resources in your development process. As more companies take a design-focused approach to product development, it’s helpful for people in all parts of an organization to become familiar with design. In this session, we’ll discuss basic design principles including design thinking, user experience, visual design, designer-developer communication, and design critique.Read more >
Successful organizations are aggressively adopting a new paradigm of application development – leveraging a cloud-first approach. This opens up opportunities for new business models and customer touch-points, delivering a positive impact on their ability to innovate at speed and differentiate from competition.
In this webinar, we will discuss building applications in the cloud, the various approaches and the effect this has on the business.
The HP Helion Development Platform, which sits on top of the HP Helion OpenStack® infrastructure and is built on the CloudFoundry™ open source technology, is a service that enables developers to rapidly develop, deploy and scale applications across a mix of public and private clouds. Join us in learning more about the features and benefits of the HP Helion Development Platform – and learn about what’s new for developers & IT administrators in the newly launched version 1.1.Read more >
Master the art of prototyping by learning to apply six core principles honed by Oculus Design Engineering Head Caitlin Kalinowski. Distilling 15+ years shipping products, she shares examples of how these principles can help you to turbocharge your product's development and focus your team on the right things at the right time. She also shares management secrets that pair best with each stage of development and iteration to keep your product on track.Read more >
Let’s face it. Not all enterprise applications are born for Agile delivery. Organizations will have mission critical applications that are updated infrequently and will continue using waterfall development methodologies. “Why change when it is working well?” say customers. The question then becomes – Will your businesses be able to plan/build/test/track across an enterprise application portfolio for agile and non-agile teams?
Join us in this webinar, as we talk about balancing the needs of legacy and digital first applications, and what true hybrid application development means to your complex application portfolio.
Traditional one-on-one executive/leadership coaching has proven to be a highly effective tool in developing talent for the ever-increasing challenges in organizations. But the traditional approach is not the ONLY way to use coaching.
Development of your most promising employees earlier in their careers is necessary if we are to have the leaders required for companies to compete in the future. Large classroom training alone isn’t getting results quickly enough for this emerging talent pool and is not focused specifically on what individuals need. Pulling coaching into the “development mix” moves companies in the right direction… but it has to be configured properly for the audience.
Please join us in conversation as we welcome Sharon A. Johnson, Director, Executive Development at Nationwide where they are incorporating creative approaches to development by adding “right-sized” coaching elements to various leader development programs and getting results.
Please join this webinar to gain insights on the latest enterprise mobile app development tools, trends and strategies. Guest speaker, Forrester Research, Inc. Analyst, Michael Facemire and CA Technologies will dive into today's hot mobile development topics and answer your questions live.
You will learn about:
- Mobile app development challenges – frameworks, UX, Developer experience (DX)
- Industry trends on app development tools – MBaaS, MADP, RMAD, Mobile Application Services
- Strategies to speed up development – SDKs, Open source, DevOps, Analytics
- Measuring success and realizing cost savings – Savings calculator, newer KPIs
For the past two decades, Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) has represented a convenient alternative to conventional sample prep procedures. SPME allows the simultaneous extraction and enrichment of analytes of interest from a given matrix in a single step while avoiding, or drastically minimizing, the use of organic solvents and time-consuming cleanup procedures.
Like any other analytical method, the various parameters governing the SPME process need to be carefully optimized in order to achieve robustness and sensitivity. However, certain aspects of SPME method development are often overlooked by many users, leading to unsatisfactory performance of the technique.
This webinar will shed light into several aspects of SPME method development. The presentation will include a theoretical explanation of SPME fundamentals and practical suggestions to overcome common errors and bias encountered when using SPME.
The webinar is divided in three main sections: 1) optimization of extraction conditions 2) matrix modifications 3) optimization of desorption conditions for gas and liquid chromatography. Each section is divided in various subsections dedicated to each parameter affecting the performance of the SPME technique. The webinar attendees will be guided through comprehensive understanding of the technology and the critical parameters that influence the extraction process with practical examples from already existing methods.
Tom Hoops, Legg Mason Business DevelopmentRead more >
Development teams are under pressure to build sophisticated and great looking cross-platform web applications faster than ever. As a result, low code and no code development tools are gaining popularity.
Join us in our upcoming webinar, where you’ll learn how Sencha Architect 4.0 can enable you to:
Visually build sophisticated web apps using drag and drop features, so you can spend less time on manual coding
Build cross-platform apps based on the Ext JS 6 Modern and Classic toolkits
Optimize your application code for high performance
Import custom themes into your Ext JS applications from Sencha Themer
Comparability exercises are commonly required at certain milestones during drug development as well as after product registration when changes are implemented into the manufacturing process. The goal is to evaluate if the product remains highly similar (not necessarily identical) before and after the change in terms of quality and stability and have no adverse impact on safety and efficacy predicted for the patients. This assessment requires product-specific knowledge gathered through drug development, taking a totality-of-evidence approach. The different levels of information are obtained from analytical studies for characterization of the molecule, animal studies for toxicity, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for pharmacological activities, and clinical studies for safety/tolerability, immunogenicity and efficacy. This Webinar discusses strategies and considerations for analytical characterization of protein structure and function which forms the foundation of the comparability demonstration.
Sponsored by Unchained Labs
Presentation Title: Limber up your lab with better tools for comparing biologics
There’s no magic bullet when it comes to characterizing a protein by structure or function. Specific tests may work for one molecule but not the next. Instrumentation that provides a high degree of flexibility, balanced with low sample consumption and faster time to result, is crucial to keep up with ever changing laboratory needs. Unchained Labs puts biologics characterization front and center for our instrumentation development. We will discuss how our instruments let researchers be more flexible and efficient, while also providing clear data to help make comparability assessments.
Linking the clinical benefit of a product to a real-world benefit that markets care about, insurers will pay for and that will improve patients’ lives is critical for pipeline assets to succeed.
On July 13 Cello Health, in association with PMGroup, will host a free webinar on the value of early asset development and commercialisation.
It will follow the asset development journey, defining value from both a financial and clinical perspective, and look at the variables with which companies must contend in order to optimize a product’s prospects.
The automated testing of web applications has improved over the last decade with the evolution and advancement of WebDriver. Sencha Test leverages Behavior Driven Development, (BDD), to help test automation engineers design, create, and -- more importantly -- maintain good tests over the long term.
In this joint webinar with Sauce Labs and Sencha, you’ll learn how to:
Keep test automation from becoming a bottleneck in your continuous integration strategy
Achieve scale in deploying a large number of automated tests on multiple platforms simultaneously
We will also present a demo of how to run automated tests on Sauce Labs directly from Sencha Test in a few easy steps.
Hear the latest insights from Gallup’s research into how innovative employers are meeting the shifting demands of the modern workforce. In this session, we’ll discuss what today’s employees expect from development in the workplace. Topics will include the shift from boss to coach, what leaders of teams are struggling with, why the current system is not working, and how to re-engineer your approach to development.Read more >
The influence that supervisors have within an organization’s safety culture cannot be overstated. If safety excellence is the goal, empowering supervisors to leverage positive recognition on the front line is non-negotiable. Join Caterpillar Safety Services Senior Safety Consultant Jenny Krasny as she presents the final installment of a four-part webinar series on supervisor development. Learn why recognizing successful performance is the critical final step in a successful accountability strategy, and how to properly execute it.
• Review of accountability model
• Understand the value of ‘catching’ people doing things right
• Explore the 3W’s (when, what and who) of effective recognition
• Learn the simple steps to create an effective recognition system
• The SDGs are 17 aspirational Global Goals launched in 2015 that are gaining traction amongst investors, companies and policy-makers
• Some of the world’s leading investors have started to allocate capital to the SDGs, recognising a new way to identify and unlock value
• New products such as funds and indices themed around the SDGs are in the pipeline or in development
• The SDGs: a new language you need to learn!
Xander den Uyl, Board of Trustees, ABP
Christopher Greenwald, Executive Director, Sustainable and Impact Investing, UBS Asset Management
Tim Nixon, Head of Sustainability, Thomson Reuters
Moderator: Daniel Brooksbank, Editor, Responsible Investor
This webinar is presented in partnership with Thomson Reuters