Slogan of the month: The intellectual capital of your business has two legs and walks home every day.
What have I done:
- Had nice workshops at Fraunhofer Institute for Big Data Analytics
- Successfully finished hard work on a internal data center migration with the Cloud of Things team
- Planted the seeds for the hosting quality improvements
- Worked on the performance of my blog. Improved site performance by 40%. PHP upgrade to v7 was the most gain. Performance could be better but for my kind of hosting it’s very good.
- Designed strategy, corner milestones and goals for 2017
- Prepared my talk for Bonn Agile Meetup January: IoT und Bastelprojekte (more on this later in this blog)
- Enjoyed Christmas and New Year’s Eve vacation
- Your Minimum Viable Product can be more ‘minimum’ than you think
- A simple assessment how agile your team is
- Derek Sievers quits answering questions, but was gorgeous enough to leave with an FAQ. I good reference for various topics about self-development.
- I just read Tim Ferris notes, not listening to his podcasts. One of his recent issue is Testing The “Impossible”: 17 Questions That Changed My Life.
- Benjamin Cabé wrote a review of Eclipse IoT in 2016
- “Innovation” is dead. Long live “innovation” by Alexander Osterwalder.
- Wonder how to improve Battery Life on low-power devices?
- Introduction of Bluetooth 5
- Something about GIT: Comparison of different GIT Workflows
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