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  • Pivotal’s Espirit de Corps

    Pivotal’s Espirit de Corps

    Pivotal’s Esprit de CorpsThis week for Pivotal Voices, we’re featuring Mike Sanders, engineer at Pivotal in Atlanta and veteran of the United States Marine CorpsI knew right away that I wanted to...

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  • The Risk Reduction KPI: Time to Truth

    The Risk Reduction KPI: Time to Truth

    Jen Handler, Product Manager at Pivotal in Atlanta, offers a new metric to consider making part of your next business case submissionPrior to joining Pivotal, most of my career had been spent...

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  • Pairing for Success

    Pairing for Success

    #PivotalVoices is a series where we talk about how and why people came to technology. This week we feature Matthew Kleiman, an engineer in our New York office.

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  • Product Stack Denver—Panel

    Product Stack Denver—Panel

    As promised, here is video of the panel discussion from our Product Stack event in Denver last week, emceed by Jay Zeschin, and featuring Jim Semick of ProductPlan, Dan Podsedly of Tracker, Jess...

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  • How Crunchy Data Closed the Enterprise PostgreSQL Gap - All the Way to Cloud-Native

    How Crunchy Data Closed the Enterprise PostgreSQL Gap - All the Way to Cloud-Native

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  • How to Change Careers Later in Life and Transition Into a Technical Role

    How to Change Careers Later in Life and Transition Into a Technical Role

    There are a lot of people who want to change their career later in life. They want to do more challenging work, earn more money, and have a better lifestyle. Given the growing need of technical...

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  • Product Stack Denver—Keynote

    Product Stack Denver—Keynote

    Our first Product Stack event in Denver was a huge success! A large crowd of PMs and the PM-curious came out for a keynote from Jay Zeschin, CTO of Ello, as well as the full panel discussion....

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  • Updates to Story Activity

    Updates to Story Activity

    When you’re working with your team in Tracker, discussions can move quickly and cover a lot of ground. They evolve as people ask questions about the requirements of a story, share updates on their...

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  • Diversify Your Cloud Portfolio or Bank on Failure

    Diversify Your Cloud Portfolio or Bank on Failure

    Why would a business choose a strategy of investing in a single cloud? It doesn’t make sense in today’s marketplace.

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  • Announcing Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.2: Unified Service for Event-driven, Streaming, and Batch Data Pipelines

    Announcing Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.2: Unified Service for Event-driven, Streaming, and Batch Data Pipelines

    Spring Cloud Data Flow 1.2.0.RELEASE is now generally available. Composed Tasks, Real-time Metrics and Monitoring, Companion Artifacts, Oauth Improvements, Role based access, Bug reporting, and more.

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  • How We Did Take Your Kid to Work Day at Pivotal

    How We Did Take Your Kid to Work Day at Pivotal

    Children of Pivots were shown how Pivotal works with clients on take your kid to work day.

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  • A More Practical Approach to Encrypting Data In Motion

    A More Practical Approach to Encrypting Data In Motion

    A More Practical Approach to Encrypting Data in MotionJustin Smith, Pivotal’s Chief Security Officer for Product, breaks down encrypting data in motion into a more approachable understanding.It’s...

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  • What Software Teams Can Learn From Architects

    What Software Teams Can Learn From Architects

    #PivotalVoices is a series where we talk about how and why people came to technology. This week we feature Judy van Soldt, a product manager in our San Francisco office.“I was trained as a...

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  • 3 Answers, 1 Question, with Bob Sutton

    3 Answers, 1 Question, with Bob Sutton

    We chatted with Bob Sutton, Stanford d.school professor and author of “The No Asshole Rule” and the upcoming “The Asshole Survival Guide.”We're kicking off "3 Answers, 1 Question", a series of...

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  • Three Ways Product Managers Can Help with a Great Iteration Planning Meeting

    Three Ways Product Managers Can Help with a Great Iteration Planning Meeting

    A great iteration planning meeting (IPM) sets the tone for the entire iteration. Your team leaves the session energized, excited, and with a clear picture of how to hit the ground running in the...

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  • Software Patterns are Evolving. Are You Keeping Up? Spring Days Can Help.

    Software Patterns are Evolving. Are You Keeping Up? Spring Days Can Help.

    Learn about many relevant new software patterns by coming to Spring Days. We talked to Pivotal developer advocate Josh Long to find out more about the event.

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  • Cloud-Native Security: Going Upstack From the 3 Rs

    Cloud-Native Security: Going Upstack From the 3 Rs

    McKinsey research shows CIOs and execs cite existing security controls as “a major pain point” impacting frontline productivity. Can embedding Security into DevOps help deliver apps faster and safer?

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  • Three Panel Tips That Will Make Your Work More Visible

    Three Panel Tips That Will Make Your Work More Visible

    One of the main reasons people enjoy and stick with Tracker is that at heart, we’re a relatively straightforward to-do app for software teams. By keeping the features you need to get your job...

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  • Lean Research + Iterative Hardware = Smart Safety

    Lean Research + Iterative Hardware = Smart Safety

    What does it look like when you apply those research methods to the hardware development life cycle? Here’s what Pivotal learned by partnering with Revolar - a safety and wellness wearable startup.

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  • Always Be Shipping with Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10: Go Fast, Go Secure, and Go .NET!

    Always Be Shipping with Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10: Go Fast, Go Secure, and Go .NET!

    Pivotal Cloud Foundry 1.10 helps you ship custom code quickly and safely. Highlights include distributed tracing, security, compliance, and automation tools for Windows Server administrators.

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