Built to Adapt

Stories and insights on how software is changing the way society and businesses are built, from Pivotal.

  • Keeping the Lines Open

    Keeping the Lines Open

    Why communication and camaraderie are necessary for a distributed teamThis post was co-written by Harlie LevineDistributed teams are hard. It’s extremely difficult to have a group of people...

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  • A UX Designer’s Guide to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    A UX Designer’s Guide to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    How designers in complex technical domains can quash self-doubt, wrangle tough problems, and deliver user value.

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  • What’s the Best Way to Pair?

    What’s the Best Way to Pair?

    Pomodoro, Ping-Pong or Pair-mate?This post was written by Maya Rosecrance, Software Engineer at Pivotal London and Sarah Connor, Software Engineer at Pivotal LondonPair programming is at the...

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  • Automation is the Answer at Scotiabank

    Automation is the Answer at Scotiabank

    How Scotiabank is Modernizing its Approach to Software DevelopmentA cloud-native platform like Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) is designed to enhance developer productivity. It abstracts away...

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  • Pivoting into Product Management

    Pivoting into Product Management

    This week for Pivotal Voices, we’re featuring Sharon Tam, Senior Product Manager at Pivotal New York.When I was growing up, my nickname used to be Shady Sharon because I was always caught up in...

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  • Boost Greenplum BI Performance with Heimdall Data

    Boost Greenplum BI Performance with Heimdall Data

    Eric Brandsberg, CTO of Heimdall Data and Greg Chase, Business Development Lead at Pivotal, chat with Jeff Kelly about how Heimdall Data can help you boost Greenplum BI PerformanceOne of the more...

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  • How and Why to Classify Problems in User Interviews

    How and Why to Classify Problems in User Interviews

    Measure Intensity, Frequency, and RecencyAs a product team, how do you know which problem to solve? This question might be hard to answer, especially if you don’t understand your customers...

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  • Demystifying the Public or Private Cloud Choice

    Demystifying the Public or Private Cloud Choice

    Which route should you take?

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  • So, You Want to Build a “Silicon Valley-like” Software Developer Culture? Focus on the People.

    So, You Want to Build a “Silicon Valley-like” Software Developer Culture? Focus on the People.

    The ongoing race to reinvent enterprise IT’s identity as a modern software development shop.A few years ago, I was helping a large bluechip company deliver a multi-year software project. The goal...

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  • Conversant Processes 200 Billion Events Per Day With Pivotal Greenplum

    Conversant Processes 200 Billion Events Per Day With Pivotal Greenplum

    Pivotal’s Jeff Kelly and Conversant’s Shaun Litt and John Conley talk big data analytics at Greenplum Summit 2018.If you’ve ever been online, you’ve probably encountered Conversant, though you may...

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  • Dear Graduates, You’re Not “Junior Developers”

    Dear Graduates, You’re Not “Junior Developers”

    Why you shouldn’t think of yourself as a junior developerA lot of young people will graduate this month and start looking for a job. They’re polishing their LinkedIn profiles, deleting those...

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  • Conduent Uses Advanced Analytics and Data Science to Help Its Clients Proactively Avoid Legal…

    Conduent Uses Advanced Analytics and Data Science to Help Its Clients Proactively Avoid Legal…

    Conduent Uses Advanced Analytics and Data Science to Help Its Clients Proactively Avoid Legal TroubleKarl Sobylak, Senior Director of Data Analytics at Conduent chats with Jeff Kelly at PostGres...

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  • At Garmin, Developers Are Learning to Let Go and Love Automation

    At Garmin, Developers Are Learning to Let Go and Love Automation

    How automation is making life easier for developers at Garmin.Letting go is sometimes difficult. But that’s what developers at Garmin are learning to do.The only way to release software on a daily...

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  • At Garmin, Developers Are Learning to Let Go and Love Automation

    How automation is making life easier for developers at Garmin.Letting go is sometimes difficult. But that’s what developers at Garmin are learning to do.The only way to release software on a daily...

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  • Acquisitions — What to Consider

    Acquisitions — What to Consider

    Thomas Squeo, Senior Vice President for Digital Transformation and Digital Architecture at West, breaks down what to consider in the midst of an acquisition process...

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  • Autonomous IT with Dynatrace

    Autonomous IT with Dynatrace

    Alois Reitbauer explains what IT will be like in the future.It’s easy to get swept up with the idea of autonomous cars. No one wants to be stuck in traffic or deal with a long commute home at the...

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  • How Cerner Got Their Delivery Pipelines Flowing With Pivotal Cloud Foundry

    How Cerner Got Their Delivery Pipelines Flowing With Pivotal Cloud Foundry

    Learn why Concourse was key in Cerner’s digital transformation journey.

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  • Scott Yara Explains Why Data Tells The Story

    Scott Yara Explains Why Data Tells The Story

    Scott Yara, Senior Vice President of Products at Pivotal, talks about how learnings on application efficiency can help databases everywhere.Speaking at the Greenplum Summit at PostgresConf, Scott...

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  • Starting Again in Software

    Starting Again in Software

    In this week’s Pivotal Voices, Edie Beer, Software Engineering Manager at Pivotal New York, details her journey coming back to software after a decade awayI grew up in a tiny town in West Virginia...

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  • The Case for a Connected and Centralized Knowledge Center

    The Case for a Connected and Centralized Knowledge Center

    The benefits of having an active, shared knowledge center as you build your product as a team.How do you keep track and remember all of those familiar activities — from roadmaps, to retros, to...

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