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We partnered up with UNHCR, Mercy Corps, volunteers from Google, and Translators Without Borders to develop an app called “Translation Cards” to make sure refugees are not lost in translation.The app is already available on Google Play Store, but this is an on-going project. And this is where (and why!) we come in. Sign up for our female-led #Hackathon in San Francisco on July 30 here:
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In this episode of the ThoughtWorks Beacon Podcast, ThoughtWorkers Jonny LeRoy and Chelsea Komlo talk about the "security sandwich" and how security fits into the development process of an agile team.
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Check out all the blips featured across all the editions of our Technology Radar tagged as infrastructure as Code. It's a new feature and we would love to hear if it's useful to you. #IaC http://thght.works/1UwfvJ7
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There are only so many 'red vs. blue buttons' and 'tabs or hamburger menu' tests that you can put into the field. #UX #ProductStrategy
Properly used, user research will destroy your product. This is a feature, not a bug. You have an idea, maybe even a great one. You’ve done your design sprint, your visioning session, your intense few days of white-boarding. You’ve built your draft roadmap, have a few personas and a well-worn copy of the Lean Startup. No plan, though, survives its first contact with the enemy.
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How do you define Evolutionary Architecture? ThoughtWorker Neal Ford, software architect and author, shares his definition in this new ThoughtWorks Beacon podcast. https://soundcloud.com/thoughtworks/defining-evolutionary-architecture-with-neal-ford
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In the first installment in our new series on #blockchain—Cutting Through the Hype—we took a critical look at the hype surrounding blockchain to see how much “there” is really there. In this next installment, we dive a little deeper into what blockchain does do, what it does not do, and what it will do … someday.
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"Connected devices are getting smarter and more autonomous, and the required standards for interoperability and robust implementations are coming." - Mat Henshall, IoT Initiative Lead at ThoughtWorks #IoT  
There is much hype around the Internet of Things (the linking of machines and sensors to the Internet), but is it deserved? At its core, IoT is just the Internet, with things on it. But these things are different from the computers we are used to dealing with. In short, the IoT is the same but different.
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Ageism in tech is as severe a diversity issue for women as race and gender homogeneity. #WomeninTech 
On the last day of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, I sat on stage with four developers watching incredulously as 150 stadium seats filled to capacity. Named for the computer programming pioneer and Navy Admiral Grace Hopper, this conference is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists, and our workshop, #TechAtAnyAge, was the very last session of the 3-day event.
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Just as two developers might pair, developers and designers can (and should) pair too. #UX #Software
Plenty of people are talking about how organisations should capitalise on design, yet few are talking about the practicalities of what it looks like to actually deliver it. Pairing developers and designers removes the natural suspicion between them, is fun, easy, and presents value to customers faster, making businesses—and teams—happier.
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One of the themes in the Technology Radar is “open source as a virtuous byproduct.” In this new 30-minute podcast, Technology Advisory Board Members Badri Janakiraman, Martin Fowler, Mike Mason and Rebecca Parsons delve into the state of OSS and more. Enjoy the banter! https://soundcloud.com/thoughtworks/open-source-as-a-virtuous-byproduct
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In this new article by ThoughtWorker Mike Mason, we highlight some of the macro trends that can’t be covered directly in the Technology Radar.
We publish our Technology Radar twice a year: it’s a snapshot of current and future technologies that we think are important and relevant across the industry. We assemble about 20 of our most senior technologists from around the world to create the Radar and it’s a great opportunity to compare trends and directions using a global view. We summarize major trends in the Radar itself, but there is enough going on that a longer article is appropriate...
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We work with people and organizations who have ambitious missions - whether they are in the commercial, social or government sectors. We set up smart teams who love challenges and think disruptively to help our clients succeed. Our Agile development tools help our clients continuously improve and deliver quality software.

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