Presenting IT Concepts: Cloud Storage, IT Network, Desktop to Mobile Devices

Presenting IT Concepts: Cloud Storage, IT Network, Desktop to Mobile Devices

Preparing for a presentation about cloud technologies? Trying to illustrate IT network structure and its devices? These topics can be pretty complicated to explain quickly due to their complexity and level of abstraction. That’s why the good idea is to use symbols to illustrate those informatics concepts. If you’re using bare texts in squares or circles, it is hard for people to follow you.

Explaining Big Data? Use editable Data Science Presentation Icons for illustrating data concepts

Explaining Big Data? Use editable Data Science Presentation Icons for illustrating data concepts

Let’s face it – data is everywhere. No matter where you turn in business or in life, you’ll have to look at numbers and chase statistics to get anywhere. You’ve heard all the marketing buzzwords and seen all the fuss. You know it’s important, but how can you effectively talk about data science during presentations? Data mining. Data science. Predictive analysis. The internet is full of these things. It’s full of everything! Odds are that you’ve heard all of these terms. You might not necessarily know what each mean, but you have a few batches of figures you’re familiar and comfortable with. You don’t have a need to ask about […]

Golden Rules for 5 Scrum Meetings [Slideshare]

Golden Rules for 5 Scrum Meetings [Slideshare]

In Scrum, meetings are pretty crucial part of the whole project management process. An effective meeting can move you forward, ineffective are not only waste of time but can demotivate the whole team. And that can hurt the whole project. So it’s better to follow the meeting best practice hints. Check our slide show of Golden Rules of effective Scrum meetings. We visualized meeting rules for 5 types of Scrum meetings. Those rules were suggested by experienced Scrum practitioner and our Scrum contributor consultant Sebastian Schneider. The five meetings are Spring planning, Backlog Grooming, Retrospective meeting, Spring Review and most frequent Daily Scrum.   Here is an example of recommended […]