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September 7, 2017

What Closing the Loop of Health Data Means
How Project Baseline is closing the loop of health data to have to have a better understanding of what normal or healthy means at the biochemical level.

How Leading Companies Build the Workforces They Need to Stay Ahead

The Harvard Business Review discusses how leading companies like Ford are utilizing technology and innovation to maintain a competitive advantage.

Agile Architecture
Is agile software development at odds with architecture? Matt Parker gives his take on the Pivotal Blog.

Spring One Platform

Blue-Skying Machine Learning in Retail and Fast Food, with Scott Truitt (Ep. 78)
When you tell Twitter you want a new piece of clothing, why doesn't the internet write back? Hear how Scott Truitt and his team solved this problem in just six weeks.

Containers Enable Consistent Deployment and Execution
Learn how containers offer a simpler way to achieve deployment and execution consistency as well as help improve development and operations (DevOps) team handoffs.

Asking Kids Questions About Technology

During this Back to School season, see what children of Pivots think about everything from microservices to what apps they would build.

Getting Hands-On with CQRS and Event Sourcing (Ep. 41)
In this week's episode, Jeff and Dormain are joined by Pivotal Senior Solutions Architect Ben Wilcock for a deep dive into building microservices applications using the command query responsibility segregation, or CQRS, architectural pattern, and event sourcing.
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