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“What’s old is new again.”

Time flies, bells ring, and once again, it’s the New Year, but some things always stay classy and “age like fine wine”. Of course, we’re talking about Java Trends.What else could it be? 😊
If we take a closer look at the tech world, Java immediately comes to mind as an example of this phenomenon.
Do you want to find out what to expect at the start of the new decade? Will it be a fresh start, or will we stick to our roots? Let’s look at the latest trends in Java!

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Java Programming: Once a Rock Star, Always on Top
Looking back at the history of programming languages, Java has always had a special place in the hearts of back-end developers.
Most of them enjoy Java programming because of its simplicity, platform independence, security, range of available resources, and other features. These advantages significantly contributed to Java’s popularity—there are now more than 7 million Java developers worldwide.
Every year, StackOverflow releases its Developer Survey for tech enthusiasts all around the world. Looking back at the results from 2019 and previous years, one thing is clear – Java is always a Top 5 Most Popular Technology.
 
New Decade, New Java Trends.
The tech world shows no signs of stopping, so we suggest you closely watch these latest trends in Java to keep up with it.
We know that you hold Java 8 dear to your heart, but it’s time to move to Java 11. Very soon, Oracle will no longer support Java 8, so it’s up to you to download and install newly added features and encourage your team to take this step now (if you haven’t already done it). And remember, in 2020, Java 14 will be knocking at our doors.

Keeping Up with DevOps (Docker or Jenkins)

By 2022 the DevOps market will reach $6.6 billion, so it’s fair to say that DevOps practices and technologies will shape the tech market. Are you eager to have faster and more efficient deployments? If so, applying automation should be on your agenda.
Have you made your New Year’s resolutions? Well, I’ll lend you a hand and add one more item to your list. Trust me; you’ll thank me later! Many companies have already started migrating SVN and CVS projects to Git, so it’s about time for everyone who takes Java programming seriously to start mastering Git.
You’ve probably already been using the Spring Framework, and are familiar with its basic concepts. Now is the time to upgrade your Spring Framework skills. In the last couple of years, there have been some important releases for Spring, Spring Boot, and Spring Security. Today, it seems that everyone is obsessed with leveraging the Cloud for development. When it comes to the Cloud, Microservice architecture has a special place in the Java programming equation.

Tried and Tested: Powerful Java Tools

When it comes to separating the beginners from experienced professionals, automation testing skills make a difference. For any project, it’s beneficial to have a developer who can write unit tests and has a deep understanding of various unit testing frameworks, libraries, and tools: Junit, NUnit, TestNG, Jmockit, EMMA, Selenium, REST-Assured, Spock framework, and others.

Big Data and Java: A Match Made in Heaven

Java developers have access to a wide range of open-source big data tools: Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, Apache Mahout, Java JFreechart, Deeplearning4j, and many more. Most Java developers can easily take on a new big data tool since it’s like learning a new API, plus some of the core modules of big data tools are written in Java.
 
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January 21, 2020 • Events, Retail, Top Stories
Predictive Insights has signed on as a bronze sponsor for the Digital Retail Forum 2020 that is slated to take place on the 29th January 2020, at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg. Predictive Insights, a product development studio that uses AI and machine learning to improve their clients’ products, services and strategy through the thoughtful use of data science, machine learning, and behavioural and organizational insights will be sharing their retail technology solutions at the summit. 

With a footprint that spans throughout Africa, the Middle East, the Indian sub-continent and the United Kingdom, boasting clients in corporate, start-ups and SMEs across the restaurant, food processing, retail and financial services sectors, as well as NGOs, government and quasi-government organisations. Predictive Insights core range of products include models which help with personalized staff scheduling, stock optimization, demand forecasting, online lead generation and advertising optimization. 
DRF 2020 will be under the theme “Digital Disruption in Retail: Apocalypse or Revolution”, and will focus on how businesses can harness digital technology in order to achieve next-level customer centred retailing. The conference will unite local and international retail decision-makers as well as heads of innovation and strategy.
How to participate:
Join as an attendee: Learn from some of the most powerful brands, mavericks and visionaries that are setting the pace for change and driving disruption in retail.
Join as a speaker: Showcase your thought-leadership. Share your insights and experience. Shape solutions to critical business challenges.
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For those looking for maximum exposure, our sponsorship and exhibition packages offer a great opportunity to showcase your brand, speak and present your solutions to a select audience. Packages are available for all budgets, but spots are limited.
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Actioning insights from trusted data – Digital & Disruption – Software- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Australia has famously enjoyed almost 30 years without an economic recession, and Vivek Pradhan thinks that presents a unique data challenge for the nation’s banks.
Pradhan is a Partner at KPMG who specialises in helping organisations to unlock new value from large-scale data platforms, and building digital solutions. His work contributes to KPMG’s Digital Delta team, which focuses on digital transformation.
To outline his theory of a strong economy being challenging for banks, Pradhan explains that “One of the things a retail bank does is build and train credit risk models to ensure they reserve enough capital to allow for bad debt. To do that they have risk models that look at historical data around delinquency and defaulting on credit cards and other data to help them make that decision.”
But with Australia’s last recession ending in 1991, Pradhan worries that “Banks’ ability to build  risk models that are stress tested is limited to a certain extent, because the dataset is not representative.” There just aren’t enough lean years in their records to help them predict the impact of a downturn.
Yet banks have it relatively easy because they naturally collect a lot of data about their customers’ finances. Pradhan therefore thinks organisations face bigger obstacles to gathering trustworthy data and putting it to work deriving actionable insights.
“I think there’s still a huge challenge for most large organisations to create the necessary capability for a data-driven culture,” he says.
One aspect of that challenge is ensuring workers become more “data-literate” and learn data interpretation skills, rather than concentrate them in IT departments or specialist pockets.
“This is not the skill set of a statistician or a data scientist,” Pradhan says. “It’s more about using the data available to tell a story from a set of data points over a period of time. It’s not about having great math skills.”
Being willing to set aside other skills can also be important.
Pradhan relates the story of an organisation that wished to improve its sales and marketing function, but at which senior management had built careers on decisions made largely by instincts honed over many years of hands-on work on the factory floor. “It’s hard to transform that mindset to look at how specific individuals make decisions,” he says.
If an organisation can get this right, he thinks they can reap the benefit of automating routine tasks and freeing people to do more abstract and important work that requires human skills.
But none of the above changes are possible, or can deliver impactful results, without good data.
“You must have a trusted, curated dataset, able to feed that into training the models, and be confident that that those the training data sets are representative of a real world data set,” he says.
And generating that’s as much an ethical challenge as it is an organisational concern.
“I think lots of organizations have the view that if you have a diverse cohort of people tasked with designing automation systems, you’re less likely to put in intrinsic bias,” Pradhan says. “That’s true to a certain extent, but it takes a lot more than just a diverse workforce.”
Others have also raised concerns about ethics.
In early 2019 the Federal Department of Industry, Innovation and Science published a national AI ethics framework and accompanying AI ethics principles.
CSIRO Research Scientist Emma Schleiger and Data 61 Senior Principal Scientist, Strategy and Foresight, Stefan Hajkowicz, contributed to those documents’ development. Schleiger and Hajkowicz called for “particular attention to ensure the ‘training data’ is free from bias or characteristics which may cause the algorithm to behave unfairly.” Without that care, the pair worried about “unfair discrimination against individuals, communities or groups.”
“There is a pressing need to examine the effects that AI has on the vulnerable and on minority groups, making sure we protect these individuals and communities from bias, discrimination and exploitation,” the pair wrote.
Some commentary on the draft ethics framework pointed out that data-driven services sometimes circumvent established checks and balances.
Free TV Australia, which represents Australia’s free-to-air television broadcasters, pointed out (pdf) that its Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice requires broadcasters to “present factual information accurately” and that “news programs be presented fairly and impartially.”
But the organisation points out that Google and Facebook use AI and data-driven techniques to choose what news to present their readers, and have no obligation to be fair or impartial. Nor are social networks regulated.
Software giant Salesforce’s Senior Director of Government Affairs & Public Policy for APAC and Japan Sassoon Grigorian responded to the framework by suggesting the extra step of an “Australian national advisory council on ethics and AI” featuring “members representing a mix of sectors including business, not-for-profit, academic and government, and a diverse range of backgrounds that reflect community diversity. It should also not be limited to technologists, including human rights advocates, ethicists, economists and community members.” Grirgorian also suggested (pdf) that businesses need similar in-house councils.
Tempemail Australia Bank called (pdf) for AI at scale to be considered, because “the complexity of AI, including the ingesting of and learning from data, is often manageable during pilots and isolated use cases, however ‘becomes exponentially more difficult to address’ when AI systems interact and build on each other.”
The Bank, together with Microsoft, Telstra and the Commonwealth Bank, have since signed up to test the AI ethics principles.
KPMG’s Pradhan welcomes the ethics conversation, because he feels that trust is essential if data-driven decision making is to be accepted by Australian businesses and their customers. And today, he feels that more work is needed to build trust.
 “There are a lot of AI experiments that haven’t been operationalised,” he says. “It’s one thing to have a data scientist to then build a model, it’s entirely another to actually put that model into an operational context and have it drive decisions.”
“I don’t think that a lot of organisations are at that point yet where they’re able to operationalize machine learning and automation capabilities.”
“The underlying technology and infrastructure that you need to operate are still developing,” he says. “I think it comes back to a combination of skills and but also having trust in the data, the decisions that come out and how to actually create trust.
“When we can do that, we’ll inspire trust too.”

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Debbie Morrison: building relationships, sharing insights and strengthening bonds- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

It’s now a year since I took my first commercial role in 30 years, moving from ISBA to Ebiquity to run global partnerships and events. Before I made the switch, I was naturally a little apprehensive about what the change would mean for what I do and how I do it. But 12 months in, I’ve noticed far more parallels and similarities than differences, despite the very different commercial imperatives of a membership organisation and a consultancy.
Looking out with optimism at the start of 2020, I wanted to share three of the most important things I’ve learned through experience in the past year, a year that’s been dominated by the central themes of generosity, mutuality, and relationship building.
Share that wisdom
When peers come together to share knowledge and experiences generously, they can help one another understand that they’re not alone in the challenges they face. By parking egos and competition at the door, they can learn from one another about how to deal with emerging trends. Sharing builds relationships; it creates and strengthens bonds. It also empowers members of the group to share the kinds of insights that can make an ecosystem better for everyone.
Last year, I helped to establish an Ebiquity Media Management Procurement Group, bringing marketing procurement specialists together to look specifically at the issues that dominate procurement of media today. By creating a permanent forum that allows brand owners to come together, learn from each other’s deep perspectives, and share information and experiences, we’ve established an informal grouping with close ties to ISBA and WFA. So far, it’s brought together 120 advertisers. We are now spreading this template across five major European markets – the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain – and into the emerging powerhouse of the Middle East. This approach has sensitised many advertisers to know what behaviours and actions from different players in the ecosystem mean and what they can do about them.
Make listening a priority
Getting time in busy marketers’ diaries is next-to-impossible without meaningful return and exchange on all sides. Early last year, we also established a new client council at Ebiquity. This select grouping of 20 of our most influential global and local customers again provides a sage forum in which we openly discuss the issues that are keeping the industry awake, free from competitive concerns – just as I experienced many times with committees and working groups at ISBA. The advice that comes from this council – about everything from proposed new products and services to topics for thought leadership – is invaluable. Some of the smartest brains in modern marketing help to shape and co-create our output. Leaving egos and competition at the door is to everyone’s advantage.
During our twice-yearly meetings, I’ll often interview our clients – on camera – because they are genuine thought leaders in the field. Some of this content we share just with council members, others more broadly.
Be generous with your thought leadership
The spirit of collaboration and partnership has to be a two-way street, and sharing thought leadership content to trigger and stimulate debate was always a key part of my role and philosophy in trade association days. That’s a major role that industry bodies can play. But it’s also a role that we’ve embraced wholeheartedly at Ebiquity, in part – of course – to build our profile and reputation, to generate and share points of view. But in part, equally, to provide our clients and the marketing ecosystem more broadly with a growing and dynamic library of opinion pieces on the issues that matter to the industry.
Thanks to our procurement forum and client council, we have an inside track on what’s keeping marketers awake and where they need guidance – and quite often just the facts. There’s little point creating content and then jealously protecting it with a firewall to keep those who are interested out. If you’re going to develop something of value, our philosophy is to share it broadly.
Among the most widely-read publications we produced last year were: an innovative research paper titled TV at The Tipping Point, a new, evidence-based assessment of what’s happening to TV viewing and how this will shape the effectiveness of TV advertising in the medium-term future; the Ebiquity Media Model, a new framework to help CMOs make sense of media management; and, a provocative Viewpoint paper titled The end of the golden ratio in planning marketing investment. This paper shows brands why – in the increasingly complex, ever-more digital media and marketing ecosystem – 80/20 golden ratios of working vs non-working media have had their day. At a time when CMOs are spending almost as much on customer experience as they are on media, brands need smarter approaches for optimal budget allocation.
My first year in my new role at Ebiquity – a new role for the business, too – has been dominated by three things: building relationships, sharing intelligence, and strengthening bonds. There’s a virtuous cycle that comes from sharing, openness, and generosity of spirit. I’d observed and worked with these characteristics through my time in trade association land. What’s so gratifying is that these same principles and approaches apply every bit as much in my new role as they did before. It works in formal partnerships with other associations, including the ANA, ISBA, and the WFA. And it works with the world’s leading advertisers too. I can’t wait to get my teeth into 2020.
Debbie Morrison is managing director of global partnerships and events at Ebiquity.

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Orchestrating data to create business insights: Saurabh Sanghoee, Head of Global Solutions and Services, India, Orange Business Services | TechSenate- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

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SEO Trends For 2020: Insights From Top Professionals – Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

It’s that time of year where we should take a look at what lies ahead for SEO in 2020. What strategies and tactics will work? What will help businesses dominate the SERPs and earn more revenue? 
Our friends at SEJ asked 58 of today’s top SEO professionals and here are the top 10 SEO trends for 2020:

BERT and user-focused optimisation
Hight-quality optimised content
E-A-T (Expertise, Authoritativeness and Trustworthiness) and your unfair advantage
UX (user experience) and technical SEO
Mobile SEO
Structured data
Entity and knowledge graph optimisation
Link building and brand building
Focus on visibility, not just blue links
Programming

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