James Duncan keynote at the O’Reilly Velocity Conference in Amsterdam 2016

James Duncan says the gap between practitioners and the bleeding edge of technology has never been wider, and that gap is largely caused by cultural problems.

By James Duncan
November 7, 2016
Mind the gap. Mind the gap. (source: Pawel Loj on Flickr)

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