39 Days Later the New Design is "Done"

I’ve been working on a redesign for DogeHouse and its finally live.

https://dogehouse.tv/
https://github.com/benawad/dogehouse

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39 Days Later the New Design is "Done"

39 Days Later the New Design is "Done"

I’ve been working on a redesign for DogeHouse and its finally live.

https://dogehouse.tv/
https://github.com/benawad/dogehouse

#developer

Chet  Lubowitz

Chet Lubowitz

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Jobs to Be Done — a Framework for Product Managers

In my previous post Adopting a Product Mindset, I have explained that Product Managers (PM) were outcome-driven people. I have provided a few tips to help them make good decisions and eventually maximize their chances to reach their outcome.
I will now lay my attention on the customer themself, and explain why it is so important to understand the context and motivation(s) that lie behind our customers’ endeavors, in order to make good decisions.

#startup #design-thinking #product-design #work #product-management

Daisy Rees

Daisy Rees

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Design pattern to use when multiple calls to the webservices are done

I am developing a microservice which calls 4 different soap webservices one after the other and response of each soap service is fed as the input request to the subsequent soap webservice. The scenario is explained as below:

micrservice
|------------------> soap service 1
       if(soap_Service1_Response.indicator is 1)
        {
                 call soap webservice 2(responseOfsoapService1)
         }
        else if(soap_Service1_Response.indicator is 2)
        {
                call soap webservice 3(responseOfsoapService2)
        }
         ........and so on.

Which design pattern to use in this scenario so that multiple if and else need not to be written? Thanks in advance

#java #rest #web-service #design-pattern

David mr

David mr

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Daron  Moore

Daron Moore

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Data Visualization Done the Right Way With Tableau — Pie and Donut Chart

Tim O’Brien once said, “Storytelling is the essential human activity. The harder the situation, the more essential it is.” This applies to everything in life, especially data.

Data is just a collection of numbers until it is turned into a story. Showing reports and dashboards can be overwhelming without adding a narrative to the data. Visualization gives you answers to questions you didn’t know you had. Facts tell, stories sell.

In the previous article, we discovered Packed Bubble Charts and the wonders that can be done with it. We learnt how Data analysts have industry tools like Tableau at their disposal for helping them in creation of artistic representations of data. Using this, analysts don’t have to be artists.

Striking a balance between art and science is a skill in itself. Today we are going to create graphs that make sense, use it in visualizations that scream Innovative, shows patterns, draws conclusions, and weave them into compelling stories.

🍩 Pie Chart uses radial slices to show relatives sizes of data i.e. the arc length/sector area is proportional to the quantity it represents. This is one chart everybody is more than familiar with.

Many have also been mocked for using this chart. But there’s a reason it’s still one of the heavily used charts, isn’t it? 😉 The argument most of these anti-Pie Chart folks present that can be agreed upon is that it’s not the most precise. One thing that cannot be stressed on enough is to not use this chart if there are lots of quantities/slices. It becomes very hard for the eye to distinguish the relativity of size between each section. Labels cannot be marked efficiently. The meaning is lost.

Keeping this in check, let’s move forward. The Pie and Donut/Doughnut charts are going to be explored with the Winter Olympics Dataset. The first step to telling any good story is to study and understand the context efficiently. Understanding the dataset thoroughly is of utmost importance. This dataset is taken from — https://data.world/makeovermonday/2018w7-the-winter-olympics

#design #tableau #donut-chart #data-science #data-visualization