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The Sunday Times No.1 Bestseller From the Bestselling Author of Bounce What links the Mercedes Formula One team with Google? What links Team Sky and the aviation industry? What connects James Dyson and David Beckham? They are all Black Box Thinkers. Black Box Thinking is a new approach to high performance, a means of finding an edge in a complex and fast-changing world. It is not just about sport, but has powerful implications for business and politics, as well as for parents and students. In other words, all of us. Drawing on a dizzying array of case studies and real-world examples, together with cutting-edge research on marginal gains, creativity and grit, Matthew Syed tells the inside story of how success really happens - and how we cannot grow unless we are prepared to learn from our mistakes.
In jedem Menschen schlummert ein Innovator. Und mit Unterstützung von Design Thinking kann jeder Mensch lernen, dieses Innovationspotenzial in sich freizusetzen. Große Unternehmen haben das bereits erkannt. Von AirBnB und Nike über Toyota und Lego bis hin zu Microsoft und Google - der agile Ansatz zur Problemlösung findet immer größere Verbreitung. Das ergibt auch Sinn, denn Design Thinking hilft dabei, Probleme aus Zielgruppensicht zu betrachten, schnelle sowie effektive Produkttests durchzuführen und spart dabei auch noch eine Menge Ressourcen. Großunternehmen leisten sich teure Berater und schulen ganze Abteilungen in Design Thinking. Wo aber können aufgeschlossene Mitarbeiter, Selbstständige oder mittelständische Unternehmer eine kompakte Anleitung zur Entwicklung von Innovationen finden? Hands on Design Thinking richtet sich an pragmatische Macher , die etwas bewirken wollen. Die Autoren erklären den Design-Thinking-Ansatz entlang eines konkreten Fallbeispiels: Von der Recherche bis zum Brainstorming, vom Auswerten relevanter Informationen bis zum Testen eines Prototyps schauen Sie einem Innovationsteam über die Schulter und erhalten damit einen detaillierten Einblick in den gesamten Prozess. Die beiliegenden Moderationskarten ermöglichen es Ihnen zudem, bahnbrechende Ideen zu entwickeln und umzusetzen, Innovationsteams zu leiten und einen signifikanten Mehrwert für sich selbst und die Gesellschaft zu schaffen. Es ist wie mit einem leckeren Kuchen: Niemand wird über Nacht zum Meister-Bäcker, aber man muss auch kein gelernter Konditor sein, um erste Erfolgserlebnisse in der Küche zu haben. Manchmal genügt schon ein gutes Rezept. Hands on Design Thinking gibt Ihnen das Know-how und die Werkzeuge an die Hand, mit denen Sie nach einer kurzen Einstiegslektüre direkt loslegen können.
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Testing at Google Scale Product Description 2012 Jolt Award finalist! Pioneering the Future of Software Test Do you need to get it right, too? Then, learn from Google . Legendary testing expert James Whittaker, until recently a Google testing leader, and two top Google experts reveal exactly how Google tests software, offering brand-new best practices you can use even if you?re not quite Google?s size? yet! Breakthrough Techniques You Can Actually Use Discover 100% practical, amazingly scalable techniques for analyzing risk and planning tests?thinking like real users?implementing exploratory, black box, white box, and acceptance testing?getting usable feedback?tracking issues?choosing and creating tools?testing ?Docs & Mocks,? interfaces, classes, modules, libraries, binaries, services, and infrastructure?reviewing code and refactoring?using test hooks, presubmit scripts, queues, continuous builds, and more. With these techniques, you can transform testing from a bottleneck into an accelerator ?and make your whole organization more productive! Features + Benefits Presents pioneering testing techniques that can help any company moving to the cloud Shows how to achieve web-level scale for integration and system testing Offers expert guidance on managing end-to-end testing, including superior automation strategies Foreword by Alberto Savoia xiii Foreword by Patrick Copeland xvii Preface xxiii Chapter 1: Introduction to Google Software Testing 1 Quality?Test 5 Roles 6 Organizational Structure 8 Crawl, Walk, Run 10 Types of Tests 12 Chapter 2: The Software Engineer in Test 15 The Life of an SET 17 Development and Test Workflow 17 Who Are These SETs Anyway? 22 The Early Phase of a Project 22 Team Structure 24 Design Docs 25 Interfaces and Protocols 27 Automation Planning 28 Testability 29 SET Workflow: An Example 32 Test Execution 40 Test Size Definitions 41 Use of Test Sizes in Shared Infrastructure 44 Benefits of Test Sizes 46 Test Runtime Requirements 48 Case 1: Change in Common Library 52 Test Certified 54 An Interview with the Founders of the Test Certified Program 57 Interviewing SETs 62 An Interview with Tool Developer Ted Mao 68 An Interview with Web Driver Creator Simon Stewart 70 Chapter 3: The Test Engineer 75 A User-Facing Test Role 75 The Life of a TE 76 Test Planning 79 Risk 97 Life of a Test Case 108 Life of a Bug 113 Recruiting TEs 127 Test Leadership at Google 134 Maintenance Mode Testing 137 Quality Bots Experiment 141 BITE Experiment 153 Google Test Analytics 163 Free Testing Workflow 169 External Vendors 173 An Interview with Google Docs TE Lindsay Webster 175 An Interview with YouTube TE Apple Chow 181 Chapter 4: The Test Engineering Manager 187 The Life of a TEM 187 Getting Projects and People 189 Impact 191 An Interview with Gmail TEM Ankit Mehta 193 An Interview with Android TEM Hung Dang 198 An Interview with Chrome TEM Joel Hynoski 202 The Test Engineering Director 206 An Interview with Search and Geo Test Director Shelton Mar 207 An Interview with Engineering Tools Director Ashish Kumar 211 An Interview with Google India Test Director Sujay Sahni 214 An Interview with Engineering Manager Brad Green 219 An Interview with James Whittaker 222 Chapter 5: Improving How Google Tests Software 229 Fatal Flaws in Google´s Process 229 The Future of the SET 231 The Future of the TE 233 The Future of the Test Director and Manager 234 The Future of Test Infrastructure 234 In Conclusion 235 Appendix A: Chrome OS Test Plan 237 Overview of Themes 237 Risk Analysis 238 Per-Build Baseline Testing 239 Per-LKG Day Testing 239 Per-Release Testing 239 Manual Versus Automation 240 Dev Versus Test Quality Focus 240 Release Channels 240 User Input 241 Test Case Repositories 241 Test Dashboarding 241 Virtualization 241 Performance 242 Stress, Long-Running, and Stability 242 Test Execution Framework (Autotest) 242 OEMs 242 Hardware Lab 242 E2E Farm Automation 243 Testing the Browser AppManager 243 Browser Testability 243 Hardware 244 Timeline 244 Primary Test Drivers 246 Relevant Documents 246 Appendix B: Test Tours for Chrome 247 The Shopping Tour 247 The Student Tour 248 Suggested Areas to Test 248 The International Calling Tour 249 Suggested Areas to Test 249 The Landmark Tour 249 Suggested Landmarks in Chrome 249 The All Nighter Tour 250 Suggested Areas to Test 250 The Artisan´s Tour 251 Tools in Chrome 251 The Bad Neighborhood Tour 251 Bad Neighborhoods in Chrome OS 251 The Personalization Tour 252 Ways to Customize
It is the Python version of ´´Data Structures and Algorithms Made Easy´´. Table of Contents: goo.gl/VLEUca Sample Chapter: goo.gl/8AEcYk Source Code: goo.gl/L8Xxdt The sample chapter should give you a very good idea of the quality and style of our book. In particular, be sure you are comfortable with the level and with our Python coding style. This book focuses on giving solutions for complex problems in data structures and algorithm. It even provides multiple solutions for a single problem, thus familiarizing readers with different possible approaches to the same problem. ´´Data Structure and Algorithmic Thinking with Python´´ is designed to give a jump-start to programmers, job hunters and those who are appearing for exams. All the code in this book are written in Python. It contains many programming puzzles that not only encourage analytical thinking, but also prepares readers for interviews. This book, with its focused and practical approach, can help readers quickly pick up the concepts and techniques for developing efficient and effective solutions to problems. Topics covered include: Organization of Chapters Introduction Recursion and Backtracking Linked Lists Stacks Queues Trees Priority Queues and Heaps Disjoint Sets ADT Graph Algorithms Sorting Searching Selection Algorithms [Medians] Symbol Tables Hashing String Algorithms Algorithms Design Techniques Greedy Algorithms Divide and Conquer Algorithms Dynamic Programming Complexity Classes Hacks on Bit-wise Programming Other Programming Questions
You are shrunk to the height of a penny and thrown in a blender. The blades start moving in sixty seconds. What do you do? If you want to work at Google, or any of the world´s top employers, you´ll need to have a convincing answer to this and countless other baffling puzzles. Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google? Reveals the new extreme interview questions in the postcrash, hypercompetitive job-market and uncovers the extraordinary lengths to which the best companies will go to find the right staff. Bestselling author William Poundstone guides readers through the surprising solutions to over a hundred of the most challenging conundrums used in interviews, as well as covering the importance of creative thinking, what your Facebook page says about you, and what really goes on inside the Googleplex. How will you fare?
What’s the question every business should be asking itself? According to Jeff Jarvis, it’s What Would Google Do? If you’re not thinking or acting like Google – the fastest-growing company in the history of the world – then you’re not going to survive, let alone prosper, in the Internet age. An indispensable manual for survival and success that asks the most important question today’s leaders, in any industry, can ask themselves: What would Google do? To demonstrate how to emulate Google, Jarvis lays out his laws of what he calls ´´the new Google century”, including such insights as: Think Distributed Become a Platform; Join the Post-Scarcity, Open-Source, Gift Economy; The Middleman Has Died; Your Worst Customers Are Your Best Friends and Your Best Customers Are Your Partners; Do What You Do Best; and Link to the Rest Get Out of the Way; Make Mistakes Well… and More. He applies these principles not just to emerging technologies and the Internet, but to other industries - telecommunications, airlines, television, government, healthcare, education, journalism, and yes, book publishing - showing ultimately what the world would look like if Google ran it. The result is an astonishing, mind-opening book that will change the way listeners ask questions and solve problems. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeff Jarvis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hcuk/000757/bk_hcuk_000757_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Who is McLaren´s greatest nemesis? What disappoints Ocado about their competitors? What wakes the Google brand up at 4 am? Why does Wimbledon sweat the small stuff?Wild Thinking will provide listeners with the confidence to run their business differently, through unique access to thinking from the most original organizations in business today.The most successful businesses in the world are singular in their goals, yet they express them in many different and creative ways, allowing them to own a space that´s distinctly theirs. This book provides access to previously untold stories of how brand leaders at some of the most interesting global businesses solve their biggest challenges.Including interviews with Google, Ocado, McLaren, Comic Relief, V&A, National Trust, Dropbox, and more, each chapter of Wild Thinking explores a different question about life and work, ending with a single-minded point of view to help you consider your business from a new perspective.It´s hard to keep up and stand out in constantly growing and changing markets. To succeed, you need absolute clarity about what your brand and business offers; it´s time to break the rules. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephen Perring. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/156151/bk_acx0_156151_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.