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Does Your Company Need Voice-Enabled Technology? – Part 1

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In the era of Siri and Alexa, is it important to keep up with trends by enabling voice-activated options for your users or should your efforts be directed elsewhere? With the mass popularity of Amazon's, Google's and Apple's virtual assistants, the demand for systems that allow users to interact with an interface through voice commands is skyrocket...
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PSL at PyCon Colombia 2019

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The great minds and players of Python came together this past weekend in Bogotá, Colombia for three days of talks, workshops, and learning. Our team, of course, was there to join in all the fun.   This past weekend, a few PSL employees attended the third annual version of PyCon Colombia, the country's national Python conference. The event, hel...
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PSL's Daily Standup with Soledad García

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Knowledge resides within the team, problems are resolved as a team, and meeting a goal is everyone's responsibility. And, I prefer it, because I don't feel alone when facing an issue. — Soledad García, Business Analyst at PSL Once again, we want to highlight some of the outstanding individuals that make PSL the people-focused, purpose-driven organi...
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PSL's Daily Standup with Juan Ruiz

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In one year, I've faced so many challenges and done so many things I never envisioned myself doing. I wasn't given the opportunity to do these things in other places, but at PSL, I feel like the sky's the limit.   — Juan Ruiz, DevOps Champion at PSL The PSL community is made up of wonderful, smart, highly driven, and creative professionals; th...
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AI & Accuracy: How to Keep Systems Honest

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Earlier this year, Stanford and Google found that a machine learning agent designed to transform aerial images into street maps and back was cheating . Turns out it was hiding information it would later need in an almost undetectable high-frequency signal that developers didn't immediately catch, and was only suspected because the results seemed a ...
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Using Machine Learning to Detect Anomalies in Performance Engineering

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We depend on large scale systems. Google, Facebook, and Amazon are just a few examples of data centers made up of thousands of machines running complex software applications. Making sure they run smoothly requires high availability, responsiveness, and close monitoring—a task that's become even more critical in recent years. With the processing for...
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PSL's Daily Standup with Karen Ramirez

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Sometimes people are afraid to leave their jobs and make a change, but if you don't leave that comfort zone, you are always going to have the same knowledge. For those in technology careers, you cannot allow yourself to avoid learning or leaving your comfort zone. — Karen Ramirez, Performance Engineer at PSL   PSL values its employees and thei...
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PSL's Daily Standup with Gustavo Arroyave

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 I've come to realize that the challenges are here at PSL. Most importantly, I identify myself with the company culture - we are aligned. — Gustavo Arroyave, Scrum Master at PSL PSL values its employees and their personal and professional goals. Part of our ethos dictates we help our workers grow and advance in their careers, which is why we e...
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