Weekend Musings: Brief Brilliance for Your Saturday (April 20)

Here is a quick run down of some stories that I found interesting during the week.

The analysis behind small experiments in product discovery More often there will be experimentation, change and the need for flexibility. Frameworks like Dual Track Agile from Marty Cagan’s book “Inspired” influenced organizations to split their efforts into product discovery and delivery. The Discovery track is all about quickly generating validated product backlog items, and the Delivery track is all about generating releasable software.

Broadcom changes VMware pricing amid customer backlash and EU questioning President and CEO Hock Tan made an appeal to customers and partners of the former virtualization software provider in an effort to stave off criticism.

AMD and Nvidia unveil new processors for AI PCs Computer chipmakers Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Nvidia Corp. are stepping up their game amid a growing frenzy for so-called AI personal computers, which are a new generation of PC that can run artificial intelligence workloads on device.

Intel, RedHat, and others join hands for Open Platform for Enterprise AI The Open Platform for Enterprise AI will spearhead the development of open, robust, multi-provider, and composable GenAI systems that are flexible, scalable, and enterprise-grade.

8 big announcements at Intel Vision 2024 Intel unveiled the next step of its plan to fight Nvidia, AMD and other rivals with several upcoming chips and products for AI and other workloads across data centers, PCs and edge environments at this month’s Intel Vision 2024 event.