“Humans became behaviourally modern the moment they committed to storing abstract information outside their brains.” —Lyn Wadley
We often bridge the gaps that exist between teams and stakeholders involved in the success or failure of a system or project. Because of this, information is hitting us from every direction. How we capture, organize, distill, and express this information is critical to our own success or failure.
Unfortunately, while excellent at abstract thinking, our brains are equally terrible at random recall. What we need is a second brain that excels at providing us with the right information at the right time. In this session, we're going to learn Digital Knowledge Management workflows and tools that will help us build and use that second brain. We begin with personal knowledge management and build to linking, sharing, and extending our "Second Brain" with DKM practices for teams.
Michael Carducci is a hands-on software architect, consultant, entrepreneur, entertainer, and speaker with a reputation for doing the impossible. He is the author of the forthcoming book, "Mastering Software Architecture" and founder of Architecture Artesian. Currently, Michael spends his days as a hands-on software architect, helping invent the next generation of information systems.In addition t...