If you’re in the tech industry, please take a look at the neveragain.tech petition and consider adding your signature. It’s simply a pledge not to use our high-tech skills to repress or harass immigrants or members of any religion. I … Continue reading
Below is the presentation I gave at All things Open 2016. The goal was to give people a wider perspective when formulating their Internet of Things development strategies. IoT is still relatively new. There are many similarities between Agile and Systems development … Continue reading
IoT Continuous Engineering: Pitfalls and Solutions for Agile and Systems Developers. Continue reading
A quick evaluation of the value of the open source OpenWhisk versus other offerings. OpenWhisk is in beta, and it’s a way to rapidly execute microservices in a “serverless” configuration. It’s cheaper than classic cloud offerings and supposedly scales well.
Well, except for all that spaceflight and planetary exploration stuff. But this is pretty cool too. They’re great retro posters of “spaceflight tourism” that highlights discoveries made by NASA and other astronomical researchers.
I just came across the article ‘Syndromes’ Drive Coders Crazy – Business Insider. Interesting article about fear and dissatisfaction among high tech people based on the notion that as individuals we’re not good enough, and that “real programmers” do it for … Continue reading
Mostly we think that avoiding bugs is the result of a good brain. If there’s a bug, some programmer missed something. That’s certainly one source of bugs. But in my experience many, if not most bugs can also be traced … Continue reading
Juliet said “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Shakespeare was arguing (through Juliet’s dialog) that the names of things don’t matter. What matters is what a thing “is”. And what if someone points to a daisy and … Continue reading
I received a comment on an earlier post from Guido Schneider taking some exception to a Scrum example I used. His thoughtful response got me thinking, and the thinking turned my response to his comment into a whole blog post. … Continue reading
I work with CLM customers a lot and sometimes I encounter people struggling to adopt RTC. Once in a while the problem is with RTC – a bug, the rare difficult-to-use feature, etc. Once in a while it’s just a … Continue reading