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Category: IT Processes
A business person is asking an IT person to implement a blog using XYZ NoSQL database and the IT person pushes back, but by the way here's this business opportunity I thought of. Why is it wrong for a business person to ask for an IT solution, but OK for an IT person to suggest a business solution?
Over the last few months, something has been sticking me in the left side of my brain as it pertains to computing and the overall feel to where we are in computing. This came about in some great conversations during the recent MVP Summit and sparked th…
It has been two months since I posted my resolution for 2013, you can find that post here: Ah yes, those pesky resolutions. Today I decided to take a look at how I am doing. Read more technical books I only read one technical book so far, this book…
The technical sphere seems to have very mixed definitions for the terms "Quality" and "Quality Assurance". If "It ain't broke" is the highest measure of quality in your company, it may be time to recalibrate expectations.
I’ve been a Droid phone user for some time now and really, couldn’t have imagined using anything else. One of the things that is always important to me is, efficiency in work. That being said, Droid has always been quick to find what I need, actually…
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