Some background before I get into the detail, I’ve been developing small, medium and large ‘shrink wrapped’ products for the past 12 years and before that I worked on large multi-million pound in house projects. Why do I give this background? Well it’s to set context in relation to this post from @Martijnlinssen where Martijn… Continue reading How to make Agile work for product development… It’s all about the people
Now this is what I call humour, for those like me old enough to remember, a modern day update of the "fork handles" sketch.. Brilliant!!!
If you’ve read any of my recent posts you might think that I’m not supportive of Cloud. Some have even insinuated that I might even be a detractor, deliberately trying to slow down the adoption of Cloud. Well, it’s time for me to come clean and state for the record that I’m actually pro Cloud,… Continue reading Technocrats put your soap box away and give the Cloud a chance
Is this the future, is this type of web store the provisioning model of the future, is Apple defining the future here? Apple has already changed the music landscape with iTunes and the iPod, they have changed the mobile landscape with the iPhone and they have changed they have unshackled workers from the office with… Continue reading Is this the future, is #Apple defining the future here??
I was intrigued to see over on Accountingweb a whole list of replies to what on the surface was a very simple question … “What is cloud Computing?” the rationale behind this question was also simple: Once we agree the definition of cloud computing, then we can have a more productive discussion in 2011! However,… Continue reading SaaS and Cloud… one in the same or completely different???
I lost count of the number of times I heard or read that intro during 2010, You can only be Cloud if you're a pure play SaaS application. You can only be Cloud if you run multitenant. You can only be Cloud if you run public cloud. You can only be Cloud if you’re application… Continue reading You can only come to my cloud party if…..
The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here's a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is on fire!. Crunchy numbers A helper monkey made this abstract painting, inspired by your stats. A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers.… Continue reading 2010 blog review