| September 10, 2014
Apple discriminates on the basis of handedness
| September 5, 2014
The results of many surveys cannot be expected to represent the opinions of any population other than the survey participants themselves.
| August 26, 2014
Is coolness your real business driver?
| August 21, 2014
The secret to corporate social media success is empowerment.
| August 12, 2014
Will the Internet of Things wither on the vine?
| August 8, 2014
Jason Bloomberg speaking on three different Agile Architecture-related topics over the next few weeks
| August 1, 2014
Simply telling a team to self-organize does not mean they have the ability to do so
| July 24, 2014
Focus on what’s really important to architect, such as your security, disaster recovery, and regulatory compliance.
| July 18, 2014
Making up new words for old concepts – or using old words for new concepts – goes on all the time
Well-planned technical debt is actually a good thing
We finally have a recipe for technology-supported innovation in even the stodgiest of enterprises
REST is rather vague about many of the specifics of its implementation
You must analyze the risks inherent in making the change under consideration as well as the risks of not making the change
| June 26, 2014
Once the SaaS vendors figure out how to offer full-fledged mass customization while maintaining a commoditized code base, enterprises won’t have to settle for any color as long as it’s black any more.
| June 25, 2014
It’s possible to solve the agility-killing software customization problem