Following a trackback to your own blog entry can be interesting from time to time. Today, for instance, I was led to an interesting blog from quite some years ago on the sys-con site by Michael Yuan entitled “Is Ruby Replacing Java? – Not So Fast”. In his blog, Michael talks a bit about why [...]
Over the course of a number of different posts on Gridshore, I have mentioned a number of different ideas (mine as well as others’) that I was planning to introduce into my project and of which I promised to report the results. However, I fear that it has become impossible for me to do so, [...]
I needed of course a reason to write besides the 99 also the 101 Post.
So two inspirational moments to do so:
100 Posts on the Gridshore blog.That needs celebration. Every inspirational moment — well, 40 of them — you will ever need. The movie Human Assembly made by Bernhard Pucher of Iron Box Films, [...]
This is just a very short post about nothing. Well nothing, almost nothing. Thanks to the last posts of Freddie, this post is number 100 since we started using wordpress.
As a side note, today I upgraded to version 2.7. Very nice interface at the back-end.
Thanks guys for all the posts
This blog I wrote to share some of my insights on Distributed Software Development (Offshore, Nearshore, Rightshore, GRIDSHORE, whatevershore).
I will not go into cultural differences, intellectual differences, communication issues (human and technical), time and distance issues, etc.
Given the media-hype on the CRISIS I want you to take a minute to think and react on
the statement below.
“The optimist sees opportunity in every danger;
the pessimist sees danger in every Opportunity“
And the realist?
This is a short post, still I want to give it a little bit of attention. A while a go I have written an article about flex and security for Adobe. It is published on the developer network. If you want to read it, you can find it here : Integrating Flex, BlazeDS, and [...]
As you might have deduced from some of my previous blog entries, I work as a software engineer for a large consulting firm. That firm works on a project basis, in which personnel works at the client site rather than from a central office. As a result I have quite a bit of contact with [...]