Author’s note: Unlike my other posts so far, this is not going to be a technical article. So you can skip it if you like. 🙂 Or if you are an Apple fan with a weak heart…. For some reason,
More than 3 years have passed since I started writing blog items on http://www.gridshore.nl. The first post is dated the 11th of may 2005. This was about the time when I was still working for Capgemini and my colleague, coach
Picture yourself at a social gettogether of some general nature (i.e. not after work drinks with colleagues). For instance a friend’s birthday party. Now picture yourself in a conversation with some people you don’t know (other friends of your friend,
Over the past few days my thoughts have been drawn to what I think is a common problem (in addition to the ones identified by Freddie van Rijswijk in his recent blog) in establishing and participating in a SOA architecture:
Hi all,I do not know how many of you are a member of linked in. I have created a linked in group. I do not have the intention to create the largest network around. But I am curious about the
In my daily work, I am responsible for coaching and training of colleagues and co-workers with less experience. One of the primary issues I have to deal with is code quality. Of course, a developer will never deliberately produce bad
Well what shall I say, Jettro is not the only one that has changed. After three great years with Accenture, leading a group of 120 enthousiastic Java, EAI, ECM and SOA specialists I decided to follow my heart and took
Hai All, time for a news item completely different from most of the others. This time it is a personal blog item. For the last ten years I have been working for two big consultancy firms as a java consultant.