I challenge the Java Hackers, read on…. As you probably all know by now, I have joined ISIS Papyrus a while ago and last week i was reading the Papyrus Objects Developer Guide again and suddenly lightning hit me and
XML is net zo overschat als de Magnetron
Based on a discussion on Linkedin i have created a Dutch post on Computable on the premises of XML and if they came true. Feel free to leave a comment there.
The case against Flex-based application UIs
I have once in a while discussions with Jettro on Flex, Ajax and what we do at ISIS Papyrus with our Papyrus EYE user interface. Post on Adobe`s Flex attracks a lot of visitors to our blog. So, now I
What did 800 visitors a day bring to our blog and why we are going to pass the 1000!
Curious? No it was not (yet) the news on ISIS Papyrus, neither was it the fact I almost won the Pullitzer price (I have first to write sensible things) read on…
Defects, Lean Software Development, Offshore, oh my …
This blog item I have dedicated to zoom in on Bugs, a specific type of Waste (muda which is Toyta lexicon) aka DEFECTS as they have a huge effect on Productivity. But lets start with the Analysts and their magic
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
The REAL Cost of Offshoring
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.
The Optimist, the Pessimist and the Realist
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?