Welcome to my corner of the web, where I keep notes on the business of developing software based solutions that collect data and turn it into intuitively actionable information.
The IT section covers the whole process of Application Development, among other topics.
The Glossary is an organised entry point to notes on industry technologies, protocols and products, and business terms one hears.
For information on building enterprise applications easliy, delve into the XActLib project documentation (although note that I'm in the process of moving the documentation that goes with it, off of BitBucket to here so it will be a bit disruptive for a while…sorry about that).
To take your time going over a presentation I have given, view it again on the Presentations page.
Or simply read the Blog: below to watch me faff about trying to find solutions to problems under lack of time, budget and your average IT duress.
A blog about the current moment…
Link to more entries: Errata, Life, Humour, etc.
He has been fed vitamins and filled with energies that are beyond the capacity of his intellect to discipline. He has been treated to forms of education which have released him from inhibitions. His body is vigorous. His mind is childish. His soul has been almost completely neglected.
His code is not his own; it is that of his class
the younger kids look like they could be the square roots of the biggest ones.
Totally agree that stress is the mother of invention:
When you’re on a rock ledge there’s a sweet spot of arousal and stress that opens you up for adaptive learning. You find new ways of solving problems.
To put it another way; after a lifetime of buying enough tickets to wallpaper a house, you're still 99.88 per cent guaranteed to lose.
My ducks are not in a row, they are wandering.
Dawn of a new era (defined by garbage, destruction, and extinction).
Dry .NET Blog
A blog about the latest code fragment that titillate me…
Link to more entries: NET Entries
The Traceability Perspective of a SAD is to trace deliverables to back business value.
"Quantity has a quality all its own."