Pieter Hintjens has defined a new metaphor for software systems and organizations known as “Living Systems”, which will recognize and solve real problems faster, cheaper, and with more accuracy than Planned Systems.
How can you help your company navigate the DevOps path? Gordon Haff believes it takes strong sponsorship from management, but you also need to curate your approach to what fits in with your organization and company values.
For CIOs, the paradox at the heart of IT involves juggling the need to add more strategic value verses the importance of managing the IT infrastructure. Nigel Moulton shares his thoughts about the need to reclaim simplicity in IT.
Steve Naidamast is back with an opinion piece about the danger of technology’s “dark side”. Going back to the foundations that eventually led to current consequences of technological reliance, Naidamast explores present trends and their fallout.
Esoteric programming languages are often born out of entertaining side-projects and can be described in many ways: fun, fabulous and freaky. ArnoldC warrants only one description: Get your ass to Mars.
Full-blown applications programmed for your browser – that’s where it’s at, right now, says JAX London speaker Geertjan Wielenga in this sneak preview from the upcoming JAX Magazine issue.
Are your continuous integration and delivery efforts for documentation floundering? It might serve you well to read up on how OpenStack treat documents like code and implement a strategy to successfully merge and publish.
We often hear about the need to change the world, to change IT, to change our enterprises and our structures. But humans don’t act logically. And change isn’t something that can ever be promised or planned, especially in IT.
Software is more important than ever today and yet its commercial value is steadily declining. Microsoft, for instance, has seen its gross margins decrease for a decade, while startups and corporations alike are distributing free software that would have been worth millions a few years ago. Welcome to the software paradox.
Gartner have made a few predictions for the new few years…..