DevOps is firmly in the mainstream today and it’s one of the key trends in software development to emerge recently. The genesis of DevOps comes from an increasing need for innovation on the systems side of technology work. In 2009 there were some important presentations about the developer/operations collaboration. On one of them Patrick Debois… Continue reading Innovate faster with DevOps
At all the times healthcare stands as one of the most challenging and pressing sectors of our society. Passed through centuries, wars, incurable diseases, and natural catastrophes, limit of food and water – all these things make us more perceptive to value our life more and give us everyday pressure to think how to improve… Continue reading How is e-learning useful in healthcare sector?
In IT world everybody knows what Dedicated Development Team approach implies. Right now take half a minute and try to describe your associations with DDT: Hmmm…5 developers… more?.. big project…half a year or longer… long negotiations…administrative formalities…we will start in a month?…Hmmm…maybe we are too small for this… That’s what most probably has come to… Continue reading New look of DDT approach. “Casual” style?
Time passes by but one of the oldest dilemma in IT keeps getting more complicated as new options emerge. Should you license a commercial enterprise application that looks like to meet 75 % of your needs? Or would it be better to build your own application that suits you as much as possible? Through years… Continue reading To build or not to build? Or buy or switch to SaaS…Almost Shakespearean question about IT applications
What I mean is both in respect to what a user can manage effectively and of course to what the system can manage … Some of us download apps like sugar-mad children let loose in a sweet store. But who can actually tell when do you cross the line from being an explorative app user… Continue reading How many apps is too many apps?