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Big Data: All Aboard the Information Bus

What is good for the short term is often not good for the long term. A simple example from baseball: As it became obvious that steroids enhanced performance, many ...
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The Myth of Start Up Costs

Conventional wisdom in the start-up community these days is that it has never been cheaper to start and build a company. It’s been written and re-written about, but I’ll ...
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Opinion: Performance Testing

Performance tuning an application is time consuming, and expensive. Useful tests often need dedicated hardware to run on. It’s specialised and time consuming to prepare the ground ...
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Trying to understand CAP

The CAP theorem, stated by Brewer and proved by Gilbert and Lynch specifies a property of distributed systems. It states that such a system cannot guarantee at the same time Consistency, ...
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Motivation, Creativity and Innovation

I am a strong believer in that every individual on this earth can be creative and that hard focused work beats natural talent in every way. Personally I get really inspired by observing ...
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Do Web 2.0 Companies Really Have The Best Technical Talent?

There are a lot of cool companies with products on the web that millions of people are using. I’ll wondered whether I should label them “web 2.0?, “silicon valley”, “cool ...
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Resign Patterns: Eliminate them with Agile practices and Quality Metrics

This blog post is inspired by the article titled Resign Patterns by Michael Duell. I’ve included all the original text from the above article but for each anti-pattern I mention (at ...
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An unambiguous software version scheme

When people talk about software versioning schemes they often refer to the commonly used X.Y.Z numerical scheme for versioning. This is often referred to major.minor.build, but these ...
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Provocateurs Gather the Best Requirements

Ask someone what they want, and they’ll tell you they want a faster horse. Provoke them, and they’ll tell you they have a ‘get there faster’ problem, an ‘equine waste disposal’ ...
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Technical Debt – when do you have to pay it off?

There are 2 times to think about technical debt:When you are building a system and making trade-off decisions between what can be done now and what will need to be done “sometime ...
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