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Software teams

Software teams

This is my first post from the board of an airplane but I believe there is a first for everything. Today I want to talk about software teams, how should they work in a productive manner, how to measure team success and a little bit about conflicts. I have been […]

November 20, 20170 commentsRead More
The ugly truth

The ugly truth

The truth is always a risky business. Nobody likes an ugly truth but that’s mainly because they don’t know how to take criticism constructively. Most people like to surround themselves with people who tell them how great they are, how they’ve done a great job and be in a bubble […]

November 18, 20170 commentsRead More
Making a mark

Making a mark

Making a mark is so important in our lives, be it in our personal lives, in our circle of friends, at school, at the workplace or if you’re thinking big, the entire human race. We all want to be appreciated for who we truly are, but inside we are afraid, […]

November 1, 20170 commentsRead More
Leadership or the lack thereof

Leadership or the lack thereof

Leadership is a skill. It is not something that can be granted, appointed or awarded by others. It is not something that is tied to a position or a role and as any other skill it can be mastered in time. What is truly worrisome is that most people confuse […]

September 23, 20170 commentsRead More
Politics in technology

Politics in technology

Politics: The activities associated with the governance of a country or area, especially the debate between parties having power. This is not an article on software development as you might expect but rather touches on some of the subtleties that are affecting from as high as technology choices to as […]

September 22, 20170 commentsRead More
Cloud First: AWS

Cloud First: AWS

  AWS (Amazon Web Services) is one of the biggest cloud providers along with Microsoft Azure with data centers across the globe. They provide a mixture of IaaS (infrastructure as a service) and PaaS (platform as a service). Their offerings include a large number of services that can easily replace […]

Javascript garbage collection scheduling

Javascript garbage collection scheduling

Google’s Chrome web browser strives to deliver a smooth user experience. An animation will update the screen at 60FPS (frames per second), giving Chrome approximately 16.6 milliseconds to perform the update. Within these 16.6ms, all input events have to be processed, all animations have to be performed, and finally the frame […]

October 17, 20160 comments
Bringing Holography to Light

Bringing Holography to Light

In recent months, one company after another has come out with products that appear to create holograms, but according to optics experts, most do not use true holography to create their three-dimensional (3D) effects. – ACM october issue.

October 16, 20160 comments
Node.js: Promises vs Callbacks

Node.js: Promises vs Callbacks

If you know a thing or two about node.js is that it’s an asynchronous event-driven environment that some love and some hate. Node’s approach to asynchronous operations is very different from what you might be used to from languages such as C# or Java where you have threads and everything […]

October 15, 20160 commentsRead More
The power of social media

The power of social media

  After a long time I come back and post here. I’ve been otherwise busy with some other projects including myself. I was also travelling a lot in the last couple of months [I will come back later with some posts about that]. And yes I still owe you an […]

June 30, 20160 commentsRead More
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