The DevOps Drumbeat: Rethinking the Iron Triangle

What it means to build quality software has taken a beating over the years. We’re no longer content to strive for defect-free code. We must also […]

Beware the Dangers of Bimodal IT

Many traditional IT executives, reinvigorated and rejuvenated after attending last week’s Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, are now breathing a huge sigh of relief. They had been […]

All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray

Jason Bloomberg’s new Bloomberg Agile Architecture is a great new example of practical, adaptable, and flexible applied enterprise architecture.  This new technique differentiates itself from the […]

Adventures in Digital Real-Time Wonderland

In last week’s Forbes article I discussed various senses of the term real-time: low latency user interfaces, up-to-date information, live human interactions, and high-performance data processing […]