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March 21, 2013
Sometimes in projects happens that there are various stages and each stage needs its own configuration and also there are few common configurations too. These stages can be like these items:
Frost & Sullivan
For today's CIO, keeping a global enterprise functioning at a high-level, requires understanding the differences between information and knowledge, as well as how to approach today's knowledge worker.
February 9, 2013
In my humble opinion, basically what software developers are demanding is: Knowledge-Based Organizations and what issue they are facing in different companies is: There are too many rules which are having a root to blue collar working environments.
Management Innovation eXchangeJanuary 6, 2013
These summarize has been gathered from Retaining Employees by Harvard Business Press.
Java LobbyDecember 26, 2012
In our firm, we had a use case to process some main frame generated files. In this post I would like to describe how we implemented the use case by utilizing Spring Batch.
management exchangeDecember 1, 2012
I believe architecture is resemblance of culture and discipline of either organization or architect.
management exchangeNovember 5, 2012
I have heard around always knowledge workers need special type of attention compare to blue collar jobs. On the other side, I have been seen a behavior among organizational leaders that they would like to focus and address issues like pushing working hours, lack of trust in employees on their task and etc which leads them to a micro-level management as well as coming up with strategies which are more relevant to blue collar workers.
Java LobbyOctober 26, 2012
In this quick tip, I would like to share some simple code on how to use spring and ehcache by consuming following annotations:
management exchangeJuly 4, 2012
After a decade of working in IT business, I noticed among organizations and its members there are always same complain which I believe ends up in such comparison: Favouritism vs. Expertism. It has been always a extremely challenging decision to be made by IT managers, to pick who as a technical decision makers. I think there are few ways of making such kind of decisions such as Favouritism or Expertism.
management exchangeMay 9, 2012
I just finished another reading from my book stack. It is called The will of Power(German: "Der Wille zur Macht") by Friedrich Nietzsche. It was really an awesome book but quite complicated in my poor English knowledge. It is talking about European nihilism, highest values hitherto of his time such as critique of religion, critique of morality, and critique of philosophy. Then he is talking about his new perspective to the will of power as knowledge. Finally in the last part, he is talking about discipline and breeding.
Since there are many methodologies, the first challenge faced by analysts is to select which methodology to use. Choosing a methodology is not simple, because no one methodology is always best (if it were, we’d simply use it everywhere!). Many organizations have standards and policies to guide the choice of methodology. You will find that organizations range from having one “approved” methodology, to having several methodology options, to having no formal policies at all.
Nowadays there are huge discussions on different software architecture approaches, and the most well-known one is Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Existence of legacy applications as unwieldy weapons impact the technologies in a way that integration frameworks had been in the battle of consumers. A seismic architecture and technology in some businesses elevated sense of urgency; one of these businesses is core banking. Core banking is dissipating hence using service orientation in related applications is not a choice.
SOA WorldMarch 2008
Service orientation is one of the most popular trends of these recent years, but there are not any metrics on it. Hence you can not consume SOA in a project with a specific measuring. On the other side, Unified Process (especially RUP) has powerful abilities on such developments. In our discussion Chris Shayan is going to demonstrate that we can combine SOA and RUP with each other and finally make a Service Oriented Unified Process.