Creating mobile apps is a program, not a project. You need to build more than one app to become mobile.
Many IT departments go on autopilot. They ask the business for requirements, develop use cases, and then select technologies that fit those requirements.
When the jury decision in the Apple v. Samsung trial was announced, I was expecting a rather somber response. Litigation never has a winner.
Everybody knows about IRS audits. Much less well understood are Oracle audits where the software behemoth comes into a company and – much as the IRS wields the proverbial fine-toothed comb to hunt for irregularities – Oracle uses its version of a fine-toothed comb to sift through a company’s software library and its licenses. Every piece of software is inspected, and so are the appropriate Oracle licenses and contracts.
Despite the overwhelming importance of data to business, too little attention is paid to benchmarks that demonstrate which databases and architectures are fastest.