As first appeared on Tech Target’s IoT Agenda. With the expansion of the Internet of things, objects that were once “dumb” now have the capacity for “intelligence” and their capabilities are becoming integral in our everyday lives whether we like it or not. But what happens if those things can’t… Read More →
To maximize the benefits of collaboration, it’s important to have an open and sharing-oriented organizational culture. But this can be a chicken and egg situation: there can often be a need to show collaboration value in order to open up and spur more sharing, but openness and sharing is the… Read More →
As first appeared on Finextra. Known as the currency of the Internet, bitcoin—the distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money—has been dominating the news in recent times. However, now garnering just as many column inches is that of the digital currency’s underlying technology: Blockchain.
Hopefully you have made money with Bitcoin, and your life savings are safe from evil governments and corporations. No prying eyes, no third parties taking their cut, and no (or at least little) concerns about the unintended release of personal information. Simply submit a transaction into a global peer-to-peer network… Read More →
The world of integration is hybrid. Not only hybrid in the sense that you have on-premise and cloud-based applications, but also hybrid in the types of people that connect systems together or build something completely new. What really doesn’t change is the fact that people want to use the tools… Read More →
When you hear the term “less is more”, what comes to mind? Some people use that term when they refer to simplifying their lifestyle, some use it as a philosophy to describe their approach to cooking, and to others it can a reference to how they spend their leisure time.
In February 2017, I traveled to Pune, India to present the open source IoT project Flogo in front of 400 attendees at Gophercon. This event is the largest global conference series on the Go Programming Language. The conference had many great talks, which demonstrated why Go is used especially for building fast,… Read More →
“But this worked in my environment” … “I tested this I swear” … “You sure it is my code?” These are typical responses you hear from developers when something goes wrong in production. There really isn’t anything anyone can do besides either debugging directly in production, or rolling back and… Read More →
There are a lot of people hard at work building APIs who are rightfully focused on just getting the API right and not looking beyond that to what comes next. Well, what comes next is putting something in place to manage those APIs you just created, especially if you intend… Read More →
Have you ever been shopping for a car and wished you could drive it for a few weeks to give it a good shakeout before you bought it? After all, it’s a pretty big purchase and you’ll have to live with the consequences of your decision for a while, for… Read More →