The soft stuff is the hard stuff, everyone knows that. Looking at IT projects I've seen personally / learned some details from people I trust, majority of ones that have failed, did so due to reasons absolutely not related to technology, but social interactions and communication. If you work with people
Few days ago, someone send me the link to short post attributed to Meryl Streep: https://ioadicaeu.wordpress.com/2014/07/31/i-no-longer-have-patience/ In the end it appears that the actual author was a guy named José Micard Teixeira. Who is he? I have no clue. What caused the mistake?
I love the direction on-line services are going towards: instead of "buying" an access to a digital item "forever", in many cases it's possible to go for a pay-per-use / rent for the limited period of time model. It seems to make a lot of sense, especially if you think a
I'm a hopeless case of a typical bookworm - I don't read books, I just devour them. Fiction, non-fiction, tech: everything. In general people in the industry acknowledge the fact that we're supposed to keep learning or we're out of business (and books can help a lot here), but I