Six Ways Low-Code Tackles the Never-Ending Skills Shortage

I attended a one-day DevOps conference in London last week. It was an enjoyable day – some good speakers on the podium and an intelligent and enlightened audience (from the questions they were asking at least). From the very first session, one of the most important challenges raised by the speakers and the audience was …

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Take Back Control of Your Application Backlog

Is it fair for the IT department to be characterized as the department known for always saying “No”? Not really, because it’s simply not true. However, let’s not let the truth get in the way of a good story. IT gets a bad rap because they want to do the right thing. Doing the right …

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Why is Software Application Development So Much Fun?

It has become a rather interesting question to ponder over the years: What has drawn so many people into this field? Various estimates peg the number of worldwide software developers at 20 million. My middle child (age 14) shows all the signs: he takes great delight in taking timeout from flashy distractions and video games …

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Brunswick Drops Open Source, Picks Up Development Speed

Recreational bowling centers have morphed from smoky old hangouts to state-of-the-art family entertainment centers. The transformation is continuous as centers work to strike the perfect balance between meeting the needs of loyal customers that live for weekly league play to attracting new patrons that crave a modern experience. Brunswick Bowling dominates the industry when it …

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