This article is inspired from Pete O’Hanlon’s set of articles which advices about starting up your own company.
These articles can be found here:Going Solo – First Steps in Building a Successful Company Going Solo – First Steps in Building a Successful Company (Part II) Going Solo – First Steps in Building a Successful Company (Part IIA) [...]
The following 5 principles lay out the steps you should be following to make sure that your projects are completed on time and on budget, successfully.Principle 1: Communicate
40% of project managers cited poor communication as the leading cause of IT project failures. If everyone involved in your IT project doesn’t know what they’re working on, when it’s due, how to [...]
The Business Analyst (BA) is one of the key roles in any software development project. Many times it is their work which makes or breaks a software project.
But the job description of what a BA needs to do is a bit blurred as they ‘do not have a predefined and fixed role as they can take a shape in operations (technology architect or project management) scaling, [...]
11 Years after posting the original article, I feel the obligation to add the information I was missing at the time I posted it. Here you are:
“Real Programmers Don’t Use Pascal“ is an essay about computer programming written by Ed Post of Tektronix, Inc., and published in July 1983 as a letter to the [...]
After having found how to get the image corresponding to geographic coordinates (view article), I wanted to look at another interesting point about Google maps: the geocoder. A geocoder is a service that allows you to find the longitude and latitude corresponding to a place name. I know the name of my street and city, but to get the image I [...]