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The IT section covers the whole process of Application Development, among other topics.

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Blog

Or simply read the Blogs during my Pomodoro breaks between trying to find solutions to problems under lack of time, budget and your average IT duress.

Errata Blog

A blog about the current moment…

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Michelle said it best…basically:

NZ Government is always looking for short term wins: the election cycle is short, and Ministers have a hard time surviving without a project to unveil. So point solutions generally win over over consolidation projects that integrate information –- at least until there is a catastrophic failure. At which point a minister can swoop in as a launcher, as opposed to a deliver (sounds just as good). But that too has a risk: large projects go through different ministers, different project managers…and needs change…so by the time the Big Thing arrives, it no longer is a solution anyone needs.

2019/08/29 16:29 · skys

Business As Usual, in our unique way….

2019/08/08 12:17 · skys

Overheard (in my head):

“When we're talking about using common standards we're not talking about using our Standard Stupidity…”

2019/08/08 09:54 · skys

In total, Winegard estimates that mosquitoes have killed more people than any other single cause—fifty-two billion of us, nearly half of all humans who have ever lived. He calls them “our apex predator,” “the destroyer of worlds,” and “the ultimate agent of historical change.”

Src: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/08/05/how-mosquitoes-changed-everything

2019/08/05 15:44 · skys

What we just heard was:

“We've gone out to market for Requirements…“

2019/08/05 13:45 · skys

Dry .NET Blog

A blog about the latest code fragment that titillate me…

Link to more entries: NET Entries

“A frightened dog barks louder”

Src: kim-jong-un (regarding Trump).

2018/07/19 17:49

class MonkeyPoo extends Exception {}; ... throw new MonkeyPoo();

2018/07/19 17:49