Low Code

September 19th, 2022, by
Why do you keep Ignoring ’Intelligent No-Code Quality Automation’?

This blog will focus on business pre-requisites, maturity, approach, framework, methodology, and processing of INCQA – i.e. to ensuring the business’ right platform/tools acquisition and successful implementation and operations.

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August 11th, 2022, by
A day in the life of a Decider – ROI Cost Levers to weigh the balance

Let's delve into some accelerated points to get us to the big decision lever and to conclude our discussion.

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August 4th, 2022, by
A day in the life of a Decider – The Decision Levers

Let's look at the actual Levers that help make the decision now that we understand not just what the decision being made is but why it matters more today than it did in the past.

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July 28th, 2022, by
A day in the life of a Decider – Low Code/No Code and The Starting Point

The key to understanding where Low Code/No Code becomes an important choice is a concept of “the Starting Point” which is essentially an acceleration to a place in the race to the finish line. 

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July 22nd, 2022, by
A day in the life of a Decider – Intro to the choices

As an Architect, you would probably be right to think that decision I make could easily affect whether or not the thing you are building would stand strong and overcome the test of time or fall apart and break with an unexpected strike at a missed weak spot.

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May 19th, 2022, by
Measuring and Comparing ROI for Low Code in the world of 2022

The purpose of this article is not to advocate or promote Low Code or its capabilities as the Panacea but, rather, to explore how to make the most out of modern tools

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January 31st, 2022, by
AI Predictions for 2022

Deepa Mamtani, Sogeti’s Artificial Intelligence Center of Excellence Lead in the Netherlands, observes four trends that will shape the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) in 2022 and beyond.

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January 13th, 2021, by
Aviation Disasters and the IT World

Now, before you judge me as someone with a psychological disorder–we all slow down when we see an accident on the highway, but planes crashing into each other or the ground?–let me explain why I watch these depressing films and what it has to do with IT work.

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January 4th, 2021, by
Reduce bugs by making the system easy to use

The trend is that systems grow in complexity and that we’re relying on systems of systems to get the needed value.

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December 22nd, 2020, by
Automated Machine Learning: Hands-off production maintenance for the busy entrepreneur

Machine learning is getting more traction. The willingness of companies to use ML models in production for their daily business is growing.

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December 16th, 2020, by
Azure DevOps, Visual Studio, GitFlow, and other techniques from the heap

In essence, I am very curious. That is why, whenever I see, read or hear about something that piques my interest, I do not stop until I understand it and if it finally provides me with a benefit, I do my best to include it in my portfolio. This is something that happened to me, a while ago, with DevOps.

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December 14th, 2020, by
Kubernetes: The new cloud control plane?

Kubernetes is a platform that allows containerized workloads to be managed, scaled and automated. As the ecosystem is growing more and more use cases become available.

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