A Little Pyramid

A Little Pyramid

Sunday, February 2, 2020

Many people have noticed the similarity between the behaviour of electron flows and the behaviour of work flows and have expounded on the analogy. However, for me the usefulness of the analogy is in the way we look at the equation...


It's Getting High Round Here

It's Getting High Round Here

Monday, January 20, 2020

 

experimental barometer

This is one of my experimental barometers showing the current air pressure at 1046 mBars...


my favourite IT jokes

my favourite IT jokes

Friday, January 17, 2020

As I entered the bar, there in the corner was a software pirate

sitting there in his tricorner hat,

patch over his eye

and with a bird sitting on his shoulder, as pirates do...


Added To The Specflow Trainers List

Added To The Specflow Trainers List

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

I recently took the time to get myself added to the SpecFlow trainers list.

SpecFlow, as you probably know, is the .NET implementation of the Cucumber BDD tool and is an integral part of the Certified Scrum Developer Course I run for Agil8.


The First of the End-Of-Year Exams

The First of the End-Of-Year Exams

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

As usual over the Christmas break, I've been taking the time to do some CPD...


The Two Biggest Problems in Software Development

The Two Biggest Problems in Software Development

Sunday, October 20, 2019

The two biggest problems in software development are...


self-promoters get ahead at work

self-promoters get ahead at work

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

I came across this research from the Ashridge at Hult International Business School showing that employee engagement isn't a binary thing, it's more of a spectrum, or 'shades of grey' as they put it.

The researchers found that employee engagement could be characterised into 4 zones:

 


emphasis on IT Support supporting growth

emphasis on IT Support supporting growth

Sunday, October 13, 2019

As the global IT community grows ever more involved around business continuity, IT directors are putting greater emphasis on the IT support of their IT departments to support growth.

With a greater need to manage the IT support of the organisation, it is no longer considered a simple matter of adding services, as organizations are creating their own IT resources, especially services such as application development.