As a new year 2020 is about to begin, it is time to make resolutions. In this part 1 of a 2 part series, we cover the resolutions for the software vendors.
A recent article in Harvard Business Review (HBR for short) has again brought up the issue of employee burnout. The article surveys the research on employee burnout and top 5 reasons of burnout as identified by Gallup. It also endorses
Over the last weekend, I happened to read not just one or two, but three different pieces concerning the unicorn startups who are seem to be on an endless spree to throw investors’ money. What I read got me wondering
Great programmers are flooded with offers, and recruitment becomes a big challenge in the face of last minute cancellations / no show. We question whether everyone needs those great programmers which are in short supply.
In a group of friends (all of us in the 20+ years experience range), one of us casually commented that one cannot expect good quality with the use of Agile processes. The argument alluded to how Agile methodologies prescribed cutting
WordPress, Drupal and Joomla are the top 3 leading CMSes. Having played with all 3, our recommendation is to use Drupal for any new websites that you need developed. Background Before we jump into the reasons, let us tell us
This week is the thanksgiving week, and this blog post is to express our gratitude to the free software makers. Your contributions have made our lives more beautiful, easier, more efficient and much more. Starting with the legendary Linus Torvalds,
This is the third and concluding part of a 3 part series about the Email Monster. In part 1 and part 2 we saw how it eats into a company’s bottom line and top line respectively. In this last part,
In our last article, we saw how the email monster eats into your organization’s bottom line. In this article, we shall see what it does to the top line. Remember Charlie Chaplin’s “Modern Times”? It served as a great commentary