Changing brakes, fluids, and rotating tires is about all Dad’s likely to let junior do to his computer-driven, exotic materials containing, hybrid-hazardous, trip-to-the-dealer-if-you-break-it vehicle.
All the while, automotive manufacturers lament a general lack of automotive interest by today’s youth. Any surprises here?
With the advance of Agile software development, a key focus is placed on how, where, and when testing is done. Taken to extreme, some suggest Quality Assurance, post-development testing, efforts are not necessary.
JT shares his own thoughts on the topic. And, offers two very fundamental reasons why QA remains important.
To each of you, I wish you Merry Christmas! May you have a blessed holiday, whatever you choose to celebrate.
We know the person by many names: A Hindu or Sikh religious teacher; spiritual leader; influential expert; maharishi; sage. Guru. The guru’s the expert we always go to, the one in our circle of contacts, that knows just about everything (certainly more than most) about a certain subject.
However, the guru faces his or her own challenges, perhaps just as challenging as for those looking up to them. JT shares his thoughts along with a short story.
ESN. It’s yet another new acronym you need to learn: Enterprise Social Network. Here, JT provides his review of this book.
The short take: It’s a must-read for your corporate ESN team. It strikes a nice balance and is the first book he’s read that can almost act as ‘primer’ for the entire process.