Tag Archives: Software Engineering

Assistants Transform Data, Synchronize as Well

In previous post I introduce a scenario for cooperation between doctors, and show that a personal assistant is a good way to connect those in real time.  Here are some additional details that we should consider more carefully.

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Smart Process Apps result from SOA Stratification

Hopefully you have heard the term “Smart Process Apps” (SPA) attributed to Forrester Research. What is it?  Is it just marketing hype?  It is something real to be concerned about?  Here is an explanation I have given that seems to … Continue reading

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Plus! The Standard+Case Approach

Rob England published this book “Plus! The Standard+Case Approach: See Service Response in a New Light” earlier this year in New Zealand.  He sent me a copy, and I want to say he makes some very good points.

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Race-cars, Drivers, and Mechanics

I met with a Fujitsu executive last week, and we naturally got onto the topic of software development methodology. I presented my case that it is critical that programmers know the actual customer because 90% of all decisions that effect … Continue reading

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Cloud User’s Bill of Rights

Want users to use your cloud-based web site?  Follow these guidelines, so that users can sign up easily and use it.  Sadly, there are soooo many ways that web sites can do this wrong.  The result is a bewildering variety … Continue reading

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Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 4

Web site security is a very important issue to me. I find it frustrating sometimes dealing with people who operate based more on superstition and urban legends than on solid principles.  Part 4 is about some strange behavior I have … Continue reading

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Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 2

Web site security is a very important issue to me. I find it frustrating sometimes dealing with the “security experts” in IT who operate based more on superstition and urban legends than on solid principles.  Part 2 is in response … Continue reading

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Web Security vs. Superstition, Part 1

Web site security is a very important issue to me. Every application, every information resource, must be built strong enough to put in the Internet, to reliably deliver information to those allowed access, and prevent delivery to those who are … Continue reading

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Security and Email Confirmation

I was using a site today that has a “security” procedure that is so poorly designed, that I thought it was worth discussion.  When it comes to aspects of security, I believe it is a good idea to publicize wrong … Continue reading

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The Login Test

This post is on the usability of authenticating to a site.  Entering your username and password, what could be complicated about that?  But, surprisingly, so many sites get it wrong.  The “Login Test” is a measure of one specific aspect … Continue reading

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