Stung again, several times in one day. Systems that fail to report problems can waste everyone’s time. The problem is that such system appear to be running fine, and that is great for lazy programmers and product managers alike. Just . Say . No .
A co-worker on an agile project was showing me a feature he was perfecting, and it was looking pretty good with features to add and remove various settings as per the design. I wanted to try it. He said “sorry, the create function is not implemented yet.” It got me thinking…. Continue reading
Interested in trying out Adaptive Case Management without a huge investment? Cognoscenti might be the option for you. This post contains most of the contents of a paper I will be presenting in Germany in September on the Cognoscenti open source system which I have used in demos at the last two BPMNext conferences. To anyone wanting to experiment with ACM capabilities, a free solution might be worth trying. Continue reading
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 resonate with people. Continue reading
After installing Windows, I always disable all of the auto-run features on all of the drives. This one action alone will protect you from half of the malware out there. Continue reading
I think it might be Ben Franklin who said “A paper bill is the worst way to get your account statement, except for all the other ways.” Or maybe not. Whatever. I still get a lot of bills on paper delivered through the (physical) mail, and here is why. Continue reading