Monthly Archives: May 2014

THE Way to Travel in Europe

This post is the other half of my post I started on our trip to Europe. For that one I focused on the beer, so for this I’m focusing on the travel aspect of the trip.  This time we started

Posted in Travel

Open Data Elephant NOT in the Room

Just recently, a colleague has turned me on to “open data”.  I confess that it took me a little while to wrap my brain around it.  For the last 6+ years, I’ve exclusively focused on keeping data NOT open.  That is,

Posted in big data

For the love of beer

This week’s post will be a bit more personal, but I’ll still throw in a technology item that I think is interesting and is home-grown right here in Indiana!  Anyone that knows me knows that I like beer and traveling.

Posted in Beer, Travel

The Development Tools Elephant in the Room

Now the one “elephant in the room” that I want to call out immediately is the number of developers I’ve run into without much experience using Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools.  Along with testing, it seems all too often that

Posted in programming