Finding spaces with different views

This week my son ended his baseball career after 13 years of playing the game through spring, summer, and fall. Our high school does a nice job with the senior recognition ceremony. It includes a lap around the infield to shake hands and hug the freshman, JV, and returning Varsity players. Then the player meets his family and walks to Read More …

When being unpopular is part of your job description

A colleague told me a story this week about their involvement in a software development project. If you make software for a living you know there is always a desire to produce working software faster. Her story was a tale about requirements, servers, browsers, bugs, and other types of gremlins we find while making software. There was angst from the Read More …

Rethink IT Compliance

Compliance initiatives are viewed from the wrong lens. Every week I look at requests and responses for technology and security compliance matters. Typically, I communicate this information with compliance based personnel for a customer, the sales organization, or the lawyers. The focus of process is to get answers to check a box and then move forward with the sales process. Read More …