Tag: Technology Management
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
06 Feb, 2018

Gotta Keep ‘Em Separated

I’ve got a concern, and I want to share it. You might or might not even care about it, that’s fine. You have your concerns and I have mine. Yet, we are able to interact with greater wholes while remaining decoupled. That’s how software architecture should manifest: with clear...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
23 Jan, 2018

A Mock Conversation

Have you ever been part of a conversation that goes something like this? Sales We can’t sell the product as is. It has to have this list of features to get customers to buy. We’ve promised these to the customers, but they keep not...
Alden Hart
Alden Hart
04 Oct, 2016

Running Successful Technology Assessments

These days, almost every business relies on technology products and platforms to run daily operations and meet its goals. Unfortunately, your business needs and the functionality and performance of your supporting technology frequently fall out of alignment. A technology assessment is a good way to baseline where you are: what works,...
Rick Garvin
Rick Garvin
19 Apr, 2016

When a Great CTO Isn’t Enough: The Role of the VP of Engineering

In today’s fast moving tech world, great CTOs have achieved truly mythical status.  Think Adrian Cockroft, the Netflix, who drove Netflix’s cloud adoption for streaming video, or Werner Vogels, who invented and continues to build out Amazon Web Services, the world’s most successful Cloud platform.  Every CEO who is...


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