There were 4 blog postings during April (2014):
On the road to Morocco
I'm at ISTEP—Intel Software Conf 2014—and I'm glad to point out that Intel isn't just a hardware company. A lot of its software is for specialist markets such as High Performance Computing—yes, Fortran is still alive and well and...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 11th April '14
Legacy software, perhaps more common than you think.
I've just read some interesting research from Computing, the UK technology publication, supported by MSM Software, based on a survey of 160 IT leaders across every size of organisation within the UK market. Unsurprisingly, to me, it found that over...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 1st April '14
CollabNet, the next stage
I've always had a soft spot for CollabNet. It created Subversion, which it ultimately handed over to the Apache foundation and which is just about the only configuration management product that ever managed to be sexy (for background, see the book I...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 6th April '14
A whitelabel PaaS
I've been writing about high-productivity PaaS (Platform as a Service) offerings such as OutSystems Platform and Force.com recently; these work with high-level model-driven development and visual programming—and they build applications at the...
David Norfolk, Bloor Research | 7th April '14
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