Radar Plotting & Trial Manouver on iPad/iPhone

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Three essential perspectives on development – Philippe Kruchten

Architecture, Infrastructure & Team Structure

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Brilliant marketing and brand building by KLM!

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Why your hiring practices mostly fail

http://qz.com/258066/this-is-why-you-dont-hire-good-developers/

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The end of Agile – death by over-simplification

http://effectivesoftwaredesign.com/2014/03/17/the-end-of-agile-death-by-over-simplification/

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Small stuff matter big time in organizations and business

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An Introduction to Papyrus

My friend Selrahc on Papyrus, an open source modeling tool.

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It’s been an interesting few months… After a short consulting contract with Zeligsoft, I have a become an employee. In this new position, I am involved with Papyrus in a product management capacity.

For those who don’t know me, I have extensive background in modeling, having worked with many tools and technologies as well as worked to help define some commercial offerings. So being involved in yet another modeling tool should be no surprise. Papyrus, however, is different from those with which I’ve worked: It’s open source… So in addition to the challenges of creating the best product for our customers and clients, there is that of wondering where the money comes from – but that’s a topic for another blog entry.

Papyrus is on the verge of an important milestone: after many years of incubation, both outside and within the Eclipse Foundation ecosystem, it will finally be released at…

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Why IBM is in decline – according to Steve Denning

Why IBM is in decline - according to Steve Denning

http://www.forbes.com/sites/stevedenning/2014/05/30/why-ibm-is-in-decline/

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The aerodynamics of a soccer ball

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Leadership – it’s all about trust and cooperation

Simon Sinek on the core ingredients of true leadership: trust and cooperation. The problem for most organizations is that neither trust nor cooperation can be mandated – they are feelings to be nurtured, not instructions to be executed.

(The story of Captain William Swenson, reciever of the Congressional Medal of Honor, that Sinek mentions, can be seen in this and  this youtube video)

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