The CTO, Manager and Bandmaster (Parts 1 & 2) Part 1 Importance of the rhythm According to Hector Berlioz, the essential qualities of a conductor are "to hear and see, he must be agile and strong, know the composition, nature and scope of the instruments, how to read the score.” This ultimately also describes very... Continue Reading →
DevOps : what does this term mean and why should we care?
DevOps What does this term mean and why should we care? The term, DevOps, seems to have begun to be popularized sometime around 2008, coming out of that year's Agile conference. The movement gained ground via a number of "devops days" in 2009, which have continued around the world ever since. According to Webopedia, "DevOps... Continue Reading →
Want to break down barriers between teams?
Think "Agile" and break down barriers between teams In software development, Agile’s practices have the advantage of encouraging teamwork by breaking down barriers between various teams in sales, development, business consulting, operations, and IT. Google defines it as “relating to or denoting a method of project management, used especially for software development, that is characterized... Continue Reading →
Roles of the CTO – Chief Technology Officer?
The relationship between CTO and Product & Engineering Although roles inside a company cross path multiple paths and it is a trait of modern times to look at less strict boundaries between different jobs, at least at an executive level, it is important to have functions with clear responsibilities and formulated expectations. The role of... Continue Reading →