• SSIS Team Development Experiences - Another example of database developers being left out in the cold when it comes to first-class development tools and practices. It’s getting better, but we’re not there yet…
  • Adaptive Path UXWeek – Simon Guest is at UXWeek and will be blogging about the experience. I hope that the number of EAs only increases in coming years and hope to attend myself in the future.
  • Go old school with a notebook - I’m a tried and true notebook guy. There is no and never will be an adequate replacement for pen and paper for me…
  • User experience and the analysts – A nice piece of research done by Rosenfeld Media on major Analysts use of certain UX-related terms. The Gartner ones weren’t surprising to me as a Gartner client (though I would imagine that they would argue that the “Consumerization of IT” term is a UX term, thus should be on the list), but it was interesting to see some side-by-side comparisons. More research along these lines would help an organization like mine have some good insight into which firm, if any, should get our money.
  • DSLs bringing the end of single language development? I hope so… especially if one is more open with the terms “language” and “development.”
  • Are You a Synthesizer? Enterprise Architects have to be… I sure hope I am. If I’m not, I’d like to become a professional fly fisherman…
  • Enterprise 2.0 is about building a collaboration platform that is better than e-mail - The reality, as Jason states himself in this article, is that Enterprise collaboration (I won’t use that term in the title) is less about replacing email and more about repositioning email to be used correctly (messaging) and bringing other tools into the enterprise which are better suited for collaboration (like Parlano). (via Joe Lewis)


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