BLOG: Rnd() Pragmatism
The following is a collection of random musings meant to engage and entertain. In particular, the thoughts and opinions contained within will be pragmatic in nature and random in context.
I was always the one who entered the room prepared. Before attending a lunch or coffee meeting to network, I would scour my fellow guest’s LinkedIn profile. But, to be a successful consultant requires the ability to walk into a situation without exactly knowing what to expect.
Businesses are constantly in search of better ways to communicate between the operations and technology teams. Some, maybe even many, of the agile disciples who prescribe to the good book of the Agile Manifesto promote the benefits of establishing a system metaphor.
Some of the best advice I ever received: computers in general and software specifically help to speed up processes. But as high tide raises all boats, it also speeds up the mistakes.
Software engineers (geeks, propeller heads, rulers of the free world, and whatever other moniker chosen to affectionately label this highly selective subspecies of the generic public) live by certain truths.
Of course, you may be curious as to how technology can work better for you.
To begin, we should start a conversation.