When people talk about "going to the cloud," it's often viewed within the context of what it means for an organization in terms of workflow and costs. Anjoy Willy, a director at business transformation product...
By: Jan Stafford
More and more, enterprise architects are building environments for large-scale middleware testing in the cloud. Why? There are huge limits on how many test and development environments on-premise systems can accommodate, said
By: Jan Stafford In the United Kingdom, applying for university and other higher education courses is quite different than in the U.S. In the U.S., students apply to individual institutions and get responses one by one over several weeks. In the U.K., all applications are approved online in a...
There isn't a proven one-size-fits-all method for selecting a software tool. Many IT professionals recommend devising a list of necessary features and a thorough evaluation of product offerings, but that's just not Jake Kooper's style.
Kooper, who develops
Nearly six months after the release, the jury seems to still be out as to how, or even if, UML 2.5 is doing what it's intended to. The