Custom Application Development:

September, 2007

September 28, 2007  12:30 PM

Comment Too Good to not Pass On

SJC SJC Profile: SJC
PC/Windows Connectivity

After Monday's Blog Entry on "One-Size-Fits-???" I received the following from a fellow friend, associate and customer that is just too good to not pass on.  (BTW -- I did chastize him about not posting for all to...

September 28, 2007  11:58 AM

No Lack of Development “Ideologies”

SJC SJC Profile: SJC
Remote management, Wireless

I find myself continuously amazed by the number of software development methods that are available, and question whether any single one could possibly "fit" any project.  (Please see my previous post "

September 25, 2007  2:50 PM


SJC SJC Profile: SJC

In a recent visit to my dentist, I had the experience of having the Xray tech "fit" an ungodly uncomfortable piece of plastic into my mouth for the xray.  When I said something about how uncorfortable it was, her comment to me was "one-size-fits-all, which really means of course, that...

September 20, 2007  4:15 PM

Software Simplicity Perspectives

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Crystal Reports, Networking Equipment

I'd like to call special attention to one of the written principles contained in the "Agile Manifesto" relating to simplicity,  "Simplicity--the art of maximizing the amount of work not done--is essential."  Yes, I agree with this...

September 18, 2007  8:19 PM

Buy, Build or Ignore? — What does THAT mean?

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mySAP CRM, Procurement, Wireless

What I'm getting at here is this -- Let's say you have users in your organization who need to have certain information -- but the information is not readily available except on a paper form located somewhere in another location. You may realize this as a possible use for a document management...

September 18, 2007  7:35 PM

Please Hear What I “Really” Need

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I recently had the opportunity to visit a potential client to look at a software development project that had been started by another developer over a year ago. Just the fact that nothing was yet operational (nor really functional to the potential user) was really a warning sign to me as I...

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