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April 26, 2017  10:51 AM

Can DWP meet its revised 2022 target for completion of Universal Credit?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile development, Agile Project Plan, dwp, Government IT, Project management, Universal Credit

In the run-up to the last UK general election in 2015, the Labour Party’s then shadow employment minister Stephen Timms pointed out that the target...

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June 26, 2015  5:09 PM

Make eliminating legacy IT your personal legacy as an IT leader

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, Agile development, API, cloud, DevOps, Digital strategy, IT Strategy

The term "legacy IT" is, in reality, something of a misnomer. It's recognised by every IT leader to represent the old software and hardware in their infrastructure, especially...


August 6, 2013  9:53 AM

Unhappy Universal Credit staff point to continuing IT problems

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile development, dwp, GDS, Government IT, Project management, Universal Credit

So, what's really going on with the Universal Credit IT programme?

If you trust journalistic warning bells - and believe the saying that there's no smoke without fire -...


January 31, 2013  5:04 PM

Software is your salesperson – how to avoid agile annihilation

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, Agile development, Computer science, GDS, IT skills, Outsourcing, recruitment, Software development, Software engineering

Great news: It's a good time to be a software engineer again, you no longer have to worry about your job going to India, and IT leaders are queuing up to employ you.


November 11, 2011  1:32 PM

Eating our own dog food for the new-look ComputerWeekly.com

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile development, Business, Cloud Computing, Management, Project management, publishing, Scrum

There's a popular phrase in the software industry - "eating your own dog food" - that aptly describes what Computer Weekly has been through over the past six months.

Today, we launched


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