There are a multitude of programming languages – and a lot of jargon – out there to confuse potential developers and IT outsiders. Here is the first part of an A to Z of terms. [Continue reading] A to Z of Programming Languages (part 1)
Can an organisation survive without a brand? A case study about ARM shows how it is possible if you delivering the right things to the right people at the right time, what’s in a name! [Continue reading] No brand
The past, present and future of computers. From the early mainframes to the mobile digital connected world, computers do all the important work, but what are they? [Continue reading] And in the beginning…there were computers
Top tips for a non-accountant freelancer, what you need to do keep the taxman happy, and how software could help…but better be organised first. [Continue reading] Accounting for freelancers
We’ve all see the ‘Coming soon’ promises on websites and product launches. Beware of selling snake oil, but a little teasing isn’t a bad thing. [Continue reading] Watch this space – new stuff coming soon!
What are requirements, why are they so useful, and some possible problems. Your no-nonsense guide to making sure you get what you want! [Continue reading] Be happy, get your requirements met!
What’s the difference between agile and waterfall methodologies? Different, but compatible, why can’t we just play nicely! [Continue reading] Agile vs. waterfall – what’s the big deal?
Here is a little bit about the past and present of programming – a Programmer by many various names. You could be part of the future? [Continue reading] Programmer, Developer or Coder – what’s in a name?
A really really short and jargon-free introduction to Projects, just enough to get you on The Apprentice but not as a qualified Project Manager. [Continue reading] Projects in a nutshell; imagine, plan, do, repeat.