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Worst Practices: Enterprise Architecture Mistakes

By Dick Weisinger

While usually best practices are focused on. It can be equally useful to consider the anti-patterns or ‘worst practices’ that might get you into trouble if not you’re not careful. Over the last decade Gartner has had a list of

Robotics: Moving Beyond Just the Factory Floor

By Dick Weisinger

Global spending on hardware, services and software for robotics is forecast to reach $240 billion by 2023, according to IDC. Discrete manufacturing is responsible for about half of all spending, followed by process manufacturing, resource industries, healthcare, and retail. Dan

Technical Debt: Balancing Short-Term and Long-Term Design Architecture

By Dick Weisinger

Technical debt refers to costs that accrue over time related to poor architectural choices. Often deadlines force coding choices that are expeditious in the short term but over time become headaches to maintain. The future time needed to maintain poor

Kubernetes: Is it Overkill?

By Dick Weisinger

Kubernetes (k8s) is an open-source container orchestration system helps manage and scale software deployments. It provides high redundancy and the ability to scale up and down depending on volume of traffic. Kubernetes manages container orchestration. It’s the framework in which

Enterprise Software: Working Remotely Requires Robust Digital Infrastructure

By Dick Weisinger

The COVID-19 crisis has forced business conventions to change as employees shifted to remote work. Once the crisis is over, nearly three-quarters of CFOs say that they expect that previously on-site employees will continue to work from home, according to