Recent Posts

What Biz People Need to Know about Tech: Configurable App Platforms

This is an installment in the What Biz People Need to Know About Tech series. It’s aim is to help non-technical business people to communicate better with engineers and provide better feedback about the value they want them to deliver. I was recently approached by someone who’s company is struggling to make a technical decision. They are a large organization who has […]

What Biz People Need to Know About Tech: Single Page Apps

This is an installment in the What Biz People Need to Know About Tech series. It’s aim is to help non-technical business people to communicate better with engineers and provide better feedback about the value they want them to deliver. In the 90s, calling them “Pages” made perfect sense. Everything used to be so simple. Here’s how web pages worked back in […]

What Biz People Need to Know About Tech: Microservices

This is an installment in the What Biz People Need to Know About Tech series. It’s aim is to help non-technical business people to communicate better with engineers and provide better feedback about the value they want them to deliver. Microservices are something that developers are very likely to start suggesting as a business grows. You may also hear the term Service […]

What Biz People Need to Know About Tech: Test Driven Development

This is an installment in the What Biz People Need to Know About Tech series. It’s aim is to help non-technical business people to communicate better with engineers, and provide better feedback about the value they want them to deliver. What is it? Test driven development (commonly called “TDD”) is a technique that software developers use to get their work done. If […]

What Biz People Need to Know About Tech: Build Automation and Continuous Delivery

This is the first installment in the What Biz People Need to Know About Tech series. It’s aim is to help non-technical business people to communicate better with engineers, and provide better feedback about the value they want them to deliver. What’s a build? A developer’s changes to a software product are always grouped together into some sort of unit. Typically, we […]