AI

Trinity

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Nowadays, beyond technology, search engines, forums and all the information available online, it becomes harder and harder for people to navigate the rules, regulations and recommendations they can get online. To middle class and upper-middle-class people, the need to benefit from bits of advice from a family doctor, a lawyer and an accountant is obvious. […]

AI

Cloud Tough Leadership: The next cloud battles

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Cloud Tough Leadership: Cloud Battles

In a Saturday afternoon discussion, I started to think about the macro trends in IT, trying to foresee where AWS & Azure will go. We all know the cloud battles are currently undergoing. We also know that there are very few things we can do to influence them. Still, for some of us, the question […]

Cloud

Cloud Thought Leadership: Cloud Migration notes for Managed Services Providers

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Cloud Migration

As per Allied Market Research Global, Cloud Migration Services Market is expected to reach $515.83 billion by 2027 (source article). Their research concludes: “Increase in need for business agility & automation, ease in the deployment of applications with a pay-as-you-go model and rise in demand for cloud migration in business continuity fuel the growth of the global […]

Innovation

Tender Evaluation Proposal

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How does a company win new business? Sales, Marketing, Strategy and Product or Business Model Innovation can all play an important role. The business world is a competition in which competitive advantages determine the winners. A specific case of business competition is public tenders. Below I am proposing a theoretical method to evaluate the tenders […]

Innovation

Making it happen in an innovative way

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Making it happen in an innovative way

No matter if we are speaking about a project at work, a startup or achieving a personal goal, how do you make things happen? Do you aim to innovate when it comes to the methods of accomplishing your goals? As per the Government of New Zealand, “Innovation is the creation, development and implementation of a […]

Chromecast

Robot Vacuum Cleaner Feature Request

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Robot Vacuum Cleaner

Following money management advice: “Invest in service that saves your time”, last year I went and bought a Robot Vaccum Cleaner. To mee, the one hour and a half, two hours that I was spending weekly vacuuming and mopping my Berlin flat, could have been spent better. I do like my apartment to be clean; […]

Automation

Diagrams as Code Case Study

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Diagrams as Code

Initial idea My best friend told me this in our endless technology talks. He was thinking of it for a while, even started to work a bit on it. His self-defined goal is to bring a new twist on software documentation.  If a picture is worth 1000 words, how much can you express with a whole […]

Random Thoughts

Methods for Solving Problems

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Problem Solving

This site is mostly about ideas that I can’t put in practice by my own. However, in my professional life, things are completely different. One way or another I get lots of things done and I prefer to keep it this way. I am going to share in this blog post a couple of methods […]

Artificial Intelicence

2050 – The Age of Robots has started!

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The Age of Robots

Introduction It’s 2050 and Robots are already part of our everyday life. All economic sectors are now dependent on them. Someone looks back and asks himself when The Age of Robots has started? Short History The first instance of a mechanical device built to regularly carry out a particular physical task occurred around 3000 B.C. […]

IT Recruiting

Technical Interview Method

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Interview

Sometimes Innovation is simply about doing a normal thing in a different way. It doesn’t have to be rocket science if it brings an improvement to an existing tool or process. With this in mind, you can read below my personal developed technical interview method. I applied it multiple times and as far as I […]