Methodologies and frameworks come as a result of concrete experiences. Since the beginning of time there has been a constant need to define patterns and concepts in order to facilitate our way of living and history is full of these types of situations. Take the invention of the wheel during the Neolithic Age for example, […]
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Category: Digital Transformation
Everything about digital transformation – buzz….
How many projects actually meet the end goal for what they were created in the first place? How many organizations launch good initiatives that end up canceled because of bad adoption policies, incomplete or vague initial assessments or as result of overwhelming sales cycles? Why do projects fail? A few years after I […]
Humans are lazy… or is it just me ? In the digital technological past when everything was still disconnected, in the era before the internet, writing basic code was a skill required to enable more complex solutions and software – a bit bit like atom that are combined into more complex molecules, organisms or materials. […]
When I was in my 20s I worked on a project involving Evolutionary Algorithms – I used them to try to find better mathematical solutions to a given problem than by using other approximation or problem solving strategies. The idea is to have a population where each individual represents a solution to the equation, no […]
As you can see this post is all about IT. IT has been transforming ever since it existed – everything is always in flux, if IT stands still, IT dies. Every system of whatever nature – be it technical or biological – has it’s life cycle. Species evolve to adapt to their ever changing environment […]