There's only one way to keep your head above water when deploying complex iBPMS software: take the slow and steady road.
Enterprises are stuck in the EDI mud, hanging onto old B2B integration technologies. Legacy EDI methods such as value-added networks (VANs) are costing many companies huge amounts of money in ...
How do we fix the developer talent shortage? Here's how the Application Developers Alliance plans to do so with three approaches.
Learn how shared algorithms, like public APIs, eliminate a build-your-own (BYO) bottleneck in the application development process.
Is traditional, software-based middleware dead, or just resting? Some say APIs are fit to do the job better and that enterprise middeware is on the way out (if not gone already).
"All of the hooks are there -- let's put it that way -- for mobile to play a greater role." Ann Grackin, ChainLink Research
When you're an IT department of two, with 150 outside sales folks plus 150 people in the building, everything just needs to work. Too bad that really doesn't happen very often. And Jesse Davis, ...
Midsized companies are struggling to hire tech talent, especially those with advanced DevOps and Enterprise Architect-level skills. Accelerance execs explain how IT pro outsourcing can help.
How organizations handle data analytics will be a big deal for SOA in 2016. Here we explore the steps developers and enterprise architects will need to take.
Find out how Zendesk's distributed application development team approach has lessened the impact of the developer shortage in Silicon Valley.
Using APIs to make your own robots? Yes, please.
Indiegogo user research director, Aga Bojko, describes the user test methods she uses and why eye tracking isn't one of them.
Developers are raving about HTML5 - but why? And is it all it's cracked up to be?
At this year's JavaOne conference, I learned how microservices will impact development documentation issues. Here's what I want you to know.
This is part of a series covering sessions at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne, 2015 After giving a brief description of what microservices are (using the words of James Lewis: "Applications that fit ...