Technology professionals who are serious about seeing their career elevate beyond the level of bits and bytes will go above and beyond what their peers choose not to do. Noted author and technical futurist Leo Wrobel explains why verbal and written communication skills are key to not only keeping a job but climbing the corporate ladder.
The situation: you have invested an enormous amount of money and company resources in developing software solutions to address client needs. Regardless of the size of your company, every dollar counts and you want to know that your investment today will ultimately produce a fast, modern, scalable, and correct software solution that will still be usable tomorrow with tomorrow's technology.
C++, one of the most widely used and known programming languages in software history, could possibly turn into one of the most unknown languages in the coming months.
Prolifogy's failed project turnaround service has generated increased interest recently. Specifically, it was the most requested of all service offerings last month—a fact that surprised even company officials.
The development of electric lights at the turn of the 19th century gradually and grudgingly replaced gas lighting in homes. This new technology was so misunderstood that people would change their light bulbs in a hurry so the electricity did not "leak out."