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Project Estimates: A Collusion of Optimists!

by in Blog. Posted August 2, 2019

Steve McConnell’s Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art revolves around the idea of a cone – a cone of uncertainty. What this means is that software estimates are not simplistic single point numbers. These are probabilities on a number line. The probability of making the correct estimate is low at the beginning of a project. ...

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Single version of Truth

by in Blog. Posted June 28, 2019

We all have our share of questions that we dread being asked. No – not the ultimate question of life, universe and everything. I’m talking about more day to day questions. For example, if you meet someone for the first time and as part of pleasantries they ask you – “So, what is your work about?”. Its ...

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The Innovation Anecdote: The Philosophy behind Denial

by in Blog. Posted June 13, 2019

“Strategically, Blockchain is less about a technology story and more about an idiosyncratic rift between the forces of Centralisation Vs. Decentralisation“ The Gaijin Complex – Unfamiliarity breeds Resistance When the polish first landed on the shores of Japan in the early twentieth century, most Japanese troops could not stop laughing, looking at them. Why? Simply ...

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A Date with Data

Our Sales and Engineering teams frequently share their expertise online via articles and technical pieces about the industry and the new trends in technologies. Here is an interesting article about the very nature of Data  ..Of Data lakes and warehouses If you were a Star-trek fan, you would know how important Data is! If you are ...

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