[vc_row][vc_column][qodef_accordion style="boxed_accordion"][qodef_accordion_tab title="Heart, Lungs and Brain" title_tag="h5"][vc_column_text] Make a list of functions of the app, the heart, breathing apparatus, and brain, which are the soul of the app. These functions are the ones for which the app will be loved and remembered. It is the User Experience (UX), creating user emotions and attitudes. [/vc_column_text][/qodef_accordion_tab][qodef_accordion_tab title="Backbone or Spine" title_tag="h5"][vc_column_text] Test the functions that make the backbone or spine of...

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I hired 10 software engineers in Pune, India. Pune is the university town where I finished my Masters in statistics. I have happy memories of this town. (Shaniwar Wada Fort, Pune, India)   We are developing apps that create data. We, of course, want to retrieve the data that we create. We develop apps for mobile phones that use open source software, with strange names such as PHP,...

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Let us play the scenario – which has happened to me a number of times. I am driving on a highway on the right-hand side of the road. On the left, a brash driver is holding a cell phone in the left hand with only right hand on the steering wheel. And more on top of it is driving much faster than the allowed speed limit....

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Absolutely not  I remember when IBM was the king of the hill. I started with MVS in the late 1960’s with IBM Germany and then in NYC at IBM World Trade. IBM couldn’t do anything wrong in the 1970’s. By that time it had become a huge ship. Any huge ship, with a big installed base, doesn’t usually sink – the maintenance money keeps it afloat....

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