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Nov
27
comment Project Dashboards
If you want, you can expose your problem @ pm.stackexchange.com. I wouldn't suggest you to ask directly for a tool as tool recommendation is actually considered offtopic to the site, but if you put it in a way your present a problem that may be solved by a tool, then I consider it as a valid question...
Nov
27
comment Project Dashboards
Do you want to find a solution for your problem or you already decided you'll build a new one?
Aug
10
comment Develop fast and buggy, then correct errors or be slow, careful for each line of code?
+1 for highlight the only (IMO) valid usage for #1.
Jul
7
comment Over a million COBOL programmers in the world?
@vartec, it seems we work for quite similar companies... but I can tell that the COBOL here is still widely used. Important thing: If we're supporting applications BUT there's only a few projects supporting COBOL, it does not mean that COBOL isn't widely used. It means that the places where COBOL is used are stable enough to keep like this. On the other hand, are these Java-based application running without any maintenance at all?
Jul
6
comment Over a million COBOL programmers in the world?
+1 for @MetalMikester. COBOL is still broadly used because it IS working. Why change the whole core of a banking system? Think of how long this migration process could take and the risks in case it fail. I've seen several layers being applied over COBOL... but the core, remains COBOL.
May
30
comment Separating Data and Implementation
Maybe a question to SO instead of PM?
Mar
25
comment Any hard evidence on how much smart phone app developers have actually earned?
'So, it is clearly not worthwhile to bother doing any "average" apps': if one application is being sold, is because the developer believes it worths, IMO. Otherwise, he'd keep it free. Who could sell an 'average' application and expect to have profits with it?