IT Trends and Thought Leadership
By Sharon Fisher, December 21, 2016
It's always informative to look back and see which blog posts garnered the most attention. What were our most popular stories this year?
By Sharon Fisher, October 17, 2016
What was your first programming language? Whatever it was, it might have had a permanent effect on how you thought about programming ever after.
By Sharon Fisher, June 29, 2016
Something as minor as a unit mismatch or a missing comma can waste millions of dollars. Here are some of the worst software bugs in history.
By Sharon Fisher, April 20, 2016
Feeling like everyone is a better software developer than you and that someday you'll be found out? You're not alone.
By Sharon Fisher, February 29, 2016
Anyone who thinks that a date can’t wreak havoc in IT hasn’t tried to set the date of their iPhone to January 1, 1970 lately.
By Sharon Fisher, December 21, 2015
One of the best parts about the end of the year is looking to see which stories most struck a chord with readers. And as usual, there were a few surprises.
By Sharon Fisher, October 19, 2015
To hear some people tell it, we’re one semicolon away from the entire software development industry collapsing around our ears.
By Sharon Fisher, July 27, 2015
When you start a new project, how much time do you devote to choosing the right language to use?
By Sharon Fisher, July 06, 2015
Measuring employee performance is one of the classic challenges of being a manager. How do you quantify and defend that evaluation to internal stakeholders?
By Sharon Fisher, April 27, 2015
When you’re sitting down to design a business process, it can sometimes be challenging to find a way to cut across the company’s organizational structure.
By Sharon Fisher, February 16, 2015
Some musicians are so idiosyncratic and distinctive that you can pick out their sound anywhere.
By Sharon Fisher, September 23, 2013