This is the fourth post in my attempt to start a blogging habit. The last couple of months, I’ve been looking for a new position, after a short sabbatical leave. In these months I’ve realized, how underdeveloped the state of enterprise architecture is in Hungary. In this article, I’ll try to summarize my thoughts about… Read More Enterprise Architects in Hungary
It has been quite a long time, since I started blogging. It’s been going on and off for a long time, writing posts for various reasons, like about sharing experiences in solving non-trivial issues, starting up new projects, getting some practice in presenting my ideas in writing (AKA bullshit generator), or whenever I had way… Read More Blogging challenge
This is the second part of my retrospective series I started here. When I’m asked about my favorite project in my career I always talk about this one. Every part of this project was solid, well established and justifiable. There were no need to make any compromise on anything. We didn’t have to worry about… Read More 10 year retrospective – SCISy, or “Supply Chain Inventory System” @ IBM
I was looking for the Christmas decorations on my attic, when I came across a set of compact discs. I got rid of most of these, except for some that seemed important enough to keep for posterity. These disks contained an original Window 2000 Professional edition, and one titled Medex Backup 99/05/13. Yesterday I took… Read More 15 year retrospective – InterMed ’99
Recently I was musing about this topic and was trying to find reasons for this phenomenon. When I was running my company I interviewed several developers for open positions, and interestingly there was an unspeakable imbalance in the gender ratio. Namely I can only recall two ladies I interviewed, out of about a hundred subjects.… Read More Why are there so few female software developers in Hungary?