DevOps Culture

DevOps

On a recent call to discuss our DevOps services, one of our executives asked for a clear definition of the term “DevOps”.  So I thought I’d write down a few of my thoughts here in the interest of sharing. First, it’s easier to describe what DevOps is not.  DevOps is not a tool or a set […]

Introducing Four Rights Expression Languages: ccREL, PLUS, MPEG 21/5 and ODRL

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This is the second in a series of posts about managing digital asset rights and permissions. The first post in the series examines underlying rights concepts. The next post outlines the steps enterprises should take to implement a rights expression language. These posts are based on Demian Hess’ article “Managing digital rights with rights expression languages”, […]

Why we need Content Models

contentmodel

    Introduction: One of the big challenges we face as part of managing web content is to keep up with capturing and maintaining the content’s underlying framework rules and logic in a place where it can be accessed by everyone. We are not talking about documenting the various business logic validations that occur on […]

On Consulting

on consulting

As an IT Consultant, I wear many different hats from project to project – from Project Manager to Architect to System Developer to Subject Matter Expert and so on.  No matter which role, I encourage my clients to think about options.  Options are a critical success factor in every project in which I have participated.  […]