The CaseWiki Map is super-cool.
I've moved the Blog@Case FAQ to Wiki@Case — CaseBlog:FAQ
Well... only two other people have ever done any editing of the contents.
First, we need Subversion in production
That came true. We've got a subversion server running and being used.
I went ahead and created a simple XML hcard document...here
"enterprise software" is surrounded by consultants who will sell you the service of making it work... In some cases, these ecosystems of consultants are competent and highly skilled. In other cases, such as the case of Java, many of them are spectacularly incompetent, vociferous in their ignorance, and prone to attack competing systems... Managers who aren't technically well-informed enough to select the software in the first place will also not be well-informed enough to distinguish between competent consultants and incompetent consultants, so both competent and incompetent consultants will flourish...
That snippet burns as brilliantly revelant today as it was a year ago. Maybe even more so.
I never understood why companies hire technologies instead of people... Hiring technologies is a fear-based strategy.How true. Just hire competent people. What "frameworks" you use are irrelevant. (And, they'll end up changing inside of 5 years anyways. It's about managing change and people not managing technology.)
Not sure if anyone uses it, but blog.case.edu/topics/politics is certainly active nowadays.