Jim is re-joined by our friends at the MacLaurin Group to discuss the push and pull of managing creators like programmers and writers who need uninterrupted time to complete their work.
We're back with the Mad Scotsman, Alan Williamson, and his partner in crime, Jim Headley, of the MacLaurin Group.
It's Java vs. C#, MariaDB vs. Oracle, AWS vs. Azure and much, much more.
The Mad Scotsman, Alan Williamson, returns to the funcast for a lively discussion of Stack Overflow's 2018 Developer survey.
Jim and Devin walk through the list of technology companies where Jim has worked over the years. We talk about the lessons learned as they apply to PE-owned tech companies in the middle market. We cover decades of computing from Digital Equipment Corporation to Oracle and beyond.
Jim talks with Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford from Corgibytes -- specialists in software remodeling. This is a continuing conversation on technical debt, the albatross around the neck of many companies.
Jim and Alan talk about a scary subject on our Halloween episode -- Distributed Denial of Service attacks.
Alan and Jim spend a fast half hour talking when you should consider upgrading older pieces of custom (homegrown) software. You don't have to upgrade older software just for the sake of upgrading it -- and converting from an older language to a newer language doesn't make the software any better.