Author Archives: blaverman
For a Software Development professional, one of the earliest truths you learn is that estimating the delivery effort for new system is surprisingly hard. A project manager at IBM told me once, back in the nineties, that the difference between … Continue reading
Been awfully quiet here the last year. Let’s do something about that…
Software Quality is a nice subject to write about. So much to say with plenty of viewpoints to choose from. Wikipedia tells me it is about functional quality (how well it complies or conforms with design or requirements), or structural … Continue reading
In the nineties I had my first Project Management related training, where I was introduced to the Standish Group‘s Chaos Study. This study collected, through question forms, information on IT related projects and their success. The study asked for projects … Continue reading
It has taken some time, but my first Arduino sketch worked! I found a great set of pushbuttons with embedded LED’s, so perfect for building a Boeing style MCP, and just got the LED’s to work with my Arduino.
I added two new pages. Not much in there but the intent, but there you are: Hands-on Security and Hardware Fun. Cheers, Bert