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I like the concept for this info graphic, but I'd have to swap Java for Go and Python for Smalltalk, so maybe I'll do my own (up to date) version sometime.
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BA, or business analyse is the practise of finding, specifying and implementing solutions to business operational needs. It’s the nuts and bolts of what we do at software guru, so it’s high-time we blog about it. A Business Analyst is someone who is…
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Many people tell me that they would like to learn programming, and ask my advice on how to get started. I started programming so long ago — constructing BASIC programs on a BBC micro at primary school in the eighties — computing has obviously changed…
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Often software guru consults on a  project where web design is a feature. A business could be launching a new product, or it could be a time to freshen up their website, to pull it kicking and screaming into the 21st Century with responsive design and…
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What does Custom software mean? Custom Software, sometimes bespoke or tailored software, is software developed for one particular purpose, normally for one particular user. That’s not to say custom software, once developed, cannot find a broader use.…
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What is joined-up data? You’ve probably heard of the phrase joined-up thinking. Well, joined-up data is really the same thing: different departments having a free exchange of data. An example of a system with joined-up data would be the following: Imagine…
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A client that the Software Guru helped a few years back was Bristol Cleaning, a window cleaning company established in Calgary, Alberta. When the Software Guru first assessed their workflow, Bristol Cleaning was a growing concern. They were using excel…
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