Tag Archives: Web 2.0

June 9, 2009

Five things I learned at IBM’s Rational Conference

I haven’t been to IBM’s Rational Conference in a couple of years so I was very interested not just to see what IBM had to say about the changing landscape of software development but how the customers attending the conference had changed. I was not disappointed.  While I could write a whole book on the […]

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January 20, 2007

Why are Web 2.0 vendors dreaming about PowerSoft?

Recently I have been having dejá vu back to the days of PowerSoft. If you are old enough to remember, PowerSoft was the leader in making graphical development practical for the masses—rather than the object oriented gurus. Back in the early 1990s when PowerSoft’s product—called PowerBuilder—was in its heyday, it had been able to achieve […]

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