Cool new features in the next version of Windows (see TechCrunch) which Bill Gates has announced for next year (see an older post from Mary-Jo Foley).
See Joe McKendrick about the SOA and Mashups.
See Michael Krigsman about 5 ways tp prevent IT failure.
The 5th way:
"Scope creep. Lack of preparation typically begets the
kitchen-sink syndrome, where project leaders add in every kind of
feature and the kitchen sink to boot."
Maybe sometimes you want some scope creep:
Working in a IT project is exciting.
But who likes roll-outs? Annoying customer calls and the boring maintenance phase starts.
Why don't postpone this to the infinity?
Michael Arrington said a couple of day ago: "Twitter: Something Is Technically Wrong" and Jason Calacanis reiterates: "take my money for less down time"
See Larry Dignan about Rails and Twitters scaling problems.
I'm a IT-guy in Hamburg, Germany