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This is the ninth in a blog series on the Future of Programming. Last time I talked about the potential problems with Agile (or other) development methodologies that assume all code forms part of a single stream - i.e., that... Read More..
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My last post to this blog generated strong responses. This is hardly surprising when you consider how many organizations and individuals have a vested interest in the survival of the BPMS: Analysts have a lucrative business in providing feature comparisons,... Read More..
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In recent posts I have been considering what sort of software is required to properly and securely support human collaborative work - and giving examples of situations in which current tools and techniques fall down.  Here's one with which we... Read More..
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In recent posts I have been looking at the issues, particularly of security, facing people who try to put support in place for human collaboration that crosses organizational boundaries.  In particular, though it is now widely accepted that a process-based... Read More..
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If you've been following this blog series on improving the security of collaborative work - congratulations.  You're still here!  I am well aware that the ideas presented so far not only run counter to accepted IT wisdom, but challenge assumptions... Read More..
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In the last posting to this blog, I discussed a massive security problem for the modern organization: how to collaborate safely with business partners, in what might be called "human-driven" processes. I went on to propose that the root of... Read More..

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