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My view of the Progress/Savvion deal

… for what it's worth 🙂 There's plenty of talk today about the deal where Progress Software Corporation (PSC) is buying BPM vendor Savvion for about $49million – Sandy Kemsley brought it to my attention last night (in Australia) via Twitter,...

The irony of talking about annoying software …

ZDNet in the UK has an amusing article about some of the most annoying pieces of software we might come across in our PC/Mac/whatever adventures. What’s really amusing about it is that it’s on a site where they split an article over 11 pages to maximise...

Email Jail Bail

Just in case you haven’t been following it, a couple of months ago, Luis Suarez of IBM decided to attempt “giving up email“. Now his point wasn’t to give up email completely, but perhaps restrict it’s use to the purposes it serves best,...

A tale of two conferences

As some of you know, early last week I was at Progress Technology World, a techie love-in for Progress’ OpenEdge, Sonic, Actional and Apama products. Disclosure: I was there to present a customer case study of the project I’ve blogged earlier, so...

The gauntlet thrown down …

Dennis has issued a challenge in a comment on my post about FreeAgent Central: find 100 people in Australia willing to give FAC a try, and there’s the carrot of not only an Australian version, but 6 months free subscription to the service to participants. All...

links for 2007-03-23

Soyatec – Open Solution Company: UML for Eclipse and BPMN designer Played with it when it was still Omondo – not bad then, should be better now (tags: uml eclipse plugin software via:hortovanyi) Share this:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new...