Software is not a building

Throughout my career, I've often been asked what I do for a living - a common question often resorted to when meeting new people in a social setting. Most of my social network outside my immediate work environment don't utilise software for much other than emails, web browsing and word processing, so the answer "software … Continue reading Software is not a building

The problem with semantic integration

I was recently asked about 'semantic integration' in the context of a technology solution relying on a more or less centralised design and validation approach. But before we get to that, let's get some background details defined. Integration is the process of achieving interoperability between two or more applications. Interoperability is the ability to share … Continue reading The problem with semantic integration

Showcase your company at Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference 2010 in Sydney

Passing on the message from the APSEC 2010 Organising Committee.... The Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC) will be in Sydney from 30 November to 3 December this year. There has already been an exceptionally good response for technical and scientific papers (more than 150 submitted) and we have three excellent key-note speakers confirmed. We are … Continue reading Showcase your company at Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference 2010 in Sydney