Web Applications are used for many different things, but in today’s economy I’m hearing of more cases where people are creating or using web applications to keep people honest. More so than ever we want to keep accountable so that we aren’t paying more than we should for services.
Yesterday I took a brief look at some websites and applications for organizations in preparation for my talk today with the Lions. Here is what they had to say about it.
One idea I had was to allow users to have their entire desktops living on external servers. This would allow them to access everything including files and programs from anywhere they had internet access. There are a few Citrix hosts out there, but they generally only support major applications and are fairly expensive.
The ball has just dropped in Times Square! Welcome to 2009. This year is going to be a year of change and discipline. Whether we or our clients succeed or fail will depend on our attitude and behaviors. We need to have a positive outlook and a constant desire for improvement. This will require using any setbacks whether they be technical or business related as lessons for improvement. Application development provides a great opportunity for this as well. Here are a few lessons I’ve learned from 2008 that I want to carry into 2009.
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Have an awesome year!