Joseph Gulla

Joseph Gulla




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  • Let’s Focus on Ops
    October 22, 2018
  • The Future of Jobs in IT
    October 15, 2018
  • Jobs in IT are Very Diverse
    October 8, 2018
  • Who Does What Job in IT?
    October 1, 2018
  • Skills, Experience and Accreditations for Project Management
    September 24, 2018
  • The Significance of Open Source

    This week, I am continuing this series on important ideas that have helped to shape IT in the modern era. The evolving development and use of open-source software is one of those very powerful ideas. Let me explain.

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    Posted: August 13, 2018 |

    The Significance of Internetworking

    This week, I am continuing this series on important ideas that have helped to shape IT in the modern era. Internetworking, or more simply put, an internet, is one of those very powerful ideas. Let me explain.

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    Posted: August 6, 2018 |

    The Significance of Computer Architecture

    This week, I am continuing this series on important ideas that have helped to shape IT in the modern era. What do we mean when we explore significance in an IT context? Computer architecture is one of those very powerful ideas. Let me explain.

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    Posted: July 30, 2018 |

    The Significance of Shared Services

    This week, I am beginning a new series where I explore an important idea that has helped to shape IT in the modern era. What do we mean when we explore significance in an IT context?

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    Posted: July 23, 2018 |

    Valuable Sessions Continue on Day 2 of the 2018 ECC Conference

    In this post, I am sharing with you the complete program for Day 2 of the 10th annual Enterprise Computing Community (ECC) conference. I am also including my notes in the form of a brief description for the sessions that I attended, including both the keynote and different concurrent sessions. The sessions on Tuesday were stimulating and valuable and I was excited to be able to present my materials in the 11:40 a.m. to 12:10 time slot.   

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    Posted: July 16, 2018 |

    Welcome to Day 1 of the 2018 ECC Conference

    In this post, I am sharing with you the complete program for Day 1 of the 10th Annual Enterprise Computing Community Conference. I am also including my notes in the form of a brief description for the sessions that I attended, including both the keynote and different concurrent sessions. The sessions on Monday were interesting and useful—certainly among the best you can experience from a technology conference. 
     

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    Posted: July 9, 2018 |

    The 2018 ECC Conference Is Over, but it’s Still On My Mind

    For the fourth year in a row, I had a chance to fly to New York, take to train to Poughkeepsie and then a cab to Marist College for the 10th Annual Enterprise Computing Community Conference. The event was vibrant for so many reasons. The conference started Sunday evening with a reception at the Marist College Historic Cornell Boathouse. There were interesting keynote speakers, solid technical presentations, demonstrations and student and academic panel discussions on Monday and Tuesday. In addition to these conference activities, other matters made an impression. Let me explain.

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    Posted: July 2, 2018 |

    A Final Favorite: The Incredibly Useful and Expanding World of Computer Applications

    This week, I have another “favorite thing” that I hope you will recognize and appreciate: computer applications. 

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    Posted: June 25, 2018 |

    Middleware Is a Favorite Thing

    This week, I have another “favorite thing” that I hope you will recognize and appreciate: middleware, the great amplifier of programmer productivity and application usefulness.  
     

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    Posted: June 18, 2018 |

    Another Favorite Thing: Programming Languages

    This is the second post about what I would characterizes as “a few of my favorite things,” like the lyrics in the movie—you know the one. Last week, I wrote about “the machine.” Let me continue this week with programming languages. The importance of computer languages is now well-understood and appreciated as applications happen because programmers write code to create them. More than 18.2 million programmers  are writing code today. 

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    Posted: June 11, 2018 |

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