Low-Code/No-Code: Citizen Developers and the Surprising Future of Business Applications drops in early November.
“Nobody comes here anymore. It’s too crowded”
Thoughts on platform perversion, The Church Lady, and doing the right thing, consequences be damned.
A trip to the Genius Bar brought back some interesting memories.
In my first post of the new year, I chime in with thoughts on how one can serve as a critical point of differentiation in the war for talent.
No, yesterday’s updates won’t eliminate multi-tasking. Make no mistake, though: Users will spend less time toggling between and among disparate applications.
In The Author Flywheel, I open up my book of author hacks developed and refined over the past twelve years.
More tech isn’t the solution. Pick a lane and stay in it.
Another valuable edition—and feature that makes the comparison to e-mail even more absurd.
I dust off my old HR hat in today’s post and drop a reference from The Wire.
Yeah, we want things to return to normal. Tech-wise, however, that mind-set is a mistake.