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  1. The state of C++ education in 2021 - 2021 March 10

    The state of c++ education in 2021 is still disturbingly substandard in many places.


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  2. Legacy networking protocols - 2021 February 26

    There used to be a number of networking protocols created by vendors, many of these aren't used at all anymore.


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  3. What are "no code" solutions? - 2021 January 09

    Yet another rebranding maneuver has come up in the automation/RPA space lately. Some vendors and consultants have started calling power user software with GUI's "no code" solutions.


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  4. Good developers care about their tools - 2020 October 15

    Good tools are important and organizations that shut down progress on this front don't succeed longer term.


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  5. The decline of the average level of experience in the software industry - 2020 September 11

    The average number of years of experience for people in the tech industry, particularly IT and software development, has fallen in the last few years. This is mainly due to the rapid rise of popularity of this industry


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  6. The future of automation products - 2020 July 21

    What does the future of automation products look like?


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  7. The great RPA rebranding - 2020 July 21

    Computers and the IT industry have literally been built directly on top of automation. As such, Robotic Process Automation (often referred to by the acronym RPA) is perhaps one of the most interesting rebranding stories that the IT industry has ever seen.


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  8. Automation has a narrow window of recognition - 2020 July 20

    Automation has a narrow window in which it is recognized. Too far back and things are taken for granted and too cutting edge means things are not proven or not known about at all. This leaves only a small window in time where people immediately recognize successful automation projects.


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  9. History of the automation industry - 2020 July 19

    Computers and the IT industry have literally been built directly on top of automation. So why did it take so long for automation and more recent branding of the industry Robotic Process Automation (often referred to by the acronym RPA) to go mainstream?


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