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Innovators and Laggards: The Technology Landscape of 2019

Innovators and Laggards: The Technology Landscape of 2019

By Dr. Jim Walsh

In the 1960s, sociologist Everett Rogers produced a roadmap showing how innovations are adopted and, eventually, become obsolete. Later, author Geoffrey Moore wrote a book called “Crossing the Chasm” that detailed how companies and technologies succeed or fail to progress from “early adopter” to “early majority” status. Moore’s work further popularized Roger’s categories, and words like “innovator” and “early adopter” have become a firm fixture of the Silicon Valley and world-wide technology vocabulary.

What Makes A Software Architect?

What Makes A Software Architect?

By Dr. Jim Walsh

Mobile apps often have many screens and features, so how do you know where to look when there’s a performance issue? Learn the fastest, most efficient way to profile your mobile app.

Aphorisms for Software Management

Aphorisms for Software Management

By Dr. Jim Walsh

What does Yogi Berra have to do with software? GlobalLogic's CTO, Dr. Jim Walsh, explains the connection between aphorisms and software management.

It’s Not About the Features

It’s Not About the Features

By Dr. Jim Walsh

According to GlobalLogic’s CTO, Dr. Jim Walsh, Tesla vehicles are the epitome of platform-based systems, which prioritize the ability to change and adapt on a continuous basis.

Enterprise Social Networking is NOT Social Networking

Enterprise Social Networking is NOT Social Networking

By Deepak Gupta

Our VP of Technology shares how he first launched GlobalLogic’s enterprise social networking platform five years ago, and how it is benefitting the company now.

A Great Idea Isn’t Enough

A Great Idea Isn't Enough

By Dr. Jim Walsh

A key benefit to working with a company like GlobalLogic from a CTO / VP Engineering perspective is that it can essentially eliminate the risk of staffing and delivery.

Innovating from the Inside Out

Innovating from the Inside Out

By Yuriy Landgraf

Over a period of 12 weeks, thirty-eight teams from around our global offices worked on original proofs-of-concept, from apps that addressed internal pain points to products that integrated into one of our customer’s roadmaps.

GlobalLogic Helps Save Lives

GlobalLogic Helps Save Lives

By Dr. Jim Walsh

In GlobalLogic marketing literature we claim that GlobalLogic helps save lives. The good news is that there is truth in our advertising.

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