One of the most common antagonistic relationships in the modern tech workspace (and arguably the dumbest), is the one between designers and developers. However, good, functional communication is possible, and here we will tell you how.
Recently, we released Carbon LDP version 5. New support for enterprise-class databases and clustering, among other features, make this our most significant release to date. At this milestone, I thought I would share the story of how and why we created the platform.
The most exciting thing about my job is being able to work with a variety of companies around the world. I’ve worked in the automotive industry, in the logistics business, with pharmaceutical companies, and with oil companies. And the one thing they all have in common is information overload.
As a society, we are seeing a shift from technologies that produced fixed physical outputs to technologies whose main character is that they can be combined and configured endlessly for fresh purposes.
Modernization is “the act of embracing the characteristics of present and recent time; being contemporary”. Contemporary enterprises need to adapt to becoming a responsive enterprise that moves from being on the web to being part of it.
These strategies come from work we have done at companies like KFC, UPS, PepsiCo and many others. They work for health care, energy, industrial manufacturing...anyone trying to use the web to communicate.