I wonder if the teenagers building websites today on myspace etc will regret their decisions 10 years from now. I surely would have regretted today if I had blogged on “some” of my experiences in grade school through college. I don’t want 10 years from now when I am up for a executive job to […]
The panel included Jeff Nolan, Ross Mayfield , Charlene Li and Jeff Clavier. I have attended similar events over the last year or so and I can see that their is clarity of views on Web 2.0 amongst the experts. The audience range from clueless to the Web-2.0-is-rich-UI-for-the-web crowd to a few people that really […]
Oracle unveiled the impressive progress it has made with its Fusion initiative. They showed complete end-to-end application built using Fusion Middleware. The two-fold approach includes: SOA Middleware Application functionality improvements Oracle is committing to enhance existing applications. (Personal Opinions expressed here. These opinions do not represent opinions of any companies organizations.)
Many companies grow their revenues and profits through acquisition. Recently a spate of acquisitions have included Skype, Siebel, PeopleSoft, etc. The key points for the acquring companies are: Has the (large) company stopped innovating? How will the innovations by the acquired company be leveraged? Is it a new line of business and profits will mainly […]
Oracle acquired ProfitLogic. A Pricing Engine with functionality that includes dynamic pricing. I feel that my previous post was a good hunch of things to come.
Its interesting to watch. Lots of smart people doing lots of dumb things that eventually create mediocre business value to the customer with a blase experience for the end-user. Attended a seminar by Adam Bosworth He made some excellent points about the worlds of databases (RDBMS) and the web-at-large. He did not think that RFID […]