Tag: COBOL

Here we go again. You probably have heard, since it’s been reported everywhere, that American Airlines was grounded Tuesday, leaving passengers stranded for several hours due to a “computer glitch” in the reservation system. Because of the glitch, gate agents were unable to print boarding passes; and some passengers described being stuck for long stretches on planes on the runway unable to take off or, having landed, initially unable to move to a gate.

Keep an eye on legacy apps, COBOL’s not dead!

Money isn’t everything…yeah, right!

There are few, if any, who are so idealistic in this world that they will actually believe money isn’t everything. It doesn’t matter if it’s the scheduled time for a television show or a high-level decision to produce a controversial product, the motivation is money.

Crash Course on CRASH Report, part 3: Technical Debt
p>Last week, CAST issued a report on the summary findings of its second annual CAST Report on Application Software Health (aka CRASH), which delves into the structural quality of business application software. The report has earned significant coverage throughout the technology media, including InformationWeek, InfoWorld and Computerworld, as well as the Wall Street Journal.

A Crash Course on CAST’s New CRASH Report

  • Crash Course on CRASH Report, part 3: Technical Debt

    Money isn’t everything…yeah, right!

    There are few, if any, who are so idealistic in this world that they will actually believe money isn’t everything. It doesn’t matter if it’s the scheduled time for a television show or a high-level decision to produce a controversial product, the motivation is money.

  • A Crash Course on CAST’s New CRASH Report

    p>Last week, CAST issued a report on the summary findings of its second annual CAST Report on Application Software Health (aka CRASH), which delves into the structural quality of business application software. The report has earned significant coverage throughout the technology media, including InformationWeek, InfoWorld and Computerworld, as well as the Wall Street Journal.

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