Over the years, I've had a number of opportunities to manage projects based on open source frameworks. The subject of managing these sorts of projects is vast, but in this post, I will share some of my experiences that I hope will be helpful to you. During our lifetime, the transition into the “information age”, also [...]
Silicon India Magazine recently featured Olive Technology as one of the 20 Most Promising IT Services Companies of 2015 (June 2015 edition). Silicon India Magazine, in print since 1997, is the publication of Silicon India, a network of over 5 million Indian IT professionals. They have featured leading Indian IT influencers like Microsoft's CEO, Staya Nadella. We are honored [...]
...the idea that we are here for something bigger than just business is why the company was founded by Joseph Vijayam, Olive Technology's CEO
Investing in technology that is already obsolete is a bad business strategy. In the second post of this series, we’ll explore an obsolete way of developing web apps as well as a transitional approach that has become popular. It’s important for you to understand these two paradigms of web application development to truly understand the benefits the next [...]
Here's a Scrum Master tip - if you can't make time for orphans, you need to reorder your backlog.
Colorado Springs, CO – Olive Technology, Inc. (www.olivetech.com) announced the acquisition of Denali7, LLC. Brandon Lee the Managing Partner at Denali7 will be Olive Technology’s new Chief Sales Officer. Denali7 over the past 7 years has helped clients such as Toyota, Honda, and the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, create efficiencies and greater success [...]
How do you know you're building an application for tomorrow rather than one that meets the needs of the past? In the next couple posts I'll cover the evolution of website technologies in three broad stages so that you can get a better handle on what you should expect if you are developing a new web application [...]
Focusing on price instead of value can cost you more than the dollars you save. Learning to evaluate a project based on value, not price, is a key to succeeding in outsourcing your software development.
We live in a connected world where information is abundant, travels fast and changes rapidly. We have come to expect our interaction with digital devices to also be instantaneous. The world around us is expected to respond at "the click of a button."
For most companies involved in the development of hardware and software solutions, delivery of the product marks success. "High fives" are exchanged and product managers say "sabash!" to those who worked diligently in making the screens do the bidding of the end user.