I’ve just release Pocket Requirements version 1.1.1 and it’s available on Google Play Store. Till now, it’s targeted for Android 5.0, but I’m working to support Marshmallow (6.0) and insert different translations. For more info, visit the app page on Google Play Store (logo below) or check my portfolio entry.
This is my brand new blog. I always continue updating my original one (Bonaccorso.org), however I’m going to post here articles related to various IT aspects like: Software Engineering, IT Project Management, OOA/OOD/OOP, J2EE, Enterprise and Mobile Architectures and, of course, funny stuff about my job! Photo credit: fundamentals of industrialization – desktop background wallpaper via photopin (license)
Many years ago Arnold Zuboff wrote a novel (republished into The Mind’s I) which “main character” was a biological brain; but not a normal, compact one: it had been split more and more times, from two big parts since billions of smaller cells. Of course every single neuron was connected to other ones just like in a whole brain, so its complete functionality was preserved and the result of all interactions could be still considered as a real personality. In a period of monolithic applications the concept of global distribution was surely treated as a possible but irrational reality, however, even if with a bit of humour, such a novel does explains something that is currently happening with different characters but the same identical roles and functions. Network society is now so rooted in our life that almost nobody is able to “feel” its daily action; maybe the majority of us are careless, […]