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Getting Back to Business


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You might have noticed there has been a bit of lag between blog posts on the Ness SPL blog recently. That's because we have been making a transition to a new staff blogger and I start today.

As before, we want this blog to be a venue for discussion about subjects that are meaningful to us as a company including:

  • Mobile development
  • Agile and Scrum
  • Cloud Computing
  • Engineering Effectiveness
  • Test Automation
  • Travel

As the staff blogger, I will write posts that surface why these subjects are important to today's technology leaders. Don't worry, you won't be getting a sales pitch in this blog--just good, solid information with a focus on the high-level ideas behind the products and services we sell, not the products and services themselves.

As before, we'll have Ness personnel as guest bloggers like Neil Fox, VP of Strategic Consulting writing about engineering metrics and we'll continue to see writing on the travel industry from Glenn Gruber, AVP, Market Development, Travel Technologies. And we hope to have other guest writers too because the more voices you can hear about the subjects and ideas we hold dear, we believe the more informed you as our readers will be.

We'll also continue to bring you our weekly feature, Five for Friday, with five great links to articles around the Internet that are relevant to you and the subjects we write about.

Most of all, we want this to be a place where people can share and discuss these broad ideas. A blog is most of all a conversation between the contributors and the readers. We hope you'll comment and even push back if you don't agree. The only thing we ask is that you remain civil in all our communications.

This is the continuation of a journey that Ness began last year and we hope it provides a platform that's not only a source of useful information, but also a community where we can share ideas. 

Let's get started.

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