Information System (IS) is everywhere. From small market, medium company, and huge enterprise already use the information system. Nowadays IS is complex but it should simple as possible. IS product is everywhere, but the product has a short lifetime during the competition with others product, low agility with business process, and slow adoption to the new organization.
The short lifetime is not the only option. There is an opportunity for new ISV to learn and build local software that can be used for today and tomorrow. In this blog post, it is called as IS Development Patterns in Information Economic Era.
IS Developer Patterns for An Analyst
Learn the data structure technology, software architecture and business process first. Please focus with one domain of IS at a time. You can reach the other IS domain when your organization ready
IS Developer Patterns for Developer
Learn the SQL and database technology, select the right tool and right framework to keep your code and architecture is consistent
IS Developer Patterns for Designer
Learn the Web standard, UX for mobile technology, and tool that help designer and developer can work together
Learn more, you can grab the my presentation slide here http://sdrv.ms/JHKnX4
Noewaday, information system is not about how cool the technology, how cool the solution,or how cool the featutes. It’s about how the IS can sustain the changes. Everyday people works, innovates, and creates a new way of works. The want there is also adaptives. But IS is created from a bunch of related codes. Yesterday they said enough, but today they say nothing. Beside the others software type, IS is the most demanding software and the most adapotive in a changes. so how we fight the changes..? ALM is one of the answer…
In 07/01/2011, I will be invited to speak about IS in ALM Persectives. You can reach me at AMIKOM Building university from 09.00 AM till 12.00 PM. Special Thanks to Mr. Khusnawi and Mrs. Armadyah..
You can download the material below.
or you can read the article online here http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2661914/id-id
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