If money solved all problems, Indian cricket team should have been unbeatable for at least the last decade. The game is a religion in India, and brings more money to BCCI, the players, the coaches and so on. I was amazed at how many cricket academies have cropped up in India since I have livedContinue reading “Indian Cricket – living proof that money does not solve problems”
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Some Reflections On Blogging
As I took time off in December, 2011 (which probably would not have happened if I did not have an enlightening set of conversations with Dennis Howlett) – I had an opportunity to reflect on a lot of stuff. And one of it was on my blogging. I am a sucker for numbers (Continue reading “Some Reflections On Blogging”
Will SAP be completely Hardware Agnostic in future? I am betting it won’t be.
Josh Greenbaum posted this blog making a case for HW independence for SAP. http://insiderprofiles.wispubs.com/article.aspx?iArticleId=6265 . Josh needs no introduction, and I am a huge fan of the guy. But on this topic, I respectfully disagree with him. I do agree with Josh in that the Apple analogy is not exactly applicable to keep HWContinue reading “Will SAP be completely Hardware Agnostic in future? I am betting it won’t be.”