The side effects of “seamless” work life integration

The smart people that I listen to have been saying for some time that I should think about the issue of “work life balance” more as work – life integration and it will be easier to make sense that way . Their infinite wisdom was that I will find a lot of useful things thatContinue reading “The side effects of “seamless” work life integration”

Low code – how much of the promise can it really deliver ?

This blog you are reading is written on a “low code” system – it is a wordpress blog where I have not used any custom coding at all. I could have – and I am an experienced developer. And yet I chose to not even touch html or CSS because it works for my limitedContinue reading “Low code – how much of the promise can it really deliver ?”

Nothing but gratitude for both India and USA

It was August 9, 1999 when I left my home in a train for Mumbai with a suitcase I borrowed from my aunt . I was home sick within about twenty minutes into that two day train ride, but also very excited to join TCS as a trainee in their Borivali campus – called theContinue reading “Nothing but gratitude for both India and USA”

A strictly personal take on multi cloud

This is one of those topics where my employer IBM has a vested interest and consequently I need to state upfront that what I say below is strictly my own views from my limited view of the large enterprise world. My personal experience over the last couple of decades has been in the very largeContinue reading “A strictly personal take on multi cloud”