Too Small to Fail

The phrase “Too big to fail” became familiar during the 2008 fiscal crisis when multiple large financial institutions, notably Lehman Brothers, AIG, and Bear Stearns, all began to fail simultaneously, threatening the US economy. For those of us in the

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Tales of Technical Debt

There is an old joke in the software business, one that I have told way too many times, so what’s one more? Q: What is the definition of legacy software? A: Anything that works The client-server versions of The Raiser’s

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NXT is here and it’s time to upgrade

This is the first part of a series where I will share some observations about the software market focused on non-profit organizations. Over the new few weeks, I will dig into issues like technical debt, risk mitigation, OLTP vs. OLAP,

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