LTL Articles


Restoring Trust By Aviv Ben-Yosef

Let me share one of the open secrets of consultants: sometimes, a big part of our work relies merely on listening to people in the […]

ArchitectureProductivitySoftware Engineering

The Relationship Between Software Architecture And Business Models (and more) By Nick Tune

As an architect, how often are you thinking about business models? If every significant architecture decision has business consequences, then knowing the business model and […]


Bucketing your time By James Stanier

Life as an IC, or as a manager of ICs, usually follows a predictable cadence. Perhaps you plan your time and your activities around fixed […]

AgileArchitectureSoftware Engineering

Why Microservices? By Christina Ljungberg

Microservices is a way of separating a system into smaller autonomous parts. This can be done in many ways, but I’m most into the event-driven […]

AgileDigital TransformationProductivity

How to find levers of change in your company By Rob Lambert

In order to Release Agility in your organisation you’ll need to instigate programs of change. Change is always happening, but Releasing Agility needs change that is directed, […]

CloudDataDevOpsDigital TransformationSoftware Engineering

Wasabi and AWS S3 – A Comparison By Robert Hook

Wasabi is a very interesting and compelling competitor for AWS S3… but also potentially a superb collaborator. What are Wasabi and S3 though? Stripping these […]


How to make remote employees more productive By Dominic Monkhouse

Unprecedented. A word we’ve heard a lot over the past year. It’s been used to describe the restrictions to daily life, the scientific response and […]


How AI can be bought closer to patients – the options and the ethics. By Jason Engelbrecht

  Cancer is not a single disease but rather a collection of over 200 illnesses which share a combination of underlying environmental and genetic causes. […]


Emotionally Coping with Redundancy By Chetan Hirani

It’s not easy. if it was, I’d be lying. BUT there is a solution to it all which will leave you driven and determined more […]

ArchitectureSoftware Engineering

Should We Create a Shared Service? A Decision-making Checklist By Nick Tune

One of the key decisions we need to make in software architecture and in our organisations is when and where to create shared services and […]


Time for a Resolution? By Harvey Neve

This time last year I wrote about new year resolutions, taking control and how this links with values and beliefs. Have a quick read or […]


Credit Science: the new discipline we’ve created to redefine borrowing for the Missing Middle By Sean Hunter

When it comes to commercial lending, credit analysis is an essential part of the process. Banks use it to assesses the ability of a business […]


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