Category Archives: analysts

Why is Software Engineering so hard ?

As pro bono President of Engineers Ireland for the last 12 months,  one of the privileges of the work was to prepare and give my “Presidential Address”,  in fact on numerous occasions across the country and in London. I chose … Continue reading

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Speech to Fine Gael National Conference 2010

This morning,  I was an invited speaker at the Fine Gael National Conference in Killarney,  at their session on “Getting Ireland Back to Work”.

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“Transforming Irish Industry…”

Michael Henning wrote an interesting posting just before last Christmas,  on the challenges of creating 160,000 new jobs in the Irish economy.

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