Articles By Chad Dickerson

The IT talent ‘crisis’

The IT talent ‘crisis’

If recent empirical and anecdotal evidence is any indication, computer science is about as trendy with college students today as...

May 8th, 2005 Chad Dickerson
The ones that get away

The ones that get away

A couple of years ago, just down the street from InfoWorld's offices in San Francisco, an undistinguished establishment became a...

February 27th, 2005 Chad Dickerson
What it takes to get ahead

What it takes to get ahead

As a technology columnist and working CTO, I get my fair share of requests for career advice from former colleagues...

February 27th, 2005 Chad Dickerson
Is Wiki under your radar?

Is Wiki under your radar?

Lots of attention has been paid to blogging and its relation to traditional media. But I've been more interested in...

November 8th, 2004 Chad Dickerson
Open source or outsource?

Open source or outsource?

One of the proverbial back stories of IT operations has always been the battle between the "suits" and the "techies."...

October 25th, 2004 Chad Dickerson
Dreams of a service-oriented B2B integration

Dreams of a service-oriented B2B integration

A project I’m working on here at InfoWorld (U.S.) reminds me of the packaging of a brand of bagged ice...

September 30th, 2004 Chad Dickerson
Readers weigh in on IDEs

Readers weigh in on IDEs

Should your developers use an IDE to develop software? If you think that discussion ended years ago, think again. The...

September 12th, 2004 Chad Dickerson
Dreams of service-oriented B-to-B integration

Dreams of service-oriented B-to-B integration

A project I'm working on here at InfoWorld (U.S.) reminds me of the packaging of a brand of bagged ice...

September 6th, 2004 Chad Dickerson
Is my job still relevant?

Is my job still relevant?

All of us in IT are in the unfortunate position of having to justify our existence. Recently, I assembled a...

April 14th, 2004 Chad Dickerson
Add courage to list of innovative IT needs

Add courage to list of innovative IT needs

Every now and then, an ambitious technology project rolls around that requires investigation of a technology area with which you...

February 29th, 2004 Chad Dickerson