Category Archives: Software Development

rtom #4 – Building a Rules Engine

This is a follow-on from “RealTime Offer Management” (RTOM) series of posts, the first of which can be found here.  A complete list of articles in this series is included at the bottom of this post.     When first visualising … Continue reading

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rtom #3 – Approach to Data

This is a follow-on from “RealTime Offer Management” (RTOM) post published on 19th November 2016 which can be found here. The incentive for building the RTOM application was in looking at how to implement an Event Enabled Enterprise (E3) in a … Continue reading

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rtom #2 – Design Overview

This is a follow-on from “RealTime Offer Management” (RTOM) post published on 19th November 2016 which can be found here. Before diving into the details of what I ended up building, I want to document the overall “grand plan” and … Continue reading

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Real Time Offer Management

A year or so ago for family reasons I needed to head back to Europe from a fantastic job at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.  The experience of working in an Integrated Resort (Hotel, Casino, Retail, Conference Centre) is one that … Continue reading

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Software Build v Buy

During a recent discussion I was asked if I was a supporter of “buy” or “build” philosophy for software solutions. Whilst I think this is an unusual question as I feel you should evaluate each software component on its merits, it is … Continue reading

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The “App” Driven Enterprise

If there is anything that the iOS and Android Smart Phone era has taught us it is that people like easy to use (single purpose) well thought out app’s.  The ability to use a clean fresh interface to manage one … Continue reading

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