Lean Code – Part 2

Our article on “Lean Code” strongly suggests that the principles of lean can also be applied to the realm of software development, applications, and more specifically, programming. Python has evolved to become a very popular and powerful programming language.  However, as mentioned in “Lean Code“, the performance of your application or program is as dependent on the skills of the […]

Lean Six Sigma – After the Fact

Effective problem solving, holistic process management, and data-driven decision making using a systematic and structured approach comprise the core elements and ideology of Lean Six Sigma, commonly referred to as LSS, and is premised on achieving the following four (4) goals and objectives: Reduce operational cost and risk Objectives: Increase efficiency Reduce or eliminate variance Increase revenue Objectives: Reduce or […]

Lean Code – Part One

Software applications exist to perform a wide variety of tasks and for any given task there are many applications to choose from.  As anyone who has visited an “App Store” knows, the number of available applications can range from a select few to thousands.  Your performance criteria provide a means of selecting the best application for you or your company. […]

SQL Performance Explained — Averlytics.com

“Use the Index Luke” is the free to read on-line version of the book “SQL Performance Explained“. If the book is free, why even mention the official “SQL Performance Explained” title for the hard copy? There are two primary reasons for purchasing a copy for my library. One is having a version of my own […] via SQL Performance Explained — […]