Adrian Bridgwater

Adrian is a technology journalist with over two decades of press experience. His primary focus is dedicated to examining software application development issues. He also has a special interest in open source, data analytics and data intelligence, cloud computing, mobile devices and data management. He has worked across print media, newspapers and television.

Going deeper than cosmetic application analytics for ‘flawless’ applications

Robot recruitment ‘replacing’ humans, who’s next?

Robot recruitment ‘replacing’ humans, who’s next?

AI-driven recruitment firm Sense uses the Iguazio MLOps platform to power its Sense AI Chatbot, an intelligent automated recruiting assistant that speeds the hiring process and provides ‘uncompromised personalisation’. So, does this...

Minima blockchain chief: how to live in Web3

Minima blockchain chief: how to live in Web3

As we start to think about Web3 with its prolific use of decentralised distributed ledger technologies such as blockchain, ‘simply’ peppering in some decentralisation does not necessarily guarantee graduation to this new tier - the...

Snowflake data principal: the birth of the ‘new’ CDO

Snowflake data principal: the birth of the ‘new’ CDO

The first (Jurassic period) chief digital officers (CDOs) were mostly focused on the state of enterprise data from a security, privacy and storage perspective with just a few thinking about data policies and analytics - today we sit...

Does your company have an integration strategy?

Does your company have an integration strategy?

The need to integrate things, people, teams, resources, business units, offices and everything in-between presents itself as a corporate imperative all the time - but integration platform specialist MuleSoft is making a case for a...

Pegasystems CTO: No silver bullets, low-code software dos & don’ts

Pegasystems CTO: No silver bullets, low-code software dos & don’ts

We’ve known low-code software shortcuts in one form or another for many years before the current revolution. Pegasystems CTO Don Schuerman reflects back on this technology’s current guise and helps to provide a few low-code dos and...

Escaping operational black holes with unified ‘full-fidelity’ observability

Escaping operational black holes with unified ‘full-fidelity’ observability

As tech leaders now look to gain deep and granular tranches of management control across their IT estates, there is a reasonable (if not compelling) argument for questioning the form, focus and fidelity of our observability viewpoint...

Calling time on enterprise scale real-time services

Calling time on enterprise scale real-time services

The enterprise use of real-time applications and data services is growing in importance, but getting it right requires a lot of software engineering time and money – can C-suite executives justify the expense of trying to build home...

Why the C-Suite needs to care about data engineering

Why the C-Suite needs to care about data engineering

As the digital grease-juggling engineers that make up our DevOps teams now work an explosion of data tools across complex & fragmented workflows, can database management specialists like Percona improve the data engineering team’s...

Couchbase CTO: IT change is a transformative business asset

Couchbase CTO: IT change is a transformative business asset

Couchbase - a company known for its open source, distributed multi-model NoSQL document-oriented database software package optimised for interactive applications - shares its views on the transformative forces driving enterprises to...

ThoughtSpot defines shape of the modern data stack

ThoughtSpot defines shape of the modern data stack

We are now being sold so-called ‘modern cloud’ systems, modern application platforms, modern approaches to AI and modern data and modern data analytics - so what makes data analytics modern and what ingredients go into this new mix?

Appian World 2022: How to be a low-code partner

Appian World 2022: How to be a low-code partner

Low-code software application development company Appian used its annual user convention to showcase a now widely-standardised industry partner awards celebration – so is this just a case of inevitable corporate backslapping &...

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