Our Acronym List

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35553211_mIf you want to communicate effectively, it’s important to be aware of one’s habits. My engineering team and I often speak/write in acronyms (you know.. TLAs) and it’s not good practice, at least not outside of a conversation between propeller heads.

We setup an official team TLA list and wanted to share it on our website. Some of these acronyms are truly inspired, others are obscure to say the least. Send us an email with any comments or additions to this list and we will fold them into our secret language.

Have a great day folks, ttyl!

Thomas

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Thomas writes about information systems and the transition challenges encountered when making a move to cloud computing platforms. He writes from a technical perspective for an audience of decision makers. The intention is to present practical guidance on how to embark on a conversion to a new, possibly consolidated, cloud based system.