Robert V. Binder

Robert V. Binder’s Blog and Professional Portfolio

Business and Technology. Technology and Business. These horses have pulled my chariots to many places.

I’ve blended serial entrepreneurship and state-of-the-art software development throughout my career.

I see opportunities and solutions, envision solutions, and then deliver high value systems.  more … 

Let’s build the next big thing.

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  • he Chariot Race, c. 1882. Alexander von Wagner 1838-1919. Oil on canvas, Manchester Art Gallery.

  • Chariot of Apollo, fountain at Versailles

  • Quadriga from the frieze on the Vase of Vix

  • Justitia, Roman goddess of justice riding a chariot.

  • Chariot Hero’s Square Monument, Budapest, Hungary

  • Garamantian Horse Chariot depicted in Rock Art at Tin Annenouin, Tadrart Acacus, Libya, Sahara.

  • Greek frieze, hitching horses to a chariot

From the Blog

Can defective software be safe or secure?

Let's distinguish between systems where the hazards of failure are material (critical) and those that are not. If it bugs... more

Poster,

How Agile development is being eaten by the Testing BackBlob and what to do about it

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Another Day, Another $440 Million

We don’t need a miracle cure for rogue algorithms. More regulation will not prevent them. Proven software engineering and testing will.

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Abstract global networks

The confluence of many technology streams made today’s Internet. It is now so ingrained in daily life that it is hard to grasp what an immense project it has been.

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