Vinnie Mirchandani is a been-there, done-that guy. He thrashes high-priced, sunset tech companies like SAP and Oracle, writes about the Saas competitors that outflank them, and pitches his tent with a group of like-minded bloggers that call themselves the “Enterprise Irregulars.”
They write well, but there’s a problem with Mirchandani and his fellow irregulars: They’re entirely too regular.
They are regular bloggers writing on regular topics. We get a regular “disrupt SAP here” and a regular “look at this cool new browser app there” world for them. They’ve missed the entire WPF transformation. They drink yesterday’s Kool-Aid.