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The Art of War Applied To Software Development

Although politics and warfare have little to do with software development, just like politicians and generals, developers must lead subordinates, coordinate efforts between teams, find the best strategies to resolve problems, and administer resources.

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Traditional Industries Are Being Upended by Apps

Traditional Industries Are Being Upended by Apps

The major reason apps have been so game changing is that they have improved upon the ways people go about already doing things by not forcing people to change their lives. As long as app makers continue to keep that in mind, we are only at the beginning of the app revolution. Author: Veer Gidwaney

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Open-source software

The Culture of Open Source

by Adam Monago Adam Monago is vice president of digital strategy at ThoughtWorks. To learn more about ThoughtWorks ongoing contributions to the Open Source Software movement please visit When you hear open source software, what do you think of? Software developers hunched over keyboards, fueled by sugar and caffeine, or a recent request by

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Enterprise Desktop PC

Is it Time to Say Goodbye to the Enterprise Desktop PC?

by Ted Navarro The days of the enterprise desktop may be numbered. Traditional desktop deployments, with hundreds or thousands of mid-spec PCs running a usually outdated version of Microsoft Windows, are being displaced by DaaS (Desktop-as-a-Service) solutions that lower the burden of IT management. We’re all familiar with the benefits of SaaS and IaaS platforms,

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Enterprise data management
Cloud computing

The Cloud has Precipitated a Sea-Change in Enterprise Data Management

by Victor Brown As a recent article on Wikibon notes, the changes wrought by the cloud, Big Data, and the advent of technologies like MongoDB and Hadoop are hitting traditional database vendors hard. While Oracle and its competitors are still forces to be reckoned with in the IT world, cloud storage and data processing technologies,

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Creating Tablet-Friendly Blogs

by Beth Kindig The love of tablet computers is growing exponentially, according to a report by International Data Corporation. The IDC Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker shows a definite increase in shipments of tablet computers all over the world, with growth potential expected to outpace other devices by 2015. What does this mean for blog owners

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