With surprise, I realized that Peter Deutsch's Eight Fallacies of Distributed Computing can also be applied to my daily commute
Gary McGraw's New Book Puts the Yin and Yang in Application Security
If your team is cross-training to Java, here’s a useful page to point them towards.
In trying to be more "mainstream-friendly", Java 6 exhibits an odd misunderstanding of a basic usability principle
SD West keynoter advises: Focus on developer empowerment.
Amazon made the first big product announcement to come out of SD West. And it's a whopper.
Ruby hype goes on the defensive, following comments by James Gosling.
Web users are naturally put off by marketing-speak, or "zombie copy".
''Business should be paying attention,’’ Gosling says.
There's plenty to evangelize about with desktop Java right now; and the Sun developers aren't shying away from the challenge.
Supporters Rally 'Round the OASIS Standard
If there’s a constant in this month’s issue, it’s that big-time enterprises are looking for service-oriented architectures to give them the ability to float and sting like Ali.
Gartner analyst Ray Valdes recommends orgs focus on usability and user-centric design from the start of any AJAX project.
Business execs, shadowed by electronic and paper trails, are demanding better software quality assurance. The challenge is defining quality metrics that developers and enterprise users can agree on.
Enterprises are moving beyond simple process automation. Increasingly, managers want to own more of the business process and have the ability to change it. Are today’s development tools up to the task?
Newly extended enterprise resource planning systems
give developers the flexibility to use ERPs as application development platforms for building service-oriented architectures.
As Michigan Electric Transmission Company
prepares to take over its outsourced operations in
May 2007 from service provider Consumers Energy,
customer recordkeeping and better data management
are at the top of the startup’s IT list.