Tuesday, 26 June 2012

[TechRepublic] Development technologies that refuse to die

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TechRepublic Member | June 26, 2012

10 development technologies that refuse to die

Even as new tech drives IT forward, certain systems and languages keep the past alive. Here are 10 technologies that will be with us for a while. Read more

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Live Webcast: Turning Data into Business Insight with Analytics

Business analytics. If you aren't using them already, you should be. If you aren't even sure what they are, you'll need to check out this webcast. Discover how you can put your data to work and turn it into actionable business insight.

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Poll: Have you worked with NoSQL databases?

Justin James hears good things about developing against NoSQL systems, but he hasn't used such a database yet. Have you? Read more

Apply positive agile development roadmap practices in your organization

The view of agile development as a simple methodology shift is a predictor of failure, according to Rick Freedman. Read his four tips on applying positive agile roadmap practices. Read more

Using software personas for emotional design

User personas are a useful tool for user experience design and software development. Read more

Website conceptualization and information architecture (IA)

Ryan Boudreaux offers tips and tools to help you with Information Architecture -- a planning strategy for website design that ensures a well-organized and usable website. Read more

Windows Store for Windows 8 apps overview

If Windows 8 app development may be in your future, read about Windows Store guidelines, revenue percentages, registration, and more. Read more

Indian outsourcing: Why skills shortages persist despite the graduate glut

The boom in India's services has spawned the growth of new engineering colleges. Yet the outsourcing industry thinks too few of their graduates are up to scratch. Read more

Tech Career Expo and Dev Jam going on June 28-29

Market leading companies will be participating in this year's Tech Career Expo and Dev Jam in San Francisco's Moscone Center on June 28 and 29. Read more

Featured multimedia


Lego Turing Machine: The building blocks of computing in play

The Turing Machine, devised at the dawn of the information age, is a theoretical device that models how computation takes place. To mark the centenary of the birth of its creator, British mathematician Alan Turing, European researchers have recreated the machine in Lego. View on site

LEGO creations at Brickworld Chicago 2012

Brickworld Chicago was held on June 13-17, 2012. Take a look at some of the LEGO creations at this year's event. View on site

Today's recommended downloads

Live Webcast: Get Lucky: How to Put Planned Serendipity to Work for You and Your Business (Citrix Online)

Nemertes Research PilotHouse Awards: Servers for Virtualization (Hewlett-Packard (HP) & Intel)

Hyper-Mobility meets Security in the Corporate Environment (Kaspersky Lab)

Seamless Connectivity Across Your Organization (IBM)

IBM and a Smarter Insurance Industry (IBM)

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