Monthly Archives: June 2011

Succinct list of why teams fail.

This post isn’t about a technology but I read J. D. Meier’s post about Why Teams Fail and just had to share it.  We all have been there, in those dysfunctional projects.  J. D.’s post is a succinct list and … Continue reading

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Handy SQL

Most developers write code to go against databases and often when doing performance testing and analysis, you can find yourself with a error something like “The transaction log for database ‘blahblah’ is full.”.   And many times this can come at … Continue reading

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The world is about to change

After a huge effort to find the right path, the languages team have found a way to make the leap to the next generation of computing environments!  For anyone who wants performance and scalability you simply must checkout Herb Sutter’s … Continue reading

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Going against the grain

When most development leads are pressing for unification of development methodologies, Ivar (one of the three behind UML) makes a good point against that.  This is definitely worth your reading time.

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