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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 4/15/11

  
  
  
21349339 c85070f1af mWelcome back to our weekly feature where we scour the Web searching for five great articles of interest to developers and IT pros.
 
If you didn't see our post this week from Neil Fox on Optimizing Your Development Process, you really should check it out. It's an entertaining and informative read, chock full of techniques and recommendations.
 
And now for your reading pleasure, this weeks links:
 
Cloud Opens Up Innovation for IT — CIOUpdate.com
 
What does the transition to cloud computing mean for the CIO job function? It's definitely changing. To find out how, read this article.
 
Feature Creep (cartoon) - Software Quality Connection
 
You've all been there. What started out as a nice concise plan ballooned a little, then a little more. This cartoon captures that situation perfectly. A fun, Friday guffaw.
 
That Developer's Salary is Bigger than Mine! — Datamation.com
 
Are you measuring your worth against your colleagues? Should you be? This post takes a look at the classic developer pay dilemma with humor and aplomb.
 
Application Security: Much More Than Secure Development Frameworks - Security Blog
 
That old bugaboo application security is rearing its ugly head again and you better be paying attention. This article delves deep into how to build application security into your development process and explores some classic techniques.
 
Stumbling Towards Agile - Software Quality Connection
 
You've heard about Agile. You know it's a good approach, but as a Waterfall shop, you're a little frightened of the transition. Remember, it's not just a philosophy, it's a whole new way of doing business and you have to be prepared at every level of the process.

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