5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 5/6/11
It's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature, 5 links for Developers and IT Pros where we scour the web looking for five interesting links to share with you.
Earlier this week, we published The Growing Importance of a Data-Driven Social Strategy where we discussed how to develop a strategy for monitoring and understanding data about your organization coming from the public social stream. If you haven't read it yet, please check it out. If you have any thoughts about our work here, please feel free to leave a comment, and if you like what you see, please consider subscribing. On with this week's links: Cloud is Making Software Vendors 'Schizoid' — CIOUpdate.com If you're a traditional on-premises software vendor, the move to the Cloud has to making you just a bit crazy. After all, it's not as though you can just switch to a hosted a model. It's not that simple and you have to find a way to navigate the changing market.One year after iPad: Is Adobe Flash still relevant? - ZDNet.Steve Jobs didn't make a lot of friends at Adobe when he published his now famous Thoughts on Flash memo last April. At the time it sparked a debate about issues of using Flash on mobile devices. It's been a year, and while many tablet vendors are trying to differentiate themselves from the iPad by supporting Flash, veteran tech journalist Jason Perlow wonders if it matters.Why You Need ‘Social Media Versions’ of Your Resume - Climbing the IT LadderIn an increasingly social world, as IT pros and developers look for jobs, having a social resume is becoming more important. This article looks at the different options available to you to begin to show your stuff online.25 Agilists to Follow on Twitter - Software Quality Connection.If you're into Agile (and who isn't, right?), and you use Twitter, check out this list to find 25 great people to follow who can give you links and information each week on Agile.3 Signs That You’ve Been Coding Too Much - Agile Zone.Have you been coding too much? You probably know who you are, but if you need help determining if you have been afflicted with this condition, this post may be for you.
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