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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 6/10/11

  
  
  
Route5A smallIt's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.

If you missed our two other posts this week, please check them out. First Glenn Gruber looks at what to expect from the next version of Windows in Windows 8: Major Changes Ahead and we also look at the unique analytics needs of pharmaceutical companies in Pharma Needs to Extract Business Benefits from Analytics.

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Without further delay, here are this week's links:

Why is the Facebook API so crappy? - Bozho's tech blog

One programmer's frustration with the Facebook API boils over in this brutally honest portrayal of his daily grind. As he says, he's not here to rant, but to tell it like it is.

5 Most Commonly Overlooked IT Revenue Enhancements - Input Output

In a time when just about every IT department is facing tighter budgets, it's always helpful to find ways to save money and this post describes some areas you can attack for cost-cutting measures.

6 Tips for Beginning App Developers - Software Quality Connection

If you're used to programming for the big screen, you may be in for a surprise when you make the switch to mobile app development. This post looks at some practical ways to help you understand the differences and make a smoother transition to the new development environment.

Managing Your Data When It’s In the Cloud - Forbes

You can't just dump you're data into the Cloud and wash your hands of it. As with anything else in IT, data management in the Cloud takes planning and this post discusses how to go about it.

C’est Magnifique: Google to Offer Paid Version of Translate API - programmable web

In my post last week, Data Could Be the Next Frontier for IT, I mentioned the lack of a paid access to Google's Translation API, and sure enough, Google then announced a paid version. Go figure.

Photo by Tomma Henckel.
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