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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 8/26/11

  
  
  
5 spainIt'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 post, August 2011: The Month That Rocked Technology, please have a look now. With all the big news this month from Google, Apple and HP, it's worth taking a moment to try and put it into perspective.

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And here we go with this week's links:

The most stupid C bug ever - elpauer
The title says it all in this one as one programmer tracks down what he considers the stupidest C bug he's ever encountered. Click through to find out what it was.

So, you want to manage a cloud with open-source software? - ZDNet
Yes, there is a way to manage your cloud infrastructure with open source software. Veteran technology journalist Steven J Vaughan-Nichols explains.

5 Tips to Cutting Hidden IT Costs - Input Output
Who is not looking to cut costs these day? These tips may give you some insight into areas ripe for cost cutting that you might have missed.

Hybrid Cloud Integration: Looming IT Challenge - Internet Evolution
As we move forward in the evolution of cloud computing, this author argues that the biggest challenge facing IT will be how to integrate public and private clouds into the IT infrastrstructure and she just might be right.

Perhaps That Programmer Training Course Is Too Compressed… (cartoon) - Software Quality Connection
And finally a bit of humor for Friday. I think we can all relate to this one as training budgets get cut, trainers try ever harder to include more and more in their courses, but maybe it's gone too far... Very funny.

Photo by Tomma Henckel Used under Creative Commons License.
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