Subscribe to our blog
Connect with Ness
Posts by popularity
The Two Agile Programming Metrics that Matter
Gartner Hype Cycle Report Predicts HTML5 Still Years Away
Microsoft getting squeezed between Chromebook and iPad
Facebook Abandoned HTML5 -- Should You?
Browser vs. App Argument Is A Non-starter
Study Finds Freemium Model Generates Big App Store Revenue
Flash May Not Be Dead, But It's Not Feeling Well
Metro Doesn't Mean the Immediate Death of .NET
O'Reilly: Future is about data, not software algorithms
Adobe is Being Disingenuous with Flex Developers
Browse by Tag
adaptive agile (6)
app development (73)
application development (40)
augmented reality (2)
best practices (24)
Big Data (20)
business agility (6)
business intelligence (4)
career development (1)
chief technology officer (2)
cloud adoption (26)
cloud computing (84)
cloud security (14)
collaborative technology (3)
content management (1)
content platform (1)
education technology (8)
Engineering effectiveness (11)
Enterprise IT (46)
Friday 5 (36)
global software development (13)
information security (3)
open source (32)
performance improvement (6)
product development (7)
social analytics (1)
Software as a service (6)
software development (68)
staff retention (3)
technology market segmentation (2)
test automation (3)
travel industry (17)
travel technology (19)
web development (5)
Software Engineering Services Blog
5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 9/16/11
Posted on Fri, Sep 16, 2011
It'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 other posts this week,
Interview with Rackspace CTO John Engates on Cloud Computing
Should You Hop on Microsoft Metro
, please check them out now.
If you like what you see here, please consider subscribing and if you have something to say, please feel free to leave a comment and let us know what you think.
And here we go with this week's links:
10 Essential Differences Between HTML4 and HTML5
- Developer Drive
We all know by now that HTML5 is clearly the future of the web, but what are the key differences between HTML4 and 5? This post tries to sort that out for you.
The Four Levels of Agile Requirements
- Agile Training
Requirements may seem like a clear enough word, but everyone from the client to the development team seems to interpret it differently. This post attempts to provide a clear definition of the four types of requirements and includes a handy diagram to help you along.
Rapid Systems Provisioning: VMs and Cloud
- Input Output
New tools make provisioning virtual machines in the cloud a heck of a lot easier than in the old days giving you pinpoint control over where, when and how to deploy them.
Java Is #1 In OpenSource …And Still Climbing
- Adam Bien's Weblog
Would you be surprised to learn that Java is the number one choice of open source developers? Check out the graph in this post to see what other options developers are choosing.
Stupid, Stupid Client
- UX Magazine
The client is always right, even if when they seem totally clueless about their own product.
- xkcd cartoon
Even after all these years, it seems Sneaker Net beats all other options for transferring large files. Sad but true cartoon from the always brilliant xkcd.
Photo by Tomma Henckel Used under Creative Commons License.
blog comments powered by
Error sending email
Email sent successfully
Email To :
Your name :
Message : (maximum 200 characters)
© 2013 www.ness.com