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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 10/14/11


5 10 14 11It'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 post this week, How Steve Jobs Unwittingly Changed Mobile Development, please check it now. When Jobs created the App Store concept, he changed everything.

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And here we go with this week's links:

It's not the coding that's hard, it's the people - Computerworld

With research showing so many projects failing, is it time for a softer, gentler Agile programming approach?

Beyond the Buzz: Actual Global IT Adoption Trends -- CIO Update

What's hot in IT? Hint it's not really the cloud and mobile, at least if you can believe the results of a recent survey of technology trends.

Will cloud security ever be sufficient? - ZDNet

One veteran technology writer, who gets flack every time he writes about the cloud, wonders if cloud security will ever be good enough for the doubters, nay sayers and general cloud haters.

Should Your Company Adopt a Standard Browser? - Input Output

Here's an interesting question; should your company have one browser to rule them all, and would your users even stand for that? Of course, standardization is an easier path, but it bucks the IT consumerization trend where users are picking their own tools.

Moneyball for Software Engineering - O'Reilly Radar

The recent release of Moneyball, the movie based on the book about how Oakland As' General Manager Billy Beane introduced statistical analysis to baseball, has more than a few people wondering if this could apply to other fields, like say, software development? What's next? Fantasy software leagues?

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