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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 10/21/11

5 10 21 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, HP and Oracle Hope to Make Sense of Big Data, please check it now. When HP and Oracle bought enterprise search vendors recently, it wasn't a coincidence. They are both hoping to help your company make sense of the increasing amounts of data in the enterprise.

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And here we go with this week's links:

Signs That You're a Bad Programmer - Software Engineering Tips
Do you have an inability to reason about code or a poor grasp of your language's programming model? Guess what? You could be a bad programmer. Read more to see if you are afflicted with this ailment.

If Agile Software is a Cop Out -  Content Management Connection

One writer thinks that Agile development might actually ignore business needs and sees BPM (or business process management) as the next possible way for developing software in the enterprise that meets business requirements (but could lack high-end development requirements). Interesting theory anyway.

Five Ways to Ensure Your Geeks are Happy and Productive- Input Output

If you work around developers or IT pros, you might want to read this article on ways to keep your geekiest workers happy and productive (and yes, one of them involves large amounts of free caffeine).

IT Work is Nothing Like a Coal Mine - TechTarget

This author thinks saying IT work is like working in a coal mine is no more accurate than calling illegal file sharers pirates. He thinks it's ridiculous. Do you?

If Android Feels Wrong, I Don't Want to be Right - ZDNet

Veteran technology writer, Jason Perlow says Android may lack the sex appeal of iOS, but he would still prefer a heterogeneous system to a homogeneous one. Do you agree?

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