5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 11-9-12
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.
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And without further delay, here we go with this week's links:
What Hooters Can Teach You About E-Discovery | Yottabytes
Who would have thought we would ever put together Hooters and eDiscovery in the same sentence, but it turns out Hooters is at the center of a very key legal decision about use of predictive coding in electronic discovery work. Go figure.
We Need Data Democracy | Architects Zone
This opinion piece about Big Data is spot on. While we need more data scientists of course, what we really need is better tools to allow regular business users to process and understand huge amounts of data without having to have a Ph.D.
Remote desktop apps: The great tablet equalizer | ZDNet
It's easy to dismiss the iPad and other tablets as simply devices for consuming content, and while they are very good at that, this writer argues that you can create content too, and if you have remote desktop software, you actually turn your tablet into a full blown computer.
Step Away From the Screen | Develop in the Cloud
This designer offers developers a bit of advice and suggests stepping away from the screen and thinking about your design/development issue the old fashioned way. Maybe take pen to paper and storyboard your idea first before you ever write a line of code.
Cleaning Out The Turkey Coop: Life After Getting Rid of Incompetent Employee | HP I/O
When you let that incompetent employee go, it's easy to think your problems left when the door slammed against their butt on the way out, but an incompetent employee can leave behind issues that can linger long after you revoke their security credentials.
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