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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 10-11-13

  
  
  

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by Ron Miller
Ness Blogger 

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 most recent post, Mamas you may want to let your babies grow up to be programmers, please check it out. Eric Schmidt predicted this week that smart companies will have programmers embedded inside them or lag behind competition, and that's got to bode well for programmers.

And without further delay, here we go with this week's links:

9 of the hottest mobile development skills | CITEworld

Not a huge fan of slideshows, but this one tells a story of the hottest mobile skills out there in an entertaining way. You know you're curious.

The CIO, CTO, and Managing 21st Century Assets | Word of Pie 

The CFO manages money. The CTO manages technology assets. What does the CIO manage? This writer thinks information should be managed as a valuable asset too, but that's not usually the job of the CIO.

The Web at 20: What's in store over the next two decades? | Computerworld

Technically it's the web browser which turns 20 next month, but without a browser, most of us couldn't have used the tool Tim Berners-Lee thought up. This piece looks back and at how far we've come.

Three lessons from Netflix on how to live in the cloud | Network World

Netflix runs all of its customer-facing business in the cloud, specifically using Amazon Web Services, so when they talk about how to manage your business in the cloud, it might be a good idea to listen.

5 ridiculous tech fees you're still paying | ITworld

Nobody likes to pay money they don't have to. If you're looking for ways to save a few bucks, and who isn't, you should check out this article because you might be paying for something you don't have to. 

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