Entries tagged review

Why Outsourcing Yields Successful Projects

Twenty-four years at this game gives you some perspective, as you gaze through your graduated lenses. I started out in a team-based, custom-software-development consulting company. And for the past eight years, I’ve been happily working at another — Jonah Group. In between, I worked for product companies, financial institutions, and …

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Tips to ensure your wireframing efforts aren’t wasted in vain

Wireframes are an invaluable tool in our development lifecycle. For those unfamiliar, a wireframe is a low fidelity mockup of the user interface. Wireframes are great because they describe how the user interface (software, web page etc.) is going to look and feel without investing a lot of effort on …

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Spring Roo: thumbs up or just another tool?

When I went to QCon San Francisco 2009, I attended Spring’s Roo presentation by Rod Johnson. I have been interested in what Spring Source develops for a few years now; I have used the Spring framework and went to a training course as well, so I was really interested to …

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QCon SF 2009 Review

Back in November 2009, I attended the third annual QCon conference in San Francisco. QCon first started 3 years ago in London, UK. Another edition of the conference took place this year in California. The conference lasted for 3 days with sessions organized around the following topics: Agility, Architecture, Java, Ruby, Cloud Computing, Emerging Languages and SOA.

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