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Louis Gray wrote two posts this weekend that were related, but were not planned to be so intertwined. The first post was regarding the lack of interoperability of applications using the same basic data. As an example, if you look at the basic address book program, you likely cannot export the data in order to […]

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We have sites like Facebook and FriendFeed that allow you to like comments or posts. We also have services like Glue that allow you to like things. Both of these are mashed up with social networks as well. With all of these services, you are just recommending things to your network and only the sites […]

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A few weeks ago I talked about what a software engineer may do for design tasks. Today, we are going to take a step in a slightly different direction and look at how projects are planned and what a software engineer may do during planning. If you are just starting out as a software engineer, […]

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I am not one to tell people to make new year’s resolutions because they tend to be vague and generic in nature. However, it is a great time to plan your goals for the year. The question is how do you know if you are successful? First, lower your expectations and change your definition of […]

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