February is obviously job trends month here, and we have another installment. Today, we are looking at NoSQL job trends. In the previous installment of NoSql job trends, there were eight products included. In this edition, I have included Riak due to a recommendation in the previous post and the amount of buzz I have […]

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During the discussions surrounding my post about web and scripting language job trends, a question was raised regarding a comment made about Ruby and Rails: Obviously, Ruby and Rails are tied together, but seeing the growth trends starting to separate is a good sign for Ruby as a standalone language. What I did not realize […]

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Before I get to the book review, I wanted to mention a basic note about book reviews. In the past I have reviewed books in a less than traditional manner, focusing on how they could be used in a startup. I will probably be receiving more titles to review, so a more traditional review is […]

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Traditional requirements gathering tends to focus on the data inputs, business requirements and data outputs. Obviously, in order to have a system that functions correctly and reliably, these needs must be met. However, in traditional software development, the user interface is typically thought to be something that we can change as we learn about the […]

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Much to my dismay, I read that Twitter has stopped whitelisting applications. What does this mean? Ryan Sarver updated everyone on the Twitter development Google Group that developers could no longer request to be granted a higher number of API calls through the API. This does not apply to the streaming API, because that API […]

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