Like many software developers, I have toyed with many languages over the years. Some languages have grown in popularity and others have waned. Today, I would like to give thanks to those esoteric, arcane, rare and industry changing languages in a nice A-Z listing. Some are old, some are new, some are popular, some are […]

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Many people talk about the things a software engineer needs to know in order to be successful in their job. Other people talk about the traits needed to be successful. Typically, these posts may read differently but there are many similarities between the two posts. In reality, a software can never really be successful without […]

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When Google Reader made its recent changes, the first thought many people had was what RSS reading options were there? I think many of those people complained about the lack of the old sharing and the loss of RSS feeds for peoples shares. This means that the people who used Google Reader were not really […]

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How quickly we forget what the dark ages of RDBMS was like. Researching NoSQL solutions is not much different than researching RDBMS software in the mid-90s. Each solution had their problems, some of them severe, and most of the problems would be fixed within a few short release cycles. So, the current problem is how […]

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I have talked about human filters and my plan for digital curation. These items are the fruits of those ideas, the items I deemed worthy from my Google Reader shares. Two Important Events in the NoSQL World I hope you enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on those sites. Given the changes […]

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