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Aezion | Custom Software Development Dallas,texas

Aezion provides Custom Software Web Application Design and Development Services, Mobile Applications Development Company, Open Source Development and Business Solutions, The Aezion team...

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20 Sep 2017
by Aezion Technologies

Android Application For Berardi Immigration Law Firm

I am looking for a team of android application development, which can build an app for my immigration law firm. I am an immigration lawyer in Ontario helping Canadians immigrating to USA. For...

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09 Jul 2017
by Rosanna Berardi

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30 May 2017
by Sammy Jose

Thanks Giving

Thanks for maintaining this forum for students like us. We are learning Data Science Training in Hyderabad and following this forum with great discussions about the subject.

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30 May 2017
by Sammy Jose

Opened New Office In Beaumont Alberta Canada

Cancron inc. is a incorporated in Alberta Canada who offers Seo Services Edmonton PPC, Digital Marketing and Online brand awareness. ​Cancron inc will provide you with an innovative web 2.0...

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13 Feb 2017
by Gurjinder Singh

How To Get Emergency Cash For Some Help

Its really hard to get emergency cash while you have no option how to get that. Red payday is canada based payday loans vancouver lending companyhat help us to get out of this type of sitiuation.

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25 Jan 2017
by Red Payday

Cloud Document Management

Cloud document management is an online cloud storage platform for businesses. It not only organize or secure documents but shares the control access which helps to retrieve documents quickly...

13 Oct 2016
by Johns Bohan

Outsourcing In India

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11 Mar 2016
by Austin Kohli

Fine Line Advisors Cloud Consulting Services

Fine Line Advisors develops an actionable cloud computing strategy and roadmap that helps you make the right decision for your needs. Cloud Consulting Services

05 Nov 2015
by Jesse Henry

The Operating System Is Dead, Long Live Containers

Computing has undergone radical changes in the past decade, with the advent of tables and smarphones, the emergence of Cloud computing, software based networking, and OpenStack and other...

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14 Sep 2015
by Paul Stanton

Custom Software Design, Denver

Latitude 40 is a group of experienced software engineers, web application developers, mathematicians, business analysts, and general IS professionals dedicated to producing world-class custom...

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30 Mar 2014
by Manik Alom

Clean Linen Furniture

Linen is a all-encompassing appellation acclimated to call any amount of alloyed textiles. Technically, absolute linen is fabricated from beat fibers. Inexpensive and light, linen is acclimated...

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17 Oct 2013
by Schousgeben Green

Dealing With Legacy: How Do You Decide Whether To Start Afresh Or Just Update The Old Code?

I haven’t met a software engineer yet who likes digging into someone else’s code to fix bugs or add new functionality. It is always a challenge to understand someone else’s...

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03 Jul 2011
by Michael Surkan

I Nominate Apple As The Least Developer Friendly Platform Company

With all the news around Apple’s developer conference this week (and the iCloud hype), I couldn’t stop from thinking about all the complaints I’ve heard about the company...

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05 Jun 2011
by Michael Surkan

Long Live Proprietary Software!

As much as I love Open Source initiatives the predications of the end of proprietary software are off the mark. At the end of the day, someone still needs to make money from creating software....

22 May 2011
by Michael Surkan

Multi-core App Support – Is It Worth It?

With all the hype around multiple core CPUs, and the growing theoretical horsepower of new chips, the fact that it can be fiendishly hard to build software that takes advantage of multiple...

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15 May 2011
by Michael Surkan

Whither The Microsoft Web?

As my company continues to migrate our web service away from Microsoft technologies to Java, Linux and Open Source we keep discovering that some things are just harder to do in Open Source....

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08 May 2011
by Michael Surkan

A Breed Apart: Kernel Developers

There are programmers and then there are kernel programmers. Building software that runs at the kernel level, deep in the bowels of operating systems, has always had a mystique. The relative...

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01 May 2011
by Michael Surkan

The First Thing We Do Is Shoot All The Pms…

As a lowly program manager I am feeling pretty unloved just now. We had yet another rancorous engineering team meeting today in which program management (i.e. me) was pretty much told to shut up...

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17 Apr 2011
by Michael Surkan

Webinar Wednesdays

Welcome to SEPForum.net Webinar Wednesdays! This is a series of informative on-line presentations where Software Engineering Productivity group members share their knowledge and expertise with...

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10 Apr 2011
by Michael Surkan

To Offshore Or Nearshore? That Is The Question!

In recent years, outsourcing has emerged as a viable means for an organization to contract out a business function, that was previously performed in-house, to an external vendor/provider. The...

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04 Apr 2011
by Michael Surkan

Ms Dynamics Crm

Blog regards MS Dynamics CRM. Most posts about MS CRM 5, but you will can find here posts regards CRM4. I survey subjects like: C#.NET plugins development, CRM customizations and...

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22 Mar 2011
by Michael Surkan

Sep Podcast Quick Start Guide

This Quick Start Guide gives an overview of the steps, and tools, used to start making podcasts for the SEP podcast show. If you have additional questions or need help, just ask your questions...

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08 Mar 2011
by Michael Surkan

Podcast Your Way To A Job With Sep!

If you are interested in finding a job or advancing your career, SEP is proud to announce the ULTIMATE networking tool to all its members: podcasting! We will be offering FREE training and...

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27 Feb 2011
by Michael Surkan

Have Developers Gotten Fat And Lazy?

There was a time when software engineers would spend months constructing highly efficient code in machine language, carefully watching every byte used. Nothing was left to waste. The difficulty...

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20 Feb 2011
by Michael Surkan

Should Engineering Compensation Be Tied To The Long Term Success Of Code?

One thing which has always troubled me about the software projects I’ve worked on is that the people who write the code at the beginning rarely have to live with it years down the road when...

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13 Feb 2011
by Michael Surkan

Are Excellent Developers Really Worth 10 Times More Than Mediocre Ones?

When it comes to coding productivity how much does the skill, and ability, of the developer count? Are the very best developers worth 10 times the value (or more) of an average one? Over...

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06 Feb 2011
by Michael Surkan

The Joy And Pain Of Open Source Development

As the small software company I work for embarks on its effort to switch from Windows and .NET to open source and Java the results are mixed. We are just thrilled (and stunned) to see the quality...

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30 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan

Does Code Review Automation Really Improve Quality?

This white paper talking about how Frequentis used tools from Coventis to improve their software quality, and enforce best-practices, has gotten me wondering if code review automation might...

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23 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan

Can Agile Methodology Be Applied To All Software Development Projects?

I’ve been involved with software development for many years and very rarely have I ever seen “agile” process methodology work out. Could this be because of the nature of the...

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17 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan

Don't Let Your Children Grow Up To Be Developers

This is tongue in cheek, but I think the question about what careers we would recommend our children go into is a valid one. Is software engineering still a career we would suggest young people...

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16 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan

Is There A Future For Microsoft Applications?

When I heard that Bob Muglia was leaving Microsoft I couldn’t help but think about how many of the companies I work with are abandoning Windows servers. Even the software company I...

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13 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan

Podcasting Your Way To A Job

This isn't directly related to software engineering, but I wanted to pass on a video I made about how podcasting can be a great tool to help find a new job or even find customers (for those...

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12 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan

What Trends To Expect For Mobile In 2011

As we move into 2011, it is good time to look at some trends in the Mobile space that we are likely to see more of in the year. The action that is happening in the Mobile space is tremendous...

11 Jan 2011
by Michael Surkan