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The Big List of 256 Programming Languages

The holiday season typically brings lots of vacation time for people. Instead of sitting around and being lazy, why not take the time to learn a new programming language? I am not ...
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Mobile Development Job Trends – 2012-08

Today we have the last installment of the job trends posts, mobile development job trends. Everyone is talking about mobile development because it really is the future of interaction. ...
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Programming Language Job Trends – 2012-08

It is a little late, but it is time for the summer edition of the job trends for traditional programming languages. The languages in this update have not changed for a while as we ...
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Confusion As A Usability Defect

As a software engineer, you should always be looking for the location of the next defect or at least clues that something is wrong. The problem is that most developers have been trained ...
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Why Should You Become A Software Engineer

Like any normal blogger, I obsess about my blog. How much traffic am I getting? Where is the traffic coming from? What search terms are leading people here? The search terms are most ...
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Tips For Developing Multilingual Software Applications

Why is software localization important? The very nature of software applications means they can usually be accessed, bought and downloaded regardless of geographic location. The World ...
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15 Tenets For The Software Engineer

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 ...
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