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What the Heck are Non-Functional Requirements?

  Simply put, if functional requirements create code that will address the needs of the end-users (customers), then non-functional requirements address the needs of the people ...
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When Source Code Comments Indicate Trouble

Developers have their own, cynical kind of humour. Consider, for instance, Geek and Poke’s view on how to insult a developer. But there’s a better humour than posting stuff on a ...
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Insidi-DoS: Internally negotiated, self-image-damaging DoS

What’s more damning and ego-bruising than an external DoS (denial of service) attack? Why, an internally inspired one of course. Which self-respecting company would do such a ...
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Technology Decisions Are About Trade Offs and Solving Problems

At some point in the last decade we hit the inflection point where distributed systems, and all their complexities, became the common reality. Maybe it was the need to change how we ...
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Can we learn to restrict our work to a budget?

I’ve previously talked about the idea of shifting from estimates to budgets. The fundamental point of this article is that it’s more useful to control costs than to predict costs. The ...
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Software demand curve

Returning to my series of posts applying the tools of economics to software development – Supply & Demand in software development, Software supply over time and Software supply ...
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Native vs Mobile Web vs Hybrid applications

We have decided on developing a mobile application, but what type of application ? There has been an ongoing debate with legitimate pros and cons of developing a Native app or a mobile ...
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What Open Source is (and isn’t) and why you should use it?

Open Source software plays a big role in the Java ecosystem (just think Maven, all the libraries in Maven Central, Gradle, OpenJDK, Ant, Ivy, Eclipse, Ant and so on). There is also ...
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Common excuses a Developer makes when a feature doesn’t work [And how to avoid them in the future]

I always feel that Developers should have an attitude for development, which I have detailed in the blog post Attitudes of a Great Software Developer.  But generally when it comes ...
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Acceptance Testing: Blaming the Tools

About 5 years ago I was on a project to build a system for collateral management. The system was connected to a large financial network, and got its instructions through standardized ...
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