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What’s in a name : Reason behind naming of few great projects

This is in conitunuation of my previous post where i have listed the reason behind naming of several great projects.I have found some more languages , product and organization . Why ...
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Herding Apache Pig – using Pig with Perl and Python

The past week or so we got some new data that we had to process quickly . There are quite a few technologies out there to quickly churn map/reduce jobs on Hadoop (Cascading, Hive, Crunch, ...
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Promises and Deferred objects in jQuery and AngularJS

Series of articles about futures/promises without JavaScript would not be complete. Futures (more commonly named promises in JS land) are ubiquitous in JavaScript to the point where ...
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Fragmented projects and overcommitted people

In 2010 I wrote two articles on Burn-Out and exhaustion in software teams. Since then there were more and more articles of this kind printed in the major german press. Psychologists ...
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Why Open Source Software?

I decided to look at something everyone thinks we know well, Open Source Software (OSS)  and see what I discover. The child in me said; “Do it”. The Strange and Not-So-Strange ...
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What’s in a name : Reason behind naming of few great projects

Ever wondered about how the project , framework or product names are coined ? Why the particular name , what does it mean.Why name hibernate or hadoop or mule. Whenever i came across ...
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Enterprisey Developers, Acronyms, and Discrimination

Over the past few years my clientele shifted from a mix of mostly mid-market companies and a few startups to almost entirely startups, and that shift has resulted in a wider palette ...
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A case for putting off documentation until the end

I have a bad habit of putting off documenting my code as long as possible; it’s often my last task before I submit a pull request. And every time I’m slogging through hundreds ...
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Peer reviews for security are a waste of time?

At this year’s RSA conference, one of the panel’s questioned whether software security is a waste of time. A panellist, John Viega, said a few things that I agreed with, and a lot ...
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Your Password Is No Longer Secret, Part 1

Of course, the title is a trick. Your password is still secret, for now. To be sure that it will remain so, try to answer the following questions to yourself:How strong are your passwords? How ...
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