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From Top to Bottom – TDD for Web Applications

I am a “testing fanatic” but I don’t understand test-driven development. Or so I thought. I have read a few books and numerous blog posts about it, and all of them have one major ...
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Still banging on about Quality

The last couple of blog entires have been a public investigation – personal think – about software quality – see What is Software Quality? and Software quality? Thanks ...
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How To Start With Software Security – Part 2

Last time, I wrote about how an organization can get started with software security. Today I will look at how to do that as an individual. From Development To Secure Development As ...
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The Economics of Open Source : Seek Free Code. Find Innovation.

In the past, many technologists had to evangelize open source within the enterprise. We had to justify its use, reassure executives about security, ability to support, etc.  Recently, ...
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MIME Explained

Sometime it happens that we use or refer to a software term or technology a lot of time without being very familiar with it. MIME is one of those terms for me. We use MIME standards ...
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CAP is not just for your head

Today i like to write about an important theorem in distributed computer systems. I’m sure you notice the subject of this post is about CAP  theorem (also known as Brewer’s theorem). Eric ...
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What is a software quality?

If any of you have heard me speak in a training session or conference you’ll know I am found of quoting Philip Crosby: “Quality is free!”. Crosby was talking from a background ...
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When is Enough, Enough?

This summer, I had the pleasure of chatting with a distant cousin who was traveling through town. He is a retired project manager from NASA, but they keep bringing him back as a consultant, ...
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Systems that Run Forever Self-heal and Scale

I recently saw a great presentation by Joe Armstrong called “Systems that run forever self-heal and scale” . Joe Armstrong is the inventor of Erlang and he does mention Erlang quite ...
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Is Java Riskier than C/C++?

Lately, I’ve heard a number of folks discussing whether Java development is riskier than development in C/C++ (from here on out, I’ll just refer to “C”). They’re not ...
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