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How to win or fail when writing software: A car analogy

I realized a common analogy would be a useful tool to help non-engineers and non-developers… why not a car? A modern vehicle is a feat of engineering. Rolling down the highway at ...
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JavaOne 2012: Difficult Decisions

It was recently announced that the JavaOne 2012 Schedule Builder is now available. I have signed up for my first cut at sessions that I will attend, but found myself experiencing the ...
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Application Scalability: Still elusive for Enterprises Apps

The advent of the Consumer Business application like Facebook, Twitter has changed the definition of Application Scalability. Decade back 10 million+ was a large user base, Facebook ...
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Immediate gratification v/s delayed gratification in context of Software

This topic cuts across many different disciplines. But here I want to discuss it in context of software development and its process. Its a proven fact that when an individual focuses ...
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WSO2 Identity Server: Identity Management platform

WSO2 Identity Server provides a flexible, extensible and robust platform for Identity Management. This blog post looks inside WSO2 Identity Server to identify different plug points ...
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Best approach to software development

Today, talking about doing a big design up-front (BDUF) sounds a bit ridiculous, right? Who would do that? That’s not craftsmanship, is it? However, in the past, that would be ...
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What makes parallel programming hard?

Multi-cores are here, and they are here to stay. Industry trends show that each individual core is likely to become smaller and slower (see my post to understand the reason). Improving ...
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Fixing Bugs that can’t be Reproduced

There are bugs that can’t be reproduced, or at least not easily: intermittent and transient errors; bugs that disappear when you try to look for them; bugs that occur as the result ...
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Enterprise SOAP Services in a Web 2.0 REST/JSON World

With the popularlity of JSON and other NoSQL data standard formats, the complexity and in some cases the plain verbosity of XML formats are being shunned. However, XML and the abilities ...
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Bug Fixing – to Estimate, or not to Estimate, that is the question

According to Steve McConnell in Code Complete (data from 1975-1992) most bugs don’t take long to fix. About 85% of errors can be fixed in less than a few hours. Some more can be fixed ...
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