More articles by Jim Minatel
Gain an understanding of why data types and type checking are so important in programming.
Discover what variables are and how they can help you.
Learn how patterns incorporate developer experiences for better software reuse.
Building software using principles from manufacturing factories is the next step in software development efficiency.
Hide your code from prying eyes.
See how hackers turn armies of users' PCs into an attack force and trick naive users into giving up sensitive data.
Despite differing intentions and motives, a hacker by any other name is still a hacker.
What are spyware and adware and are they a danger to your computer?
Here is a term that is getting a lot of press lately. Find out what it is and how it can effect you.
The first step to protecting yourself from viruses, worms, trojan horses, and other threats is understanding them.
Should You Build Your Own SuperComputer from Spare PCs using Grid Computing?
Discover how the SALT (Speech Application Language Tags) specification pairs speech with HTML, XHTML, and XML.
See what the key components of a framework are and learn why there's more to frameworks than .NET Framework, Struts, and Cocoon.
What constitutes a 'smart client' and what programs or languages are involved?
If you are not already familiar with the term Business Intelligence, now is a good time to start learning.
Take a look at XAML (Extensible Application Markup Language.) XAML is the codename for a new Microsoft markup language used to create UI elements for client applications in the forthcoming Windows release codenamed 'Longhorn.'
Do you want to get involved in the heated conversations around the water cooler? At the very least, you need to understand the term Open Source and what it means to the software industry. Here is where you start.
Here is your chance to catch up on one of programming hot topics... Generics.
Designed to pick up where HTML left off, XHTML extends information even further.
RSS feeds are popping up everywhere! Learn what RSS is as well as how you can use and provide your own RSS feeds.
Learn the defining concepts behind Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).