A Java developer discusses the years of certification, training and development that have shaped his career -- and the lessons he learned along the way.
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Find out the role developer degrees and certifications can play in a self-taught developer's career -- and what a lack of them can mean for others.
What are the intangible, often unwritten qualities that hiring managers want in their developer candidates? Read on to find out.
Subversion and Git are the most popular open source version control systems, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Which one is right for you?
Find out what the three main types of developer degrees are.
Find out which certs offer developers the most professional relevance and career advancement potential.
A recent developer survey reveals the top three challenges that developers face on projects.
Predicting which IT certifications will be valuable in the future is never easy, but these five certs show promise for tomorrow.
In today's environment prototyping your UI can be paramount. This article will show users how to use the Microsoft Expression Blend 3 prototyping tool and discuss the differences between static, interactive and convertible prototypes.
Programmers should look for the lazy way to solve a problem. Laziness is an unquantifiable myth.
Learn how to explicitly define the principles upon which your IT organization stands and practical advice for putting them into practice.
Writing technical documentation can be a daunting task. Let Bob Reselman show you the way to writing great engaging technical documentation.
If you wonder why you are hearing so much about the chaotic Agile methods lately, this is the article for you. We'll show you how to put the Agile method to work for you.
Explore the world of code coverage tools that help developers create better code in less time.
Building partnerships between management and architecture can help augment the project manager's role and guarantee delivery.
Have you ever struggled to communicate architectural information with stakeholders? Do you recognize that presenting data and information is a core competency of an architect? Consider putting these proven principles and patterns to use in your next presentation.
Project success is often won or lost in the planning stages, that why having a project management office can be a boon to your success rate. Michelle LaBrosse will now extol the virtues of adding a PMO to your operation.
Looking to start using Spring.NET to provide Dependency Injection in your next project? In this article I will show the performance impact of Spring.NET Dependency Injection and compare it to performing the same functions natively.
What do you do when a system or application performance problem just can't seem to be fixed?
Rules keep the business world moving forward so today we share Michelle LaBrosse's top ten rules for a successful business.
Caching can greatly improve performance but it can also lull you into a false sense of security. In some cases it can even make the performance worse. If you haven't already, then now is the time to learn the issues and limitations of caching so that you can truly improve performance.
This article demonstrates how an enterprise can improve time to market without sacrificing quality when offering new services: by leveraging investments made in existing services, incorporating best practices, and adopting a level of standardization.
Performance is critical to today's successful applications and web sites. If you design with an awareness of the session state management challenges you can always change your strategies to match your performance needs.
How can you keep a project moving smoothly? Here are a guidelines for constructing rules to keep your projects moving forward.
This article will demonstrate a simple technique, "A Two-Way Requirements verification process", which reinforces the most critical connection point of any methodology: the transition between functional design or requirement sign off and the beginning of the technical design by the technical team.