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Code Reduction is Job #1

If you manage a large software organization, should code reduction be the first bullet in your 2010 strategy? 
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The 'Wisdom of Crowds' Loses Steam

The gurus said that the community would change the way the industry develops and sells software. The gurus were wrong.

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Linux Foundation's New TAB

There are many faces behind what goes on at the Linux Foundation: the officers and employees who run the day to day show, the Board of Directors who keep the ship on course, and of course, the volunteers who support, promote, and participate in the Foundation's activities.  Among that number are those that act as the voice of the people themselves.

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Proprietary Software: Still Not Doomed, Sorry

These days, I can scarcely click a mouse without running headlong into some variety of punditry regarding the imminent death of proprietary software thanks to open source.
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Linux is Best for PHP Development

Development in PHP is always a tricky road to follow, with many elements outside of your control. (Server, browser, operating systems). In this article we'll discuss the two most important things we should try to remember when developing in PHP.
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When Designing for Moblin, Think Like a Mobile User, Part 2

Software designers – particularly, those developing the user interfaces – are realizing that Moblin-based netbooks and MIDs (Mobile Internet Devices) are a horse of a different color than what you’ll find a small laptop to be.
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