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19 Eponymous Laws Of Software Development August 27, 2007

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19 Eponymous Laws Of Software Development

 

Thank you Phil for making my day.  We’ve all known these for years – but why is it they all remain painfully true? 

SDaaS June 13, 2007

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Finally got my beta invite to BungeeLabs  Wow.  Software Development as a Service reaches another milestone.  Unfortunately no JSON support yet but apparently is coming. 

MS also released the PopFly explorer for VisualStudio – now you can browse and add mashups directly into other projects. 

Once WS-Transactions is widely adopted, and these different hosting providers (EC2, S3, Silverstream) etc provide premium services with a SLA – whole new ballgame in enterprise software development.  Would go a long way if someone like EMC provided on demand hosted storage w/ a SLA as a service.

"Development" will never be the same June 1, 2007

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Pop Fly

BungeeLabs

Zoho (especially Zoho Creator) 

Amazon S3 (which i think zoho uses) and EC2

combined with all the APIs out there from MS, google, amazon, ebay, salesforce, etc…

building applications for the next generation will (thankfully) be completely different than it is today!  and i suspect the next generation is very very soon…

Read! it’s good for your head. April 27, 2007

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http://www.msarchitecturejournal.com/pdf/Journal11.pdf

SOA and the Matrix January 22, 2007

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was just a matter of time before someone found a way to put these both in an article:

http://www.infoworld.com/article/07/01/16/HNibmcommunitysoa_1.html

‘There is no spoon’. 

and why is this any different for SOA? January 22, 2007

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Isn’t this just really the top 5  ways to make any software, or custom services driven solution, a success?

 http://www.infoworld.com/article/07/01/15/03FEsoa5_1.html

not your fathers oldsmobile September 7, 2006

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And not the UI design process and tools you’re used to

http://blog.opennetcf.org/ayakhnin/PermaLink.aspx?guid=930fa5f4-e684-4126-b3be-3974dde5d1e8 

much great and new to learn here! 

Gadget update…. August 15, 2006

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1.  Purchased the Shure E2c earphones recently – OMG.   And these aren’t even the high end ones.  I listen to music constantly and these literally feel like the music is in your head.  Hearing things in songs I’ve never heard before.  Highly recommended.

2.  After much angst with comcast, upgraded to their 8MB down/768k? up service a whopping $10.  Took a couple days for whatever reason but really humming along now.  Hopefully means I can make voip calls and sync email at the same time – yippee.  [Now if we can just determine why comcast’s DNS servers take a lunch break mid-day couple times a week, would really be set.]

Windows Live Writer Test… August 15, 2006

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Well it’s a little odd…in the editor there’s large night sky graphic behind the title that chews up a bunch of space….so all the text appears down below, unless i put the editor in Normal mode.  WB Editor stil cleaner but as a beta you can certainly see where MS is headed. 

And after publishing one entry you can just keep publishing the same entry over and over.  Would expect to automatically be in ‘New Post..’ mode after publishing.

At first glance editors are very similar although understandably there are quite a few plug-ins for WB and i don’t see any for Live Writer.

MS does mashups too….(aka “me too me too”) March 28, 2006

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A little late to the party but glad MS jumping right into the fray and explicitly talking about how they support building mashups

http://msdn.microsoft.com/live/ 

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