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Magazine articles on computer programming techniques and trends.
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New Architect
October 2002
Sanjay Murthi
Scaling Agile Methods Can eXtreme programming work for large projects? mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
August 15, 2002
Adam Kolawa
Building Solid Software The software industry produces bad products. Rather than accept that, we should do something about it. Bug-free code is possible -- if developers will change their ways mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
July 15, 2002
Sari Kalin
Security Superheroes Think of this as ROTC for security geeks. The U.S. government has started to award millions of dollars in scholarships to computer science students specializing in information assurance -- ensuring data and systems are secure, private and reliable. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
New Architect
August 2002
Alan Cooper
Quality From Design Implementing a sane process for application or website development. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
May 29, 2002
Sam Williams
Totally awesome software? "Extreme programming" sounds like no more than a marketing-driven fad, but fans are convinced that its rules hold the key to better code... mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
New Architect
April 2002
Charlie Cho
Making Connections Emerging platforms for peer-to-peer application development... mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
February 14, 2002
Peter Wright
All hail .Net! Microsoft's new software development tools are more than just nifty -- they are a great boon to humanity... mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
New Architect
March 2002
Jonathan Eisenzopf
Updating Your System Is VoiceXML right for your customer service strategy? mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
January 2002
Frank Sommers
A birds-eye view of Web services The author defines Web services, explains how they operate, and compares them to related Java technologies. He also presents a general programming model for Web services, independent of any framework or technology... mark for My Articles 786 similar articles
January 2002
Ramnivas Laddad
I want my AOP!, Part 1 Most software systems consist of several concerns that crosscut multiple modules. Object-oriented techniques for implementing such concerns result in systems that are invasive to implement, tough to understand, and difficult to evolve. The new aspect-oriented programming (AOP) methodology facilitates modularization of crosscutting concerns. Using AOP, you can create implementations that are easier to design, understand, and maintain. Further, AOP promises higher productivity, improved quality, and better ability to implement newer features. This article, the first in a three-part series, introduces the AOP concept and the problems it attempts to solve. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
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