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Magazine articles on computer programming techniques and trends.
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September 2003
Martha Baer
The New X-Men The Mountain Dew-fueled all-nighter is history. Today's supercoders work 40 hours a week. And two to a computer. It's called extreme programming - and it's revolutionizing the software world. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
August 15, 2003
Ryan P. Ripley
Extreme programming: Process vs. culture A team that embraces the values of XP -- communication, simplicity, feedback, and courage -- reduces the risk in the transition to XP. By using tools such as retrospectives and study groups, you can lesson the XP learning curve, and begin to work and act together. mark for My Articles 169 similar articles
Linux Journal
September 1, 2003
Dave Aitel
A Beginner's Guide to Using pyGTK and Glade pyGTK and Glade allow anyone to create functional GUIs quickly and easily. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
July 7, 2003
Mallory Stark
The Organizational Model for Open Source A surprising entity has emerged to protect the interests of open source software developers: the non-profit foundation. Harvard professor Siobhan O'Mahony discusses this emerging organizational model. mark for My Articles 238 similar articles
April 15, 2003
Dylan Tweney
Build It Free Open-source development tools offer low-cost, high-quality options. mark for My Articles 262 similar articles
March 15, 2003
Christopher Koch
Making Open Source Pay -- A Developer's Dilemma Even the companies that have managed to successfully sell themselves as service and support providers for open source have struggled to find a winning business model. mark for My Articles 430 similar articles
February 2003
Martha Baer
Immortal Code The CEO goes to trial. The programmers hit the street. And yet sometimes a piece of code is so elegant, so evolved, that it outlasts everything else. Here is the story of NaturallySpeaking, the world's first continuous-speech dictation software, and the concept of "abandonware." mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
January 15, 2003
John Edwards
Weaving a Virtual World Weaves is a framework that translates codes from any programming language into code modules to create a highly accurate design, development and analysis environment. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
January 1, 2003
Meridith Levinson
Jack, Be Quick For agile programming to gain ground and credibility in 2003, the cheers have to come from IT executives who've had success with it in their organization. The cheers are starting to come. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
October 2002
Maven ties together tools for better code management Maven is an open source build tool from the Apache Jakarta Project that manages your code at the project level. Maven creates effective documentation by integrating many third-party open source code analysis tools into a coherent generated Website. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
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