I've talked about interviews from one perspective or another on several occasions, you might even say it is a pet subject of mine. It's fascinating because...
3 replies - 8668 views - 03/15/12 by Alan Skorkin in Articles
Over the last couple of months I have read up on volumes of Technical Analysis
(“TA”) information, I have back tested probably hundreds of automated...
1 replies - 7609 views - 03/09/12 by Wille Faler in Articles
Today I found myself thinking
again of what I see as two distinct...
10 replies - 3313 views - 03/09/12 by James Carr in Articles
I am and always will be a student of leadership & design. I like
to see things work, but I like it more when things work a little better
or a little...
1 replies - 9521 views - 03/06/12 by Aaron Nichols in Articles
Have you ever tried the “I’m Feeling Lucky”
button on Google? The idea is, of course, that Google will take you
directly to the result you want,...
1 replies - 5448 views - 03/05/12 by Tony Russell-rose in Articles
A theme emerged, last week at speakerconf,
around the idea that programmers and businesses still don't seem to be
on the same page. I'm not sure if it came...
1 replies - 3501 views - 03/03/12 by Jay Fields in Articles
1 – You either are, or you aren’t.
People can go and think, “I’m an aspiring indie game developer”. You are
either doing games or not,...
1 replies - 5217 views - 02/26/12 by David Amador in Articles
Lots of stuff in software development has some really solid scientic foundation. Relational databases for example are based on Relational Algebra. There is...
1 replies - 3582 views - 02/22/12 by Jens Schauder in Articles
I went to a career fair at Big Ivy University recently, and talked
to fifty or so computer science undergrads who were looking for
0 replies - 7407 views - 02/22/12 by A. Jesse Jiryu Davis in Articles
I begin 2012 with a new perspective on enterprise search, one gained
as purely an observer. The venues have all been medical establishments
0 replies - 3793 views - 02/10/12 by Lynda Moulton in Articles
As the “father of the Internet,” Tim Berners-Lee, got onto a plane to
head to the burgeoning tech center of Tyler, Texas (all sarcasm
0 replies - 3657 views - 02/09/12 by Jason Hull in Articles
At a London Enterprise Search
meetup last year, one of the topics that
particularly caught my attention was the question of how to...
0 replies - 3640 views - 02/07/12 by Tony Russell-rose in Articles
Well, who’d have guessed it? After two long years, the new edition of Informer is finally out.
Can it really be that long? Has a full two years passed since...
0 replies - 3789 views - 02/05/12 by Tony Russell-rose in Articles
DevOps is one of
those terms you hear a LOT about lately but I am not sure it is really
well understood. However, if you are going to be successful at...
0 replies - 4484 views - 01/31/12 by Ian Skerrett in Articles
The Boy Scouts have a rule: “Always leave the campground
cleaner than you found it.” If you find a mess on the ground, you clean
it up regardless of...
2 replies - 5495 views - 01/22/12 by Swizec Teller in Articles