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  • Navigating your Future within an SOA information manufacturing system

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    As the IT industry reaches maturity, IT departments should think of themselves not as data centres but as manufacturing centres for information. Terry Keene argues in this short e-book.

  • iOS 6 Foundations

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    JesseĀ Feiler, author of iOS 6 Foundations, introduces basic programming techniques for Apple's iPhone and iPad operating system.

  • Learning Computing: Why object orientated programming works.

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    Programming is a journey between the real world and a computer. This article explains why object orientation is currently the best way we have of making the journey.

  • Get started with JavaScript

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This knowledge path begins with an overview of the JavaScript language to provide a foundation for writing JavaScript code. It then covers more advanced topics such as object-oriented JavaScript and DOM modification for HTML page manipulation before covering introductory Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax) concepts and how to make Ajax requests.

  • The Full Team Approach to Managing Requirements

    Sponsored by: SERENA Software, Inc.

    Software development teams are often faced with requirements to add new features to an existing code base. For many reasons, this sort of work can entail a lot of risk. This Expert Tip examines mistakes in managing the requirements process and how by looking at requirements from the perspective of all team members, these mistakes can be avoided.

  • Object Persistence and Agile Software Development

    Sponsored by: Versant Corp.

    Agile Software Development is one of the most effective methodologies to develop application software. This paper examines and compares RDBMS with several object persistence methods within the context of Agile Software Development by quantifying the impact of these methods on the velocity and success of an agile application development project.

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