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  • From Agile to Extreme: Our Exclusive Programming Methodology Bracket

    Sponsored by: New Relic

    With a variety of programming methodologies, each one holds benefits and weaknesses depending on the business context. Check out this article that puts together a programming bracket that reviews the best methods out there, and crowns a champion of all programming methods.

  • How to Accelerate Delivery of Digital Innovations from Legacy Insurance Systems

    Sponsored by: OpenLegacy

    In this white paper, discover API software that helps create new business models by making the data and processing in your legacy or back-end applications available to modern applications – across mobile, web, and cloud quickly, cost- efficiently, and with low risk.

  • Cross-Site Scripting Attacks: Identify and Defend against Malicious Code

    Sponsored by: WhiteHat Security

    Learn about a proactive security and code testing platform that enables you to monitor large amounts of code across 5 common programming languages so that you can identify and resolve incidents of malicious code across web and mobile apps faster.

  • Raspberry PI with Java: programming the internet of things

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this chapter from the book Raspberry PI with Java: Programming the Internet of Things, Stephen Chin walks you through the process of setting up (or baking) the Raspberry Pi.

  • Hands-on Oracle Application Express security

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This book extract demonstrates how Oracle Application Express (APEX) can be vulnerable to SQL injection, using sample code.

  • iOS 6 Foundations

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

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

  • The Global State of the PMO 2013

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    ESI International, assess the state of the Project Management Office (PMO) in its third annual world-wide survey.

  • The future of software development: Energized Work

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Gus Power, CTO  at Energized Work, gives his views on the future of software development, in this presentation for Computer Weekly's 500 Club.

  • Learning Computing: Why object orientated programming works.

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    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.

  • Business Information: Customer Data Quality Reaches New Highs

    Sponsored by: SearchDataManagement

    It's not enough to just collect customer data. You also need to ensure that your customer data is correct, up-to-date, and readily available. In this issue of Business Information e-zine, experts weigh in on strategies to optimize customer data quality and leverage analytics to identify unsatisfied customers.

  • Course: Insecure Temporary Files (CWE-377)

    Sponsored by: Klocwork

    This course begins with an overview of the use of insecure temporary files vulnerability and its common causes. A technical description of the issue is presented along with code examples to show the vulnerability. Finally, the course describes the remediation strategies used to mitigate the weakness described by CWE-377.

  • Course: Improper Validation of Array Index (CWE-129)

    Sponsored by: Klocwork

    This course begins with an overview of improper validation of array indices. It describes the security impact of the weakness and provides a technical description of the issue, along with code examples to show the vulnerability. Finally, the course describes the remediation strategies available to mitigate the weakness described by CWE-129.

  • Mobile Application Development Center

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Visit this exclusive resource center to find valuable tools for your Windows 8 mobile development initiative, including an "App Builder Virtual Summit" that provides expert seminars on everything from game development to app monetization through advertisements to making the move from iOS and Android.

  • Resources for iOS developers (Windows Store apps)

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    If you can develop for iOS but would like to get started with Windows 8, visit this resource center to get tips on how to build Windows Store apps using a variety of programming languages, and get the tools you need to successfully migrate from iOS to Windows 8 apps.

  • Pacbase™ Transformation Factory Extending the life of your Critical Business Applications

    Sponsored by: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

    Support for the CASE tool Pacbase will end in 2015, meaning your Pacbase-dependent business functions are at risk. In this resource, uncover new challenges that emerge as Pacbase support ends, and weigh your survival options in the post-Pacbase world.

  • Survival guide to PACBASE ™ end-of-life

    Sponsored by: Hewlett-Packard Enterprise

    With the news of Pacbase's 2015 retirement, many organizations must find an alternative application strategy. This resource outlines your options in the post-Pacbase world, and offers advice and recommendations for realizing continued application success.

  • Web App Design at the Core of Coding Weaknesses, Attacks, Says Expert

    Sponsored by: Symantec Corporation

    This expert e-guide explores how Web application design flaws become weaknesses in the final product, and why developers need to rethink their coding practices in order to fix glitches and prevent vulnerabilities. Read on to learn more now.

  • 11 Best Practices for Peer Code Review

    Sponsored by: SmartBear Software

    Read this paper to learn 11 best practice peer code review tips to optimize review sessions, improve code, and make the most of valuable time. Some of the key findings include how many lines of code you should review in an hour, annotating code before you begin reviewing, leveraging a check list system, and more.

  • Become a Java developer

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Access this resource to learn helpful tips on how to develop and program Java so you can bring its advanced capabilities to your organization. Review best practices on how to tackle various components of the platform and uncover the skills you need to become an expert Java developer.

  • Computer Weekly - 13 March 2012: The economics of private cloud

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This week’s Computer Weekly kicks off our Buyer's Guide to private cloud. It also contains our RSA conference coverage of the latest IT security trends and the future for Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing initiative. And we discuss the role of apprenticeships in encouraging more young people to work in IT.

  • Gaming Health Meter with CSS3

    Sponsored by: Intel

    This article describes how game developers can use the power of CSS3 to design common game indicators, such as health, magic, ammo, money, etc.

  • How to Lead Your BI Project with a Brand New Approach

    Sponsored by: Pentaho Corporation

    This article discusses reasons why many BI projects fail and explore solutions for why they fail.

  • Top Five Reasons to Choose Toad® Over SQL Developer

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    Can you actually save more money using Toad® rather than SQL Developer - a free product? The answer is “yes!” In this surprising Quest technical brief, learn how Toad’s revolutionary new features save you time and money while dramatically increasing your productivity. Read the technical brief today.

  • Solving Scripting Problems with Technology

    Sponsored by: Network Automation, Inc

    Companies currently writing scripts should also understand the implications of practicing this approach. This webcast follows the evolution of scripting and presents both its benefits and risks. Learn about an alternative to this traditional process that can allow you to reduce costs and free up time.

  • Mastering the Multicore Challenge: An Elegant and Efficient Approach to Exploiting the Power of Parallelism

    Sponsored by: Texas Multicore Technologies, Inc.

    Read this white paper for an examination of a new software development language and technology called SequenceL, as well as a description of how it works, why there is a need for it and how well it performs in parallel environments.

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