Sunday, June 6, 2010

All things software BlogCarnival

Welcome to the June 6, 2010 edition of "All things software".

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Patently Evil? (Litigation Limerick) posted at Mad Kane's Humor Blog.

EDUmobile.ORG presents Ipad Development posted at iPad Programming and iPad Development Tutorials Online, saying, "Learn how to master iPad development and tap into this hot new niche. Start writing Apps for the iPad and iPhone just like the gurus. If you have an idea that you think is unique - there is no better time to make good money with your idea for the iPad and iPhone. EDUmobile has over 200 students in training and they offer a free downloadable ebook and one-on-one training sessions, with a full money back guarantee."

Tela Andrews presents Building a VMware Cost Model posted at Digital Fuel - Yisrael's Blog, saying, "Managing the costs of cloud service providers is challenging. While cloud computing and virtual servers offer flexibility, how do you manage the costs so you know whether its the least expensive option? In this entry we take a look at how to build a cost model for VMware and the benefits this approach can provide for CIOs, IT managers and company owners."

Sheryl Owen presents Change of Address: Mail Delivery Times and Realistic Expectations posted at Change of Address.

Simple Llama presents Specs Don’t Matter posted at Simple Llama.

John Andersen presents 5 Minute AS400 Tutorial posted at AS400 Tutorials.

Jennifer Saksa presents Hello World! posted at NCH Software Blog, saying, "One software developer compares programing and trying to make user-friendly software to the "guest experience" in the restaurant industry and really taking the time to think about all of the little details and listen to customer feedback to help improve the entire process."

sharons719 presents 50 “Healthy” Ways to Use Twitter posted at Masters in Public Health, saying, "Here's a list that offers 50 healthy ways to use Twitter with links to the actual resources so you can begin immediately to prove Twitter’s worth as an effective tool in your life."

Case Ernsting presents The Panel Agrees: SEO & SEM Are Growing posted at MetaSpring Blog, saying, "The tech industry is booming all over the nation, especially in college campus communities. For those looking to join an expanding and exciting industry, look no further than search engine optimization and search engine marketing."

Matthew Paulson presents Verizon is Not Getting the iPhone in 2010, Executive Confirms posted at iPad Weekly.

Beth Ziesenis presents F.lux: Control Your Computer’s Inner Glow posted at Cheapskate Freelancer, saying, "Thumbnail of F.lux to help control the light of the computer to mimic the light outside according to the time of day which relieves your tired eyes. This is great for people who are using their computer for hours at a time."

matt presents Invasion of Privacy. | Attack Vector posted at Attack Vector, saying, "Incredible article detailing the steps used by an attacker when they steal someones identity. A MUST read for anyone concerned about their identity and internet privacy."

nissim ziv presents Project Manager: Roles and Responsibilities posted at Job Interview Guide, saying, "The primary challenge of the managing a project is to achieve all of the project goals while considering the predefined three project constraints – the scope, the time, and the budget."

Marco presents OpenGL glBlendFunc tools — gabriev82 posted at

Elyse Nielsen presents Qualities of a Project Sponsor posted at Anticlue, saying, "Most projects are about implementing some type of change. This change will need to be adopted by the organization in order to be a success. Changes are often lead by Change Leaders and the skill set to make a change stick are among the softer skills of a project sponsor. We have all experienced good sponsorship and sponsorship which needed improvement. Matching the project sponsor to the project manager and the project is crucial for the project's success."

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