Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Weekly Software Development Compilation

Welcome to the July 11, 2010 edition of computing technology.

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We hope you enjoy this week's compilation.

Software Development Management articles

Management Theory and IT Management Part 1 - Planning This is the first articl of a 5 part series with the purpose to analyse traditional management theory and its application to modern IT management.
The Benefits Realisation Register is a valuable tool to support the project manager to manage the realisation of anticipated business benefits available from the implementation of a new system

Reader sponsored articles

Thank you to all who contributed to this week's compilation

Thomas Bale presents Nettop HTPC Comparison posted at
Dave Moran presents Software Results: Good Enough Software: An Agile Definition posted at Software Results, saying, "A post about how the definition of "good enough" software should change with Agile development."
Beth Ziesenis presents Easy Online Document Collaboration posted at Cheapskate Freelancer, saying, "Thumbnail review of on of the easiest and fastest solutions to share documents. This is a free online collaboration tool."
Samantha Miller presents 50 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom posted at Online University Reviews, saying, "critics of Twitter believe that the 140-character microblog offered by the ubiquitous social network can do little for the education industry. The listed projects provide them with a few ways to incorporate the site’s features into important and lasting lessons."
laptopreviews presents Lenovo IdeaPad Y460 Review posted at Laptop Reviews, saying, "An original, hands on review of Lenovo's solid y460 laptop."
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