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July, 2012

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July 31, 2012  3:39 AM

Programmer’s paradise: two months on a tropical island

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Programmer

Programmers like to work in isolation. It's a well-worn stereotype, the solitary programmer (C programmers you know who you are) punching away at the keyboard in solitary confinement surrounded only by a lifetime supply of Pepsi and pizza. New-age collaboration tools, Agile scrum methods and...

July 27, 2012  5:27 AM

When (service) virtualisation imitates life

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
CA, Virtualisation

IT surveys come and go. Of course we must first accept the universal truth that all technology surveys are flawed, biased and contrived from the outset, with "loaded" agendas designed to pander to the thinly disguised corporate message set pertaining to the vendor brand laying claim to the...


July 25, 2012  7:03 AM

Cloud development kudos lies in ‘enhanced’ multi-tenancy

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
cloud, Security

People, users, customers, lawyers and (possibly even) software application developers appear to have been worried about cloud security for some time now. But many initial misgivings were quite quickly dismissed as users started to realise the proposition that the cloud vendors were coming to...


July 23, 2012  3:34 AM

How do we make video collaboration ubiquitous?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Uncategorized

Unified communications company Polycom is aiming to make video-based collaboration technologies "even more" ubiquitous across major industry segments. The open standards focused unified communications (UC) company wants to see more video collaboration for governments and organisations focused on...


July 20, 2012  5:10 AM

The future of mobile is cloud-based & server-side

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Cloud Computing

The fabulous and free TED (Technology Entertainment Design) application for iPad is (I would like to argue) a great piece of software, which, once installed, allows the user to view a selection of superbly informative and thought provoking videos from the now world-famous "multidisciplinary" TED...


July 12, 2012  6:43 AM

Free iPad app for secure enterprise-level single sign-on, really?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
ipad, Security, Single sign-on

Programmers working at the coalface of cloud services development just now will no doubt have the words "secure access to corporate data via mobile" ringing in their ears at some point. For some time now the emphasis has been on methods to develop and refine secure remote access and (if you have...


July 10, 2012  10:00 AM

Balancing apps against cloud storage limitations

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
SharePoint

This is a guest blog post by Jeremy Thake, enterprise architect and Microsoft Sharepoint MVP at Avepoint. In this guest piece for the Computer Weekly Developer Network below, Thake discusses the importance of balancing application functionality against the storage parameters...


July 9, 2012  7:37 AM

To kill a (non) mocking Agile software application developer

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Agile software development, Testing

As Agile software application development has become more popular in recent times we have (by no coincidence) logically seen the rise of extended code analysis tools in the Agile space. The concept is simple. With a deeper level of granularity into extended code analysis, the pursuit of better...


July 6, 2012  12:10 PM

Help! my boarding pass has no software integration

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater

Having just flown transatlantic with a well-known American carrier that shall remain nameless... ... I sometimes wonder how they justify operating what should be pretty seamless systems to look after our bookings, when things can go so wrong. The system managed to book my wife and I into...


July 5, 2012  6:31 AM

Subversion to GIT; a change in direction?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
AccuRev, Change management

This is a guest post to the Computer Weekly Developer Network by Chris Lucca, technical evangelist for software configuration management (SCM) and Agile ALM company AccuRev.


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