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Enterprise Architecture by Ahsan Alam November 2010 Entries
Data Interchange – batched or non-batched
It is very common these days for corporations to share and interchange a large amount of data. The type and complexity of data obviously varies significantly from one organizations to another. Despite the complexity of data, security, interchange frequency, type of transmission protocols and data volume are often the key areas of discussions among interchange partners. Corporations often settle between ftp and web service for their data integration needs. Ftp provides an effective way to share large ......

Posted On Saturday, November 27, 2010 9:23 PM

Unit test Nazi
Is unit testing a difficult thing to ask for? I don't understand why developers try to simply avoid unit testing. We have unit testing integrated to Visual Studio; there is also NUnit. These make life easier, not difficult. Maybe, it needs a little getting used to at first; but eventual benefit simply outweighs all the pains. I have noticed that people try to build unit tests if they are carefully watched; otherwise they tend to skip. It is sometimes difficult to implement strict procedures in a ......

Posted On Thursday, November 18, 2010 10:07 PM

Great developers - are they hard to find??
There are plenty of programmers in the market looking for jobs these days. Are they all great developers? What makes a good developer great? Many programmers sometimes fill their resumes with technology buzzwords because that's what gets recruiters' attention. Maybe it's a necessary evil. Hiring managers can't go through thousands of resumes, and recruiters need a way to filter candidates out. So, recruiters also look for specific technologies, and methodologies in candidates' resumes. After the ......

Posted On Sunday, November 7, 2010 5:29 PM

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