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Why Agile Fails: the Transformation Conundrum - Part II

Development Process, Software Development, Software Solutions

Guest post by Ankur Saxena

Last Week I began a discussion into why agile transformation may fail. I will be continuing the discussion today.

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Why Agile Fails: the Transformation Conundrum - Part I

Development Process, Software Development, Software Solutions

Guest post by Ankur Saxena

For any kind of transformation initiative to be successful, it is important that an organization realizes the need for change. Often times that need is self evident in our day-to-day workings.[...]

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Pagination vs. Dynamic Content Loading

Software Development, User Experience

Okay folks, this is another UX theory discussion. With all of the web application abilities today, there are various methods for solving any given problem. How to serve a lot of content, for instance, is ultimately up[...]

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Incorporating Deep ETags into a Spring Web Application

Software Development, Spring

By Joel Brinkman

ETags are a great way to enable a dynamic web application to take advantage of browser caching. However, outside of the ShallowETagHeaderFilter, there is very little guidance on how a developer might[...]

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Data Modeling: Selecting the Right Cardinality

Software Development, Software Solutions

Guest post by Mike Fanning

One of the more subtly difficult decisions to make when data modeling is selecting the appropriate cardinality for a relationship. Choosing the wrong cardinalities can lead to some awkward[...]

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What can @Formula in Hibernate do for you?

Software Development, Software Solutions

By Justin Freeman

I recently discovered an awesome annotation in Hibernate that somehow escaped me in my consulting adventures. It is called @Formula. It is pretty straightforward to use and once you've seen it's[...]

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The Importance of Not Thinking

Development Process, Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

By David Wierbiki

At its core, user experience and usability amounts to ensuring that the end user finds what they are looking for without effort or without thinking. The user is already thinking about what they want to[...]

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Responsive Web Design is Here to Stay

Software Development, User Experience

In case you’ve been living under a rock a bunch of new mobile devices were recently released: Two new sizes of iPhones, the Amazon FirePhone and Fire HD Tablets, new Android devices are popping up all the time (I’m just[...]

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