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what happens if Google buys Twitter?

Today Twitter isn’t mass media. It is still a niche communication platform outside US. But what happens if Google will buy them? It will create a direct competitor to all journalists and existing media channels, like Fox News, CNN or

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Obama Supporters Prefer Firefox

Obama Supporters Prefer Firefox: We’ve had about 500,000 visitors over the past 3 months, of which 61% use Firefox, 23% use IE, and 11% use Safari. Opera and some browsers I haven’t heard about before make up the rest of

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The Growing Divide in the Patterns World

Past, Present, and Future Trends in Software Patterns The Growing Divide in the Patterns World Joseph Bergin’s “Do the Right Thing” Context: Things are bad. Really bad. Forces: When things are bad it is really tough and bad things happen.

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simple coding

According to Jørgensen (2001), the most straightforward aspect of the code stage is represented by the astonishing rate of software developers contributing high quality code. Parallel review of such code constitutes the next stage. Paradoxically, even though more complex code

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What is a software architecture and Tyer Blain about Requirements

ARCHITECTURE from The Rational Edge: This introduction to the relatively new discipline of software architecture is the first of a four-part series on “architecting” in general. The author begins by defining the discipline’s key terms and goes on to explore

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JCS – Java Caching System

Object caching is an important aspect in the design and development of Web Applications. JCS is a distributed caching system written in java. A rapidly growing number of organizations are taking advantage of the emerging JCache standard for distributed caching

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