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2-Phase Commits: What are They, and When They are Needed9.7 Reasons I Hate Your Website97SQL Addresses
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97 Things Every Data Architect Should Know97 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know97 Things Every Independent Software Developer Should Know
97 Things Every Internet Startup Should Know97 Things Every Programmer Should Know97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know
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AOC Annotated BibliographyAOC Chapter 1AOC Chapter 10
AOC Chapter 11AOC Chapter 12AOC Chapter 13
AOC Chapter 4
AOC Chapter 5AOC Chapter 6AOC Chapter 7
AOC Chapter 8AOC Chapter 9AOC Introduction
AOC Managing CommunitiesAOC Overview and OutlineAOC Podcasts
AOC TimelineARAR Addresses
A Comment on CommentsA Project Depends on TeamworkA Project Is The Pursuit of a Solution
A Voice From The Other SideA word that makes you miss your deadlineAaron Swartz
Acknowledge (and Learn from) FailuresAdd NameAdd talents, not skills, to your team
Adding people to a project doesn't necessarily make it go fasterAddressAddresses
Adopt a Coding Standard Before You Begin CodingAdrian Wible
Aggressively promote COMMUNICATION channels while managing distributed projectsAlanGriffithsAlan Beaulieu
Alan GreenblattAleksandar Seovi?Alex Miller
Alice Doesn't Live Here AnymoreAlign Vision and Outcome ExpectedAling Vision and Outcome Expected
Allan KellyAllison RandalAlternative Languages
AmberAndersens
Andrew RasiejAndroidAtHomeAndroidOpen
Angelo ValleAngyne J. Schock-Smith
Anupam KunduAppStoreApply Functional Programming Principles
Aron PilhoferArtOfCommunityArticle to Be Added
Ask "What Would the User Do?" (You Are not the User)Author Unknown
Avoiding Contract DisputesAxiom 0Axiom 1
Axiom 2Axiom 3Axiom 4
Axioms are encapsulatedBVis AddressesBackup and Recovery
Balance Duplication, Disruption, and ParalysisBarbee Davis
Barbee Davis, PMPBarry HawkinsBeautiful Data
Beautiful SensorsBeautiful Trade/3-D SecureBeautiful Trade/Analyzing the Security Context
Beautiful Trade/Broken IncentivesBeautiful Trade/Deconstructing CommerceBeautiful Trade/Ecommerce Redone
Beautiful Trade/IntroBeautiful Trade/Secure Electronic TransactionBeautiful Trade/Single Use and Multiple-Use Virtual Cards
Beautiful Trade/The New ModelBeautiful Trade/Weak Amelioration AttemptsBeautiful Trade: Rethinking Ecommerce Security
Beautiful VisualizationBeauty Is in Simplicity
Behavioral attributes of successful project managersBen GeyerBergman
Beware the ShareBeyond JavaBeyond Java/About the Author
Beyond Java/ColophonBeyond Java/ContendersBeyond Java/Continuation Servers
Beyond Java/Crown JewelsBeyond Java/Glass BreakingBeyond Java/Owls and Ostriches
Beyond Java/PrefaceBeyond Java/Ruby in the RoughBeyond Java/Ruby on Rails
Beyond Java/Rules of the GameBeyond Java/The Perfect StormBig data tools
Bill AllisonBimonthliesBlack
Boundary ConditionsBrant HoustonBrian Sam-Bodden
Brian SlettenBringing Together the Power of SQL and XML with XQueryBuff Colchagoff
Build teams to run Marathons not SprintsBurkHufnagelBuying Ready-Made Software
Cal EvansCan Earned Value and Velocity Co-Exist on Reports?Can You Measure Morale
Carlo DaffaraChallenges in the new arts
Chapters for AOCChapters for Characteristic\s of new mediaChapters for Characteristics of new media
Characteristics of new media in the Internet ageCharles A. BellCharles Armstrong
Chart a Course for ChangeCheck Your Code First before Looking to Blame Others
Choose Your Tools with CareChoose the Right Project Sponsor
Chris WoodruffChuck Allison
Cindy BergClay ShirkyClear Terms, Long Friendship!
Clever code is Hard to Maintain... and Maintenance is EverythingClint ShankCloud computing perspectives and questions
Code Is Hard to ReadCode Layout Matters
Code in the Language of the Domain
Cohesion and Coupling matterCollection of Collections Is a Code Smell
Comment Only What the Code Cannot SayComments!=Evil
Communicating Is Key
Consider the HardwareConsiderations for Beautiful Visuals
Continuous LearningContinuous RefactoringContribution 0
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Contribution 69Contribution 7Contribution 8
Contribution 9CookingCraig L Russell
Craig LarmanCraig Letavec, PMP, PgMP, MSPCultural stages
Dan Bergh JohnssonDan ChakDan North
DaneseDaniel LathropDanyel Fisher
Data Type TipsData Types & Testing
Data Types and TestingDave AndersonDave Bartlett
Dave MuirheadDave QuickDavid Bock
David Hornik
David WoodDecouple that UIDeploy Early and Often
Derry SimmelDesign Your Database To Have A MemoryDesign a Strategy for Removing Unwanted Data
Developer Productivity Mean vs. MedianDeveloper ToolsDeveloper Tools/Resources
Discussion (Traditional Legal Frameworks, Open Project Frameworks, Differences)Distinguish Business Exceptions from TechnicalDo Lots of Deliberate Practice
Do More in SQL, Less in Procedural CodeDo not compromise on COMMUNICATION channels while managing distributed projectsDo not fall into the "Not Invented Here" syndrome
Document Your Process, Then Make Sure It Is FollowedDocuments as a Means, Not an EndDomain-Specific Languages
Don't Always Be The Messenger
Don't Be Cute with Your Test DataDon't Ignore that Error!Don't Just Learn the Language, Understand its Culture
Don't Nail Your Program into the Upright PositionDon't Rely on "Magic Happens Here"Don't Touch that Code!
Don't blame the compiler
Don't reinvent the wheelDon't settle for Mediocre
Don't skip vacations for the sake of the projectDon't throw spreadsheets at people issues
Donald J. BalesDoug Schuler
Dr. Paul Giammalvo, CDT, CCE, MScPMDuplicate to decouple
Ed BenderEdit Early, Edit OftenEditing Policy
Edward GarsonEffective Manage the DeliverablesEfficient levelling
Einar LandreEllen MillerEmpowering Developers or a story of a man named Tim
Encapsulate Behavior, not Just StateEndy
Engage stakeholders all through Project LifeEnterpriseErik Doernenburg
Erik HatcherErnani Marques,PMPErnani Marques, MBA, PMP
Ernani Marques, MBA, PMP, PgMPEssential CVSEssential CVS//CVS Quick Reference
Essential CVS//ColophonEssential CVS//PrefaceEssential CVS/Appendixes
Essential CVS/Appendixes/Administrator's ToolsEssential CVS/Appendixes/AppendixesEssential CVS/Appendixes/Clients and Operating Systems
Essential CVS/CVS AdministrationEssential CVS/CVS Administration/CVS AdministrationEssential CVS/CVS Administration/Project Management
Essential CVS/CVS Administration/Remote RepositoriesEssential CVS/CVS Administration/Repository ManagementEssential CVS/CVS Administration/Troubleshooting
Essential CVS/CVS Quick ReferenceEssential CVS/ColophonEssential CVS/Introduction
Essential CVS/Introduction/CVS Quickstart GuideEssential CVS/Introduction/IntroductionEssential CVS/Introduction/What Is CVS?
Essential CVS/PrefaceEssential CVS/ReferenceEssential CVS/Reference/Command Reference
Essential CVS/Reference/Miscellaneous Topics ReferenceEssential CVS/Reference/ReferenceEssential CVS/Using CVS
Essential CVS/Using CVS/Basic Use of CVSEssential CVS/Using CVS/Multiple UsersEssential CVS/Using CVS/Tagging and Branching
Essential CVS/Using CVS/Using CVSEstablish Project Management GovernanceEstimate, estimate, estimate!
Evan CofskyEvery project manager is a contract administratorExample axiom title
Expect the UnexpectedFabio Teixeira de Melo
Fabio Teixeira de Melo, PMPFavor the Now over the SoonFavor the Simple over the Complex
First AidFix the Broken WindowFlay
Floating-point Numbers Aren't RealFooCampFoo East
FragmentationFragmentation/CompatibilityFrom Requirements to Tables to Code and Tests
Fulfill Your Ambitions with Open SourceGame tip wow gold makingGary Bass
Gathering SkillsGaurav MishraGeneral Notes for AO
Gennady MironoffGeorge Brooke
Gerard MeszarosGet Users Involved As Early As PossibleGet users involved as early as possible
Giles ColborneGiovanni AsproniGo ahead, throw that practice out
Greasemonkey HacksGreasemonkey Hacks/AccessibilityGreasemonkey Hacks/Beautifying the Web
Greasemonkey Hacks/ColophonGreasemonkey Hacks/CreditsGreasemonkey Hacks/Developer Tools
Greasemonkey Hacks/ForewordGreasemonkey Hacks/Getting StartedGreasemonkey Hacks/Linkmania!
Greasemonkey Hacks/PrefaceGreasemonkey Hacks/SearchGreasemonkey Hacks/Site Integration
Greasemonkey Hacks/SyndicationGreasemonkey Hacks/Taking Back the BrowserGreasemonkey Hacks/Those Not Included in This Classification
Greasemonkey Hacks/Web FormsGreasemonkey Hacks/Web MailGreg Colvin
HF App Development with JavascriptHF HTML5 - TwitShirtHF HTML 5
HF Objective CHands on in All Phases
Hard Work Does not Pay offHarry Tucker
Head First Design Patterns 2/eHead First HTML 2/eHeinz Kabutz
High Availability and Scale OutHow Do You Define "Finished"?How To Get Free Gold In World Of Warcraft
How To Kill MoraleHow To Spot A Good IT DeveloperHow to Access Patterns
How to Get StartedHow to Quickly Create a Star Schema DatabaseHoward Dierking
HunterHypochondriaIT Program Management: Shared Vision
IliinskyImmortality of scope changes
Implicit Dependencies Are also DependenciesImportant Not Urgent
Improve Code by Removing ItImproved Testability Leads to Better Design
Increase Communication by Having Fewer MeetingsIntegrate Early and OftenInter-Process Communication Affects Application Response Time
Interfaces Should Reveal IntentionInternational
Introduce A More Agile Communication SystemIt's the people, stupid
JabAppendix AJabAppendix BJabChapter 1
JabChapter 10JabChapter 2JabChapter 3
JabChapter 4JabChapter 5JabChapter 6
JabChapter 7JabChapter 8JabChapter 9
JabColophonJabPrefaceJabber
James Graham, PMPJames LeighJared Richardson
Jason P SageJeanJeff Jonas
Jeremy MeyerJerry BritoJesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona
Joe BlowJoe ZenevitchJohannes Brodwall
John DoeJon DoeJon Jagger
Jorge Gelabert, PMPJosh TaubererJulie Steele
JunkKaliya
Karen GillisonKaren RzepeckiKarl
Kathy MacDougallKeep It Simple SimonKeep Your Perspective
Keep the Build CleanKeith Braithwaite
Ken SipeKevin G. BolesKevlin Henney
Kill Everything!Kim Heldman, PMPKim MacCormack
Kirk PepperdineKlaus MarquardtKnow How to Read an ER Model
Know Well More than Two Programming LanguagesKnow When to use Transactions
Know Your IDEKnow Your Integration PointsKnow Your Limits
Know Your Next Commit
Krishna Kadali
Larry RockoffLearn
Learn Foreign LanguagesLearn reading and judging code, especially your own
Learn to EstimateLearn to Think Like a Tester
Learning Cocoa with Objective-CLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/AppendixesLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Appendixes/Additional Resources
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Appendixes/Exercise SolutionsLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Appendixes/Using the Foundation and Application Kit API ReferencesLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Cocoa Overview and Foundation
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Cocoa Overview and Foundation/Cocoa Development ToolsLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Cocoa Overview and Foundation/Introduction to CocoaLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Cocoa Overview and Foundation/Object-Oriented Programming with Objective-C
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Cocoa Overview and Foundation/The Cocoa Foundation KitLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/ColophonLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Document-Based Applications
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Document-Based Applications/Multiple Document ArchitectureLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Document-Based Applications/Rich-Text HandlingLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics/Accessory WindowsLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics/Bundles and ResourcesLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics/Defaults and Preferences
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics/Finishing TouchesLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics/LocalizationLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Miscellaneous Topics/Printing
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/PrefaceLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Single-Window ApplicationsLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Single-Window Applications/Custom Views
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Single-Window Applications/Event HandlingLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Single-Window Applications/Graphical User InterfacesLearning Cocoa with Objective-C/Single-Window Applications/Models and Data Functionality
Learning Cocoa with Objective-C/Single-Window Applications/Windows, Views, and ControlsLegal NoticeLegal differences
Lelio VarellaLink titleLinux in a Windows World
Linux in a Windows World/Additional Server ProgramsLinux in a Windows World/Additional Server Programs/Configuring Mail ServersLinux in a Windows World/Additional Server Programs/Managing a Network with Linux
Linux in a Windows World/Additional Server Programs/Network BackupsLinux in a Windows World/AppendixesLinux in a Windows World/Appendixes/Configuring PAM
Linux in a Windows World/Appendixes/Linux on the DesktopLinux in a Windows World/Centralized Authentication ToolsLinux in a Windows World/Centralized Authentication Tools/Kerberos Configuration and Use
Linux in a Windows World/Centralized Authentication Tools/Using LDAPLinux in a Windows World/Centralized Authentication Tools/Using NT Domains for Linux AuthenticationLinux in a Windows World/Colophon
Linux in a Windows World/DedicationLinux in a Windows World/Linux's Place in a Windows NetworkLinux in a Windows World/Linux's Place in a Windows Network/Linux's Features
Linux in a Windows World/Linux's Place in a Windows Network/Linux Deployment StrategiesLinux in a Windows World/PrefaceLinux in a Windows World/Remote Login Tools
Linux in a Windows World/Remote Login Tools/Linux Thin Client ConfigurationsLinux in a Windows World/Remote Login Tools/Remote Text-Mode Administration and UseLinux in a Windows World/Remote Login Tools/Running GUI Programs Remotely
Linux in a Windows World/Sharing Files and PrintersLinux in a Windows World/Sharing Files and Printers/Basic Samba ConfigurationLinux in a Windows World/Sharing Files and Printers/File and Printer Shares
Linux in a Windows World/Sharing Files and Printers/Linux as an SMB/CIFS ClientLinux in a Windows World/Sharing Files and Printers/Managing a NetBIOS Network with SambaLiz
LoggerheadsLook Before You Cross
Lorin UngerLuis CalzadaLuis E. Torres
Lukeman LawalMain PageMake Interfaces Easy to Use Correctly and Hard to Use Incorrectly
Make Money On Your Issues!Make Progress VisibleMake Project Sponsors Write Their Own Requirements
Make the Invisible More VisibleMammons
Managing Human Factors In IT Project ManagementMarco Fioretti
Mark RammMark RichardsMartha Legare
Marty Skomal, MPAMastering the Binary LogMatt Daniel
Matt SecoskeMatteo BecchiMatteo Becchi, PMP
Matthew BurtonMatthias MerdesMaximilian Schich
Maximising your quest goldMeetings don't write code.Message Passing Leads to Better Scalability in Parallel Systems
Methods Matter
Micah SifryMichael FeathersMichael Hunger
Michael NygardMike LoukidesMike Loukides Foo East Notes
Missing Opportunities for PolymorphismMiyoko Takeya, PMP
Model the Business, Not the ApplicationMonlunaMonte Davis,MCSE
Monte Davis, MCSEMySQL Server Engines - What They Are, and When to Use Which OneNFC and ADK
NaamNaresh JainNathaniel Schutta
Naval RavikantNealFordNeal Ford
Network Neutrality: Classification of Arguments For and AgainstNetwork Neutrality: Distinctions and ControveriesNetwork Neutrality: Distinctions and Controversies
Network Security ToolsNetwork Security Tools/ColophonNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools
Network Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Automated Exploit ToolsNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Developing Dissectors and Plug-ins for the Ettercap Network SnifferNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Developing Web Assessment Tools and Scripts
Network Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Extending Code Analysis to the WebrootNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Extending Hydra and NmapNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Fun with Linux Kernel Modules
Network Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Writing Modules for the Metasploit FrameworkNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Writing Network SniffersNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Writing Packet-Injection Tools
Network Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Writing Plug-ins for NessusNetwork Security Tools/Modifying and Hacking Security Tools/Writing Plug-ins for the Nikto Vulnerability ScannerNetwork Security Tools/Preface
Never ever break encapsulationNew media in context
NiclasNilssonNiclas NilssonNitin Borwankar
NiviNo CommentNo karate maybe!
Nominations PageNontransferableNorman Carnovale
Not superheroesNoveckNumlock key is autorun
NuthatchsO'Reilly CommonsOlve Maudal
One BinaryOne Deliverable, One Person
Only the Code Tells the Truth
Open GovernmentOpen Sources 2Open Sources 2.0
Open Sources 2.0/AcknowledgmentsOpen Sources 2.0/AppendixesOpen Sources 2.0/Appendixes/Columns from Slashdot
Open Sources 2.0/Appendixes/Referenced Open Source LicensesOpen Sources 2.0/Appendixes/The Open Source DefinitionOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community
Open Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Communicating Many to ManyOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Everything Is KnownOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Extending Open Source Principles Beyond Software Development
Open Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Making a New WorldOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Open Beyond SoftwareOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Open Source Biology
Open Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/Patterns of Governance in Open SourceOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/The Early History of Nupedia and Wikipedia: A MemoirOpen Sources 2.0/Beyond Open Source: Collaboration and Community/The Open Source Paradigm Shift
Open Sources 2.0/ColophonOpen Sources 2.0/Foreword: Source Is EverythingOpen Sources 2.0/Introduction
Open Sources 2.0/List of ContributorsOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and EvolutionOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/A Tale of Two Standards
Open Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Dual LicensingOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/How Much Freedom Do You Want?Open Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Libre Software in Europe
Open Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/OSS in IndiaOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Open Source and Proprietary Software DevelopmentOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Open Source and Security
Open Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Open Source and the Commoditization of SoftwareOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Open Source and the Commodity Urge: Disruptive Models for a Disruptive Development ProcessOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Open Source and the Small Entrepreneur
Open Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/The Mozilla Project: Past and FutureOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Under the Hood: Open Source and Open Standards Business Models in ContextOpen Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/When China Dances with OSS
Open Sources 2.0/Open Source: Competition and Evolution/Why Open Source Needs Copyright PoliticsOwn (and Refactor) the Build
PHP CookbookPHP Cookbook/ArraysPHP Cookbook/Classes and Objects
PHP Cookbook/Client-Side PHPPHP Cookbook/ColophonPHP Cookbook/Database Access
PHP Cookbook/Dates and TimesPHP Cookbook/DirectoriesPHP Cookbook/Encryption and Security
PHP Cookbook/FilesPHP Cookbook/FormsPHP Cookbook/Functions
PHP Cookbook/GraphicsPHP Cookbook/Internationalization and LocalizationPHP Cookbook/Internet Services
PHP Cookbook/NumbersPHP Cookbook/PEARPHP Cookbook/Preface
PHP Cookbook/Regular ExpressionsPHP Cookbook/StringsPHP Cookbook/Variables
PHP Cookbook/Web AutomationPHP Cookbook/Web BasicsPHP Cookbook/XML
PMO - Project Management Office, Effectiveness In PracticePM Example ContributionPassing the PMP exam does not make you a project manager
Patrick KuaPaul WaggonerPavel Simsa, PMP
Pay Your DebtsPerl & LWP:LWP ModulesPerl & LWP:Preface
Pete GoodliffePeter SommerladPhilip Nelson
Pick your professions carefullyPlanning for Beautiful Teams Contributors
Planning for RealityPlanning for performance is not a premature optimizationPlease Read this Guideline before Making Your Own Contribution
Prefer Domain-Specific Types to Primitive TypesPrefer Evidence over Faith and Fashion
Prevent Errors
Professionalism is spelled TDDProfile example
Programmers Who Write Tests Get More Time to Program
Programming JabberProgramming is a team sportProject Management Is Problem Management
Project Management is NOT a ProfessionProject Sponsors - The Good, the Bad, and the UglyPropagates
Provide Regular Time to FocusPuffiestPut the Mouse Down and Step Away from the Keyboard
QJ IntroductionQJ Preface
QuickTime for Java: A Developer's NotebookQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Audio MediaQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Capture
QuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/ColophonQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Editing MoviesQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Getting Up and Running with QuickTime for Java
QuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Miscellaneous MediaQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Playing MoviesQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Preface
QuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/The Developer's Notebook SeriesQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Video MediaQuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Working with Components
QuickTime for Java: A Developer's Notebook/Working with QuickDrawRESTful Architecture Makes Project Management Extremely Simple
Randy.staffordRandy Loomis, PMPRandy Stafford
Read the Humanities
Rebecca ParsonsRebound
Referential IntegrityReflection: Beauty or Horror?RegularExpressions
Reinvent the Wheel OftenReplicationRequirement Specifications - an Oxymoron
Responding to a CrisisRestrict Mutability of StateReuse Implies Coupling
Rich KilmerRichard Monson-HaefelRichard Sheridan
Richard SonnenRightedRmonson
Roadmaps: What Have We Done For You Lately?Rod BegbieRogue run through
Running awayRussel Winder
SVG EssentialsSVG Essentials/SVG Essentials/Animating and Scripting SVG
SVG Essentials/Basic ShapesSVG Essentials/Clipping and MaskingSVG Essentials/Colophon
SVG Essentials/CoordinatesSVG Essentials/Creating FontsSVG Essentials/Document Structure
SVG Essentials/FiltersSVG Essentials/Generating SVGSVG Essentials/Getting Started
SVG Essentials/Introduction to StylesheetsSVG Essentials/Matrix AlgebraSVG Essentials/Paths
SVG Essentials/Patterns and GradientsSVG Essentials/PrefaceSVG Essentials/Programming Concepts
SVG Essentials/Serving SVG FilesSVG Essentials/TextSVG Essentials/The XML You Need for SVG
SVG Essentials/Transforming the Coordinate SystemSVG Essentials/Using SVG with Other XML ApplicationsSarah Schacht
Savor Sustainable Progress, not SpeedSchwartz
Scoping MethodsScottDavisScott Meyers
Scrolling Through TimeScrubbierServe Your Team
Share the VisionSimple Is not Simplistic
Size MattersSmall!Snort Cookbook
Snort Cookbook/Administrative ToolsSnort Cookbook/ColophonSnort Cookbook/Installation and Optimization
Snort Cookbook/Log AnalysisSnort Cookbook/Logging, Alerts, and Output Plug-insSnort Cookbook/Miscellaneous Other Uses
Snort Cookbook/PrefaceSnort Cookbook/Preprocessing: An IntroductionSnort Cookbook/Rules and Signatures
Social differencesSoftware Failure is Organizational FailureSome Guy
SpamAssassinSpamAssassin/ColophonSpamAssassin/Integrating SpamAssassin with Exim
SpamAssassin/Integrating SpamAssassin with qmailSpamAssassin/Integrating SpamAssassin with sendmailSpamAssassin/Integrating SpamAssassinwith Postfix
SpamAssassin/Introducing SpamAssassinSpamAssassin/PrefaceSpamAssassin/Resources
SpamAssassin/SpamAssassin BasicsSpamAssassin/SpamAssassin RulesSpamAssassin/SpamAssassin as a Learning System
SpamAssassin/Using SpamAssassin as a ProxySpeed KillsSpeed is Life: More is Better
Star Schemas Aren't Just for OLAP CubesStart Small, Grow BigStart with the End in Mind
Stephen Johnson, PHDSteve BerczukSteve Freeman
Structure over Function
Success Is Always Measured In Business ValueSuccess is always measured in business valueSulamita
SultanatesSummary of differencesTables Are Just One of the Things You Can Put in a FROM Clause
Take Advantage of Excel Pivot TablesTake Time to Read Other People's Good (and Bad) Code
Teach the ProcessTemplate TestTerms of Service

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