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  1. 2-Phase Commits: What are They, and When They are Needed
  2. 9.7 Reasons I Hate Your Website
  3. 97SQL Addresses
  4. 97Things-InternetStartup Address Page
  5. 97 DA Addresses
  6. 97 PM Addresses
  7. 97 PM Nominations
  8. 97 Pro Addresses
  9. 97 Things
  10. 97 Things - World of Warcraft
  11. 97 Things Every 97 Things Editor Should Know
  12. 97 Things Every Agile Software Developer Should Know
  13. 97 Things Every Data Architect Should Know
  14. 97 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know
  15. 97 Things Every Independent Software Developer Should Know
  16. 97 Things Every Internet Startup Should Know
  17. 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know
  18. 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know
  19. 97 Things Every Software Developer Should Know
  20. 97 Things Every Software Project Manager Should Know
  21. 97 Things Example Site
  22. 97 Things Programmers Literature List
  23. 97 Things SQL
  24. 97 Things Template
  25. AOC Annotated Bibliography
  26. AOC Chapter 1
  27. AOC Chapter 10
  28. AOC Chapter 11
  29. AOC Chapter 12
  30. AOC Chapter 13
  31. AOC Chapter 4
  32. AOC Chapter 5
  33. AOC Chapter 6
  34. AOC Chapter 7
  35. AOC Chapter 8
  36. AOC Chapter 9
  37. AOC Introduction
  38. AOC Managing Communities
  39. AOC Overview and Outline
  40. AOC Podcasts
  41. AOC Timeline
  42. AR
  43. AR Addresses
  44. A Comment on Comments
  45. A Project Depends on Teamwork
  46. A Project Is The Pursuit of a Solution
  47. A Voice From The Other Side
  48. A word that makes you miss your deadline
  49. Aaron Swartz
  50. Acknowledge (and Learn from) Failures
  51. Add Name
  52. Add talents, not skills, to your team
  53. Adding people to a project doesn't necessarily make it go faster
  54. Address
  55. Addresses
  56. Adopt a Coding Standard Before You Begin Coding
  57. Adrian Wible
  58. Aggressively promote COMMUNICATION channels while managing distributed projects
  59. AlanGriffiths
  60. Alan Beaulieu
  61. Alan Greenblatt
  62. Aleksandar Seovi?
  63. Alex Miller
  64. Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
  65. Align Vision and Outcome Expected
  66. Aling Vision and Outcome Expected
  67. Allan Kelly
  68. Allison Randal
  69. Alternative Languages
  70. Amber
  71. Andersens
  72. Andrew Rasiej
  73. AndroidAtHome
  74. AndroidOpen
  75. Angelo Valle
  76. Angyne J. Schock-Smith
  77. Anupam Kundu
  78. AppStore
  79. Apply Functional Programming Principles
  80. Aron Pilhofer
  81. ArtOfCommunity
  82. Article to Be Added
  83. Ask "What Would the User Do?" (You Are not the User)
  84. Author Unknown
  85. Avoiding Contract Disputes
  86. Axiom 0
  87. Axiom 1
  88. Axiom 2
  89. Axiom 3
  90. Axiom 4
  91. Axioms are encapsulated
  92. BVis Addresses
  93. Backup and Recovery
  94. Balance Duplication, Disruption, and Paralysis
  95. Barbee Davis
  96. Barbee Davis, PMP
  97. Barry Hawkins
  98. Beautiful Data
  99. Beautiful Sensors
  100. Beautiful Trade/3-D Secure
  101. Beautiful Trade/Analyzing the Security Context
  102. Beautiful Trade/Broken Incentives
  103. Beautiful Trade/Deconstructing Commerce
  104. Beautiful Trade/Ecommerce Redone
  105. Beautiful Trade/Intro
  106. Beautiful Trade/Secure Electronic Transaction
  107. Beautiful Trade/Single Use and Multiple-Use Virtual Cards
  108. Beautiful Trade/The New Model
  109. Beautiful Trade/Weak Amelioration Attempts
  110. Beautiful Trade: Rethinking Ecommerce Security
  111. Beautiful Visualization
  112. Beauty Is in Simplicity
  113. Behavioral attributes of successful project managers
  114. Ben Geyer
  115. Bergman
  116. Beware the Share
  117. Beyond Java
  118. Beyond Java/About the Author
  119. Beyond Java/Colophon
  120. Beyond Java/Contenders
  121. Beyond Java/Continuation Servers
  122. Beyond Java/Crown Jewels
  123. Beyond Java/Glass Breaking
  124. Beyond Java/Owls and Ostriches
  125. Beyond Java/Preface
  126. Beyond Java/Ruby in the Rough
  127. Beyond Java/Ruby on Rails
  128. Beyond Java/Rules of the Game
  129. Beyond Java/The Perfect Storm
  130. Big data tools
  131. Bill Allison
  132. Bimonthlies
  133. Black
  134. Boundary Conditions
  135. Brant Houston
  136. Brian Sam-Bodden
  137. Brian Sletten
  138. Bringing Together the Power of SQL and XML with XQuery
  139. Buff Colchagoff
  140. Build teams to run Marathons not Sprints
  141. BurkHufnagel
  142. Buying Ready-Made Software
  143. Cal Evans
  144. Can Earned Value and Velocity Co-Exist on Reports?
  145. Can You Measure Morale
  146. Carlo Daffara
  147. Challenges in the new arts
  148. Chapters for AOC
  149. Chapters for Characteristic\s of new media
  150. Chapters for Characteristics of new media
  151. Characteristics of new media in the Internet age
  152. Charles A. Bell
  153. Charles Armstrong
  154. Chart a Course for Change
  155. Check Your Code First before Looking to Blame Others
  156. Choose Your Tools with Care
  157. Choose the Right Project Sponsor
  158. Chris Woodruff
  159. Chuck Allison
  160. Cindy Berg
  161. Clay Shirky
  162. Clear Terms, Long Friendship!
  163. Clever code is Hard to Maintain... and Maintenance is Everything
  164. Clint Shank
  165. Cloud computing perspectives and questions
  166. Code Is Hard to Read
  167. Code Layout Matters
  168. Code in the Language of the Domain
  169. Cohesion and Coupling matter
  170. Collection of Collections Is a Code Smell
  171. Comment Only What the Code Cannot Say
  172. Comments!=Evil
  173. Communicating Is Key
  174. Consider the Hardware
  175. Considerations for Beautiful Visuals
  176. Continuous Learning
  177. Continuous Refactoring
  178. Contribution 0
  179. Contribution 1
  180. Contribution 10
  181. Contribution 11
  182. Contribution 12
  183. Contribution 13
  184. Contribution 14
  185. Contribution 15
  186. Contribution 16
  187. Contribution 17
  188. Contribution 18
  189. Contribution 19
  190. Contribution 2
  191. Contribution 20
  192. Contribution 21
  193. Contribution 22
  194. Contribution 23
  195. Contribution 24
  196. Contribution 25
  197. Contribution 26
  198. Contribution 27
  199. Contribution 28
  200. Contribution 29
  201. Contribution 3
  202. Contribution 30
  203. Contribution 31
  204. Contribution 32
  205. Contribution 33
  206. Contribution 34
  207. Contribution 35
  208. Contribution 36
  209. Contribution 37
  210. Contribution 38
  211. Contribution 39
  212. Contribution 4
  213. Contribution 40
  214. Contribution 41
  215. Contribution 42
  216. Contribution 43
  217. Contribution 44
  218. Contribution 45
  219. Contribution 46
  220. Contribution 47
  221. Contribution 48
  222. Contribution 49
  223. Contribution 5
  224. Contribution 50
  225. Contribution 52
  226. Contribution 53
  227. Contribution 54
  228. Contribution 55
  229. Contribution 56
  230. Contribution 57
  231. Contribution 58
  232. Contribution 59
  233. Contribution 6
  234. Contribution 60
  235. Contribution 61
  236. Contribution 62
  237. Contribution 63
  238. Contribution 64
  239. Contribution 69
  240. Contribution 7
  241. Contribution 8
  242. Contribution 9
  243. Cooking
  244. Craig L Russell
  245. Craig Larman
  246. Craig Letavec, PMP, PgMP, MSP
  247. Cultural stages
  248. Dan Bergh Johnsson
  249. Dan Chak
  250. Dan North
  251. Danese
  252. Daniel Lathrop
  253. Danyel Fisher
  254. Data Type Tips
  255. Data Types & Testing
  256. Data Types and Testing
  257. Dave Anderson
  258. Dave Bartlett
  259. Dave Muirhead
  260. Dave Quick
  261. David Bock
  262. David Hornik
  263. David Wood
  264. Decouple that UI
  265. Deploy Early and Often
  266. Derry Simmel
  267. Design Your Database To Have A Memory
  268. Design a Strategy for Removing Unwanted Data
  269. Developer Productivity Mean vs. Median
  270. Developer Tools
  271. Developer Tools/Resources
  272. Discussion (Traditional Legal Frameworks, Open Project Frameworks, Differences)
  273. Distinguish Business Exceptions from Technical
  274. Do Lots of Deliberate Practice
  275. Do More in SQL, Less in Procedural Code
  276. Do not compromise on COMMUNICATION channels while managing distributed projects
  277. Do not fall into the "Not Invented Here" syndrome
  278. Document Your Process, Then Make Sure It Is Followed
  279. Documents as a Means, Not an End
  280. Domain-Specific Languages
  281. Don't Always Be The Messenger
  282. Don't Be Cute with Your Test Data
  283. Don't Ignore that Error!
  284. Don't Just Learn the Language, Understand its Culture
  285. Don't Nail Your Program into the Upright Position
  286. Don't Rely on "Magic Happens Here"
  287. Don't Touch that Code!
  288. Don't blame the compiler
  289. Don't reinvent the wheel
  290. Don't settle for Mediocre
  291. Don't skip vacations for the sake of the project
  292. Don't throw spreadsheets at people issues
  293. Donald J. Bales
  294. Doug Schuler
  295. Dr. Paul Giammalvo, CDT, CCE, MScPM
  296. Duplicate to decouple
  297. Ed Bender
  298. Edit Early, Edit Often
  299. Editing Policy
  300. Edward Garson
  301. Effective Manage the Deliverables
  302. Efficient levelling
  303. Einar Landre
  304. Ellen Miller
  305. Empowering Developers or a story of a man named Tim
  306. Encapsulate Behavior, not Just State
  307. Endy
  308. Engage stakeholders all through Project Life
  309. Enterprise
  310. Erik Doernenburg
  311. Erik Hatcher
  312. Ernani Marques,PMP
  313. Ernani Marques, MBA, PMP
  314. Ernani Marques, MBA, PMP, PgMP
  315. Essential CVS
  316. Essential CVS//CVS Quick Reference
  317. Essential CVS//Colophon
  318. Essential CVS//Preface
  319. Essential CVS/Appendixes
  320. Essential CVS/Appendixes/Administrator's Tools
  321. Essential CVS/Appendixes/Appendixes
  322. Essential CVS/Appendixes/Clients and Operating Systems
  323. Essential CVS/CVS Administration
  324. Essential CVS/CVS Administration/CVS Administration
  325. Essential CVS/CVS Administration/Project Management
  326. Essential CVS/CVS Administration/Remote Repositories
  327. Essential CVS/CVS Administration/Repository Management
  328. Essential CVS/CVS Administration/Troubleshooting
  329. Essential CVS/CVS Quick Reference
  330. Essential CVS/Colophon
  331. Essential CVS/Introduction
  332. Essential CVS/Introduction/CVS Quickstart Guide
  333. Essential CVS/Introduction/Introduction
  334. Essential CVS/Introduction/What Is CVS?
  335. Essential CVS/Preface
  336. Essential CVS/Reference
  337. Essential CVS/Reference/Command Reference
  338. Essential CVS/Reference/Miscellaneous Topics Reference
  339. Essential CVS/Reference/Reference
  340. Essential CVS/Using CVS
  341. Essential CVS/Using CVS/Basic Use of CVS
  342. Essential CVS/Using CVS/Multiple Users
  343. Essential CVS/Using CVS/Tagging and Branching
  344. Essential CVS/Using CVS/Using CVS
  345. Establish Project Management Governance
  346. Estimate, estimate, estimate!
  347. Evan Cofsky
  348. Every project manager is a contract administrator
  349. Example axiom title
  350. Expect the Unexpected
  351. Fabio Teixeira de Melo
  352. Fabio Teixeira de Melo, PMP
  353. Favor the Now over the Soon
  354. Favor the Simple over the Complex
  355. First Aid
  356. Fix the Broken Window
  357. Flay
  358. Floating-point Numbers Aren't Real
  359. FooCamp
  360. Foo East
  361. Fragmentation
  362. Fragmentation/Compatibility
  363. From Requirements to Tables to Code and Tests
  364. Fulfill Your Ambitions with Open Source
  365. Game tip wow gold making
  366. Gary Bass
  367. Gathering Skills
  368. Gaurav Mishra
  369. General Notes for AO
  370. Gennady Mironoff
  371. George Brooke
  372. Gerard Meszaros
  373. Get Users Involved As Early As Possible
  374. Get users involved as early as possible
  375. Giles Colborne
  376. Giovanni Asproni
  377. Go ahead, throw that practice out
  378. Greasemonkey Hacks
  379. Greasemonkey Hacks/Accessibility
  380. Greasemonkey Hacks/Beautifying the Web
  381. Greasemonkey Hacks/Colophon
  382. Greasemonkey Hacks/Credits
  383. Greasemonkey Hacks/Developer Tools
  384. Greasemonkey Hacks/Foreword
  385. Greasemonkey Hacks/Getting Started
  386. Greasemonkey Hacks/Linkmania!
  387. Greasemonkey Hacks/Preface
  388. Greasemonkey Hacks/Search
  389. Greasemonkey Hacks/Site Integration
  390. Greasemonkey Hacks/Syndication
  391. Greasemonkey Hacks/Taking Back the Browser
  392. Greasemonkey Hacks/Those Not Included in This Classification
  393. Greasemonkey Hacks/Web Forms
  394. Greasemonkey Hacks/Web Mail
  395. Greg Colvin
  396. HF App Development with Javascript
  397. HF HTML5 - TwitShirt
  398. HF HTML 5
  399. HF Objective C
  400. Hands on in All Phases
  401. Hard Work Does not Pay off
  402. Harry Tucker
  403. Head First Design Patterns 2/e
  404. Head First HTML 2/e
  405. Heinz Kabutz
  406. High Availability and Scale Out
  407. How Do You Define "Finished"?
  408. How To Get Free Gold In World Of Warcraft
  409. How To Kill Morale
  410. How To Spot A Good IT Developer
  411. How to Access Patterns
  412. How to Get Started
  413. How to Quickly Create a Star Schema Database
  414. Howard Dierking
  415. Hunter
  416. Hypochondria
  417. IT Program Management: Shared Vision
  418. Iliinsky
  419. Immortality of scope changes
  420. Implicit Dependencies Are also Dependencies
  421. Important Not Urgent
  422. Improve Code by Removing It
  423. Improved Testability Leads to Better Design
  424. Increase Communication by Having Fewer Meetings
  425. Integrate Early and Often
  426. Inter-Process Communication Affects Application Response Time
  427. Interfaces Should Reveal Intention
  428. International
  429. Introduce A More Agile Communication System
  430. It's the people, stupid
  431. JabAppendix A
  432. JabAppendix B
  433. JabChapter 1
  434. JabChapter 10
  435. JabChapter 2
  436. JabChapter 3
  437. JabChapter 4
  438. JabChapter 5
  439. JabChapter 6
  440. JabChapter 7
  441. JabChapter 8
  442. JabChapter 9
  443. JabColophon
  444. JabPreface
  445. Jabber
  446. James Graham, PMP
  447. James Leigh
  448. Jared Richardson
  449. Jason P Sage
  450. Jean
  451. Jeff Jonas
  452. Jeremy Meyer
  453. Jerry Brito
  454. Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona
  455. Joe Blow
  456. Joe Zenevitch
  457. Johannes Brodwall
  458. John Doe
  459. Jon Doe
  460. Jon Jagger
  461. Jorge Gelabert, PMP
  462. Josh Tauberer
  463. Julie Steele
  464. Junk
  465. Kaliya
  466. Karen Gillison
  467. Karen Rzepecki
  468. Karl
  469. Kathy MacDougall
  470. Keep It Simple Simon
  471. Keep Your Perspective
  472. Keep the Build Clean
  473. Keith Braithwaite
  474. Ken Sipe
  475. Kevin G. Boles
  476. Kevlin Henney
  477. Kill Everything!
  478. Kim Heldman, PMP
  479. Kim MacCormack
  480. Kirk Pepperdine
  481. Klaus Marquardt
  482. Know How to Read an ER Model
  483. Know Well More than Two Programming Languages
  484. Know When to use Transactions
  485. Know Your IDE
  486. Know Your Integration Points
  487. Know Your Limits
  488. Know Your Next Commit
  489. Krishna Kadali
  490. Larry Rockoff
  491. Learn
  492. Learn Foreign Languages
  493. Learn reading and judging code, especially your own
  494. Learn to Estimate
  495. Learn to Think Like a Tester

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