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Tuesday, February 23, 2016
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Breezing Devops on Bluemix

Bluemix is designed and build ground up taking care of Devops (the way to go for today's development). It has very minimal task for the developer. As a developer, I remember the pain of going to a continuous integration system 10 years ago. It took so much of effort to convince the operations and in... [More]

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Monday, February 8, 2016
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Bluemix: The killer Blue!

IBM is bit new into the Cloud Based PaaS market, but came loaded with arsenals to make the competition blue! No wonder that market statistics is showing people moving from AWS and Azure to BlueMix.The base reason could be the simplicity and presentation. Let us look at few features I found to be so ... [More]

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Thursday, August 7, 2014
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SharePoint App on SP2010

Almost everyone is waiting for SharePoint Apps that will be a reality with SP2013.However we started on SharePoint app on SP2010 itself. Hold on! Its not exactly what App will be on SP2013 but presents the same concept and that can be implemented on SP2010.The core pieces-HTML (prefer some SPA frame... [More]

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012
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Integrating IBM-Jazz: Some Pain Some Gain

Certain issues brings in a whole lot of frustration to the developers while integrating different products from different vendors. However it is generally expected that different vendors might implement different standards for certain thing. But one issue really gave me a good point to think about. ... [More]

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Thursday, May 24, 2012
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Integrating IBM-Jazz: oAuth for OSLC API

IBM has jazzed up their products and Jazz is the way to go. They are doing one good thing about integration, moving from traditional inconsistent API for different products to a consistent standard based API. And the standard is OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration).But for .NET people, s... [More]

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Saturday, October 23, 2010
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Importance of Up-Front Design or formal design discipline

Design-before-you-code is a school of thought that believes that what code is to be done (or what classes to be made and how they will interact) should be thought of and documented, reviewed looking at alternatives and also checking for the necessary and sufficient condition of fulfilling the need w... [More]

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Goal Management -Goal partitioning for Construction phase

This is the third part in continuation to my earlier post Goal Management - Goal Management - Goal partitioning for Elaboration phase The goals that are set in the construction pahse is looking at the business goal of delivering some usable system to the end user or consumer. The goals in this ... [More]

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Wednesday, April 7, 2010
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Goal Management - Goal partitioning for Elaboration phase

This is the second part in continuation to my earlier post Goal Management - Goal partitioning for Inception phase While the team identifies requirements in the inception phase and also find out the business risk of the project during the same, the elaboration phase is the time when the techn... [More]

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Tuesday, February 23, 2010
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Goal Management - Goal partitioning for Inception phase

Goal Management in iterative development process is a multi step process. Starting from partitioning the goals into phases and then from phases to iterations is a critical process. Goal partitioning into phases: The phases are Inception, Elaboration, Construction and Transition. Now how to par... [More]

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Thursday, January 28, 2010
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Enabling mobility for enterprise application

Almost all enterprises have a physical boundary and some tangible shape for its service boundary. The enterprise do all the talkings with the market/consumers/customers staying within its peripheri. Only few enterprises like mobile or wireless phone has been able to assume the shape of an amoeba - k... [More]