Articles tagged AWS

22 February 2016
22 February 2016

Siebel CRM Part 2: Initial Upgrade and Setup of an Amazon Instance

A Siebel CRM upgrade project typically consists of numerous iterations even before the actual development and bug fixes take effect. It is wise to follow the age old adage “measure twice, cut once”. It makes practical sense not to upgrade the development instance until the upgrade team is absolutely sure of the upgrade process itself, since there will be slight… Read more
17 May 2013
17 May 2013

Some “Laws” of Software Development

Despite all the advances in software tools, there seem to be several enduring truths about software development. By understaning these 'laws', Ziv's law, Humphrey's Law and Conway's Law, for example, you can remove some of the mystery of the process. Al Noel discusses these and other laws that seem to apply generally to the art of programming.… Read more
14 January 2010
14 January 2010

Social Networking at Professional Events

Dr. Masha Petrova compresses, into a small space, much good advice on networking with other professional people. She draws from her own experience as a technical expert to provide a detailed checklist of things you should and shouldn't do at conferences or tradeshows to be a successful 'networker'. As usual, she delivers sage advice with a dash of humour.… Read more