Articles By Poonam Khanna

Developers will survive

Developers will survive

Programming has traditionally been considered a fairly lucrative career, at least in North America. Skilled developers were once in high...

September 19th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
Businesses adapt to large suites

Businesses adapt to large suites

When it came time for Montage.DMC to implement its new business suite, it decided that the best way to take...

September 19th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
Documentation a necessary pain

Documentation a necessary pain

The days of the waterfall development model and the telephone-book sized documentation that went with it are, for the most...

September 5th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
Linux finds new Unix friends

Linux finds new Unix friends

Linux may help Unix vendors reclaim some of the space that Microsoft Corp. was encroaching upon, according to one analyst.Vendors...

September 5th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
The RISCs of adopting Itanium

The RISCs of adopting Itanium

Build it and they will come, the saying goes. But in the world of IT, saying, "build a couple of...

August 22nd, 2002 Poonam Khanna
WSDL eliminates need for human intervention

WSDL eliminates need for human intervention

Staying true to its name, the Web services description language describes the Web services that are being offered by a...

August 22nd, 2002 Poonam Khanna
Long hours, bad positioning leads to carpal tunnel

Long hours, bad positioning leads to carpal tunnel

Alain D...

August 8th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
A place of its own

A place of its own

It was going to be the next big thing and its promise seemed boundless. A few years ago, Bluetooth was...

July 25th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
IT managers need grounding in business

IT managers need grounding in business

Employees don't leave their organzations, they leave their managers. At least that's what Andre Mamprin believes. He's the director of...

July 11th, 2002 Poonam Khanna
Oracle faces tough sell

Oracle faces tough sell

Oracle Corp. says it wants companies to outsource their entire IT departments to it so that those companies can better...

June 13th, 2002 Poonam Khanna