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Relational databases are not all relative

Relational databases are not all relative

09/06/2007

There's no better way to launch a new blog than to declare someone or something irrelevant, dead, or at least dying. Such

Survivor: Dave’s Place

Survivor: Dave’s Place

Out of the blue last week, a parcel arrived bearing Corsair's Flash Survivor, a ruggedized 8G USB key in a...

September 6th, 2007 Dave Webb
Two trends, one irony

Two trends, one irony

Was talking with Teresa Rose yesterday, a prof at Waterloo, about the topic of change management. One theme that emerged...

September 6th, 2007 Greg Enright
The reverse wedge: Not an esoteric football formation

The reverse wedge: Not an esoteric football formation

By: Sandford BorinsReligion is the third rail of Ontario politics, and the PC Party's proposal to support all faith-based schools...

September 5th, 2007 ARNAB TAGORE
Those in the field don’t want to hear about a skills shortage

Those in the field don’t want to hear about a skills shortage

Mari-Len wrote a story in the latest CWC about labour issues affecting the IT market, but not in the usual...

September 5th, 2007 Shane Schick
Palm folds the Foleo

Palm folds the Foleo

Yowsa! Now I feel like an idiot for running a detailed look at Palm's handheld "companion" device, following a post...

September 5th, 2007 Shane Schick
Full Time Versus Contract

Full Time Versus Contract

With the tightening labour market I am already seeing a shift in the number of job seekers now looking for...

September 4th, 2007 Terri Joosten
Why it makes sense to wait for Vista SP1

Why it makes sense to wait for Vista SP1

By Joaquim P. Menezes - A lot of silly speculation surrounding the release of the first service pack for Windows...

September 4th, 2007 Joaquim Menezes
The Rising Tide of Ink

The Rising Tide of Ink

by Bradley Hughes, Senior Analyst, IDC Canada...

August 31st, 2007 Brad Hughes
Exposing users’ data: The tough love approach to security

Exposing users’ data: The tough love approach to security

So our colleagues at Compter Sweden are calling a "freelance security consultant" somehow finds user names and passwords for 100...

August 31st, 2007 Shane Schick