Copyright law may aid open source in Ghana

Copyright law may aid open source in Ghana

Open source advocates in Ghana are taking advantage of a copyright bill being considered in the country's parliament to push...

January 30th, 2003 John Yarney

Microsoft brings Visual Studio to Office 11

Microsoft brings Visual Studio to Office 11

Trying to bolster developer support for its upcoming Office 11 applications suite, Microsoft Corp. on Monday announced a new set...

December 8th, 2002 Ed Scannell

Offshoring doesn

Offshoring doesn

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

October 17th, 2002 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

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

The IT rust belt

The IT rust belt

Of all the requests for advice I receive, the hardest come either from college graduates and career changers wanting to...

August 8th, 2002 Bob Lewis Guest Column

BEA chief positions new tools as a radical shift

BEA chief positions new tools as a radical shift

The head of BEA Systems Inc. recently offered the first public glimpse of WebLogic Workshop, a new development framework intended...

March 7th, 2002 James Niccolai

Borland to kick off C++ for Linux strategy

Borland to kick off C++ for Linux strategy

Borland Software Corp. will further its open-source strategy next Tuesday when it details plans for C++ on Linux at the...

January 24th, 2002 Tom Sullivan

Education the tip of the iceberg

Education the tip of the iceberg

I was very interested in Tom Keenan's article "IT isn't the choice of many students" in the July 27 issue...

September 20th, 2001 No Author