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Sensibles of Software Engineering, 1 and 2
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Sensibles of Software Engineering, 1 and 2

Common-sense rules, which projects violate again and again.

The Perils of 'Stay In Your Lane'
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The Perils of 'Stay In Your Lane'

That phrase translates roughly to "do your job and let others do theirs," but in our division, it was intended to stifle troublesome question-asking.

How to Ace IT Product Localization: The 101 Guide
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How to Ace IT Product Localization: The 101 Guide

Unlock global success with IT product localization. Discover how you can expand your reach and boost customer satisfaction through effective localization strategies...

The Confounding Saga of Java Web Application Development
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The Confounding Saga of Java Web Application Development

Something that has long frustrated me with the Java ecosystem was the number of Web application frameworks. 

How Soon Will AI Start Firing Programmers?
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How Soon Will AI Start Firing Programmers?

Robots will likely revolutionize software engineering ranging from code reviews and bug fixing to automated refactoring, backlog prioritization, and employee appraisals...

Machine Learning: the Road to Artificial Intelligence?
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Machine Learning: the Road to Artificial Intelligence?

In the mid-1990s, data-driven, statistical, and empirical methods have taken the field of artificial intelligence (AI) by storm. In the last two decades, machine...

Automated Tests Are the Safety Net
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Automated Tests Are the Safety Net

Automated testing in software development significantly diminishes routine work and saves time, allowing programmers to work more effectively.

Lessons from PL/I:  A Most Ambitious Programming Language
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Lessons from PL/I: A Most Ambitious Programming Language

PL/I stands for Programming Language 1, and its aim was to be the Highlander of programming languages. 
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