Monthly Archives: September 2007

Future of Web 2.0

The Futurist has an interesting post that surmises that human laziness is the bane of social networking (in it’s various forms), – the hallmark of “Web 2.0”. I’m not so sure that I completely agree with this in that I … Continue reading

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The Art (or Science?) of Estimation

Recently, I’ve come across the articles “Estimate Individually – Fail Globally” and “The Art and War of Estimating and Scheduling Software”.  Coincidentally, I also happened to read Steve McConnell’s book “Software Estimation: Demystifying the Black Art” which I feel is … Continue reading

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Golden Eaglets Soar

Nigeria’s U17 team aka the Golden Eaglets, recently won the Fifa U17 World Cup held in South Korea. Interestingly enough, this is the third time that Nigeria has won this tournament and every tournament win has been in Asia. I … Continue reading

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Code Or Contract? It’s All In The Mind

“Code First” Web Services Reconsidered is an article out on InfoQ and there have been different responses and comments about it. First, a disclaimer – I am not a fan of WSDL because of its focus on “operations”, give me … Continue reading

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