Microsoft Program Management for Dummies

At one time program management (PM) at Microsoft may have been a completely unique discipline (some say it was even invented by Microsoft), but enough technology firms have now integrated the PM function into their own organizations...

Social networking: too much of a good thing

The potential of social networking web sites is truly awesome. Venues such as Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter (and dozens more), allow us to connect with, and form, social units for all manner of activities. Keeping in touch with...

Multi-core CPUs: the end of Moore’s law

While [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore%27s_law/]Moore’s law[/url] may still be technically valid, for all intents and purposes it is no longer true. Yes, the number of transistors which can be inexpensively placed on a chip...

Windows 7: the grown-up Vista

Windows 7 is winning the hearts of early users and testers alike, despite the fact that it is largely just a tuned up edition of Vista. Ironically, it's this very lack of change that seems to be what users seem to like most about...

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