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The BlogNotions Developers Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the software development industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest technological advances and platforms, discussions of various problems and solutions, best practices to managing projects, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Product Backlog Refinement (Grooming)

The following was originally published in Mike Cohn’s monthly newsletter. If you like what you’re reading, sign up to have this content delivered to your inbox weeks before it’s posted on the blog, here. Product backlog refinement—sometimes called product backlog grooming in reference to keeping the backlog clean and orderly—is a meeting that is held […]

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Geek Reading May 26, 2015

Venture Beat leads off today reporting on the announcement that Charter Communications will acquire Time Warner Cable. There is a much greater likelihood that this deal works compared to the Comcast deal. FastML talks about real-time interactive movie recommendations. On Flowing Data, they point us to a fascinating interactive graph where you can look at […]

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Intel Introduces Braswell NUCs with Celeron N3050 and Pentium N3700 Processors

Home > Hardware, Intel Celeron, Intel Pentium, Linux, Windows 8 > Intel Introduces Braswell NUCs with Celeron N3050 and Pentium N3700 Processors Intel Introduces Braswell NUCs with Celeron N3050 and Pentium N3700 Processors May 26th, 2015 cnxsoft Leave a comment Go to comments Tweet Intel has already announced several Braswell processors as successors for Bay […]

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Geek Reading May 25, 2015

There were a lot of development articles over the weekend. On Building Real Software, they talk about application security and the gaps between builders and defenders. Edmund Kirwan shows us a structural package analysis of Apache Lucene over the years. As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites. Startups, […]

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Geek Reading May 22, 2015

Today we focus on startups and your career. First, on Both Sides of the Table they discuss the best way to explain your startup. Does your startup have a story or a good narrative? Next, Seth Godin talks about continuous learning in your field. Do you know who you should be following or reading in […]

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Geek Reading May 21, 2015

Leading today’s stories is a Logjam. The Next Web reports on a new bug found in SSL called Logjam. Yahoo Labs open-sourced EGADS, a scalable, configurable and novel anomaly detection system. On High Scalability, we have a very good article about scaling demanding queries, high velocity data modifications and fast indexing. There is a lot […]

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